My name is Paige Parker and I am currently a second-year doctoral audiology (AuD) student. I graduated from the The College of Wooster in May 2014 with a degree in Communicative Sciences and Disorders. I joined the Central Auditory Physiology lab during the summer of 2015 to begin my capstone research project. I will be working alongside Devan Keesling and our research will focus on the clinical use of neurodiagnostic auditory brainstem responses, specifically looking at a click versus a chirp stimulus. My professional interests include: pediatric audiologic assessment and treatment, patient’s health-related quality of life, electrophysiology, implantable devices, and aural rehabilitation. I am also the chapter Vice President for the Northwestern Student Academy of Audiology (SAA). I also enjoy beach volleyball, bike rides, and watching football when I can find some free time!