François Prévost, Ph.D.

Dr. Prévost completed a Ph.D. in neuropsychology at University of Montreal and a clinical degree in audiology at University of Ottawa. His research focuses on the neurophysiological correlates of speech-in-noise perception. He also investigates the brain plasticity and listening effort in hearing aid, bone-anchored hearing implant and cochlear implant users. Research tools include cortical evoked potentials, auditory brainstem responses, intra-cranial recordings and pupillometry. Sites of clinical practice are the McGill University Health Centre and ODYO Hearing Care, with growing expertise in clinical electrophysiology, hearing aids, implantable hearing devices and tinnitus management. After having taught clinical audiology abroad, he is now a lecturer at the École d’orthophonie et d’audiologie de l’Université de Montréal.


icon Affiliation: Audiologist, McGill University Health Centre (MUHC)

icon University: McGill University

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