My name is Lisia Rollman and I am currently a second-year doctoral audiology (AuD) student. I graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in May 2013 with a degree in Communicative Sciences and Disorders and a certificate in Education Policy Studies. I joined the Central Auditory Physiology lab during the summer of 2014 to begin my capstone research project. I will be working alongside Hui Hong and my research will focus on the development of phase-locking in avian auditory brainstem neurons. My professional interests include: electrophysiology, adult diagnostics, intraoperative monitoring, and implantable devices. I am also the chapter President for the Northwestern Student Academy of Audiology (SAA). In my spare time I enjoy baking, visiting national/state parks, watching Badger football, and playing with my cat, Olive.