Instructor, College Of Medicine Pediatrics
Instructor, Non Usf Health
Director, Newborn Hearing Screening Program, Pediatrics, USF, Tampa General Hospital
- Graduate, University of South Florida, 1987
Janet E. Sullivan, AuD, M.S., CCC-A received her doctoral degree in Audiology from the University of South Florida. She has been Director of the Newborn Hearing Screening Program at Tampa General Hospital since 1983.
Dr Sullivan’s research interests are neonatal neurophysiology, normal and abnormal auditory development in infants and dietary and environmental effects on development of the brainstem auditory pathway in humans and rats.
Dr Sullivan participates in newborn screening policy making at the State level.
1. Stockard JE, Werner S and Bickford RG. Atlas of Neonatal Electroencephalography, Raven Press, New York, 1992.
2. Stockard JE Auditory development and hearing evaluation in children. Advances in Pediatrics 48:273-299, 2001.
3. Stockard-Sulllivan JE, Korsak RA, Webber DS, Edmond J. Mild carbon monoxide exposure and auditory function in the developing rat. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 74 (5): 654-664, 2003.
4. Auestad N, Stockard-Sullivan JE, Innis SM, Korsak R, Edmond J. Auditory brainstem evoked response in juvenile rats fed rat milk formulas with high docosahexaenoic acid. Nutritional Neuroscience, 6 (6): 335-341, 2003.
5. Stockard JE, Saste MD, Benford VJ, Barness L, Auestad N, Carver J. Effect of docosahexaenoic acid content of maternal diet on auditory brainstem conduction times in rat pups. Devel Neurosci 22:494-499, 2000.
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- Newborn hearing screening; Auditory brainstem responses in infants; Diagnosis of hearing loss in infants
- American Speech and Hearing Association (Certification, Audiology, 1987 -