Sandra ClevelandAssociate Clinical Faculty Au.D. Graduate Program Director
- Department of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology
Office: 503 BK
Au.D., Pennsylvania College of Optometry, School of Audiology
M.Ed., Northeastern University
B.S., State University College of New York at Geneseo
American Speech-Language Hearing Association, CCC-A
Infant and child audiologic assessment
Functional hearing loss
Central auditory processing
Dr. Sandra Cleveland, audiologist is the Au.D. Graduate Program Director. She is a certified and licensed audiologist and a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Special interests include aural rehabilitation, hearing aids, pediatric audiology, and central auditory processing disorders. She provides clinical supervision and teaches a variety of courses, including Rehabilitative Audiology, Pediatric Audiology, Assessment and Management of Central Auditory Disorders, and Differential Diagnosis.
Prior to Northeastern, she was a clinical audiologist at Children's Hospital in Boston for 12 years and at UMass Medical Center in Worcester for 5 years. As a clinical audiologist, she provided diagnostic and rehabilitative services to infants, children, and adults.
Selected Publications and Presentations
Epstein, M., Marozeau, J., and Cleveland, S. (2010) “Listening Habits of iPod Users,” Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 53(6):1472-7.
Dahiya R, Cleveland S, Megerian C. (2000) Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita associated with conductive hearing loss. Ear, Nose, and Throat Journal, 79 (3), 178-182.
Radkowski D, Cleveland S, Friedman E. (1998). Childhood pseudohypacusis in patients with high risk for actual hearing loss. The Laryngoscope, 108: October 1998, 1534-1538.
Cleveland S. (1997). Central auditory processing disorder: when is evaluation referral indicated? In R.A. Barkley & Associates(Ed). The ADHD Report, 9-12. New York: Guilford Press.
Sundel R, Cleveland S, Beiser A, Newburger J, McGill T, Baker A, Koren G, Novak R, Harris J, and Burns J. (1992). Audiologic profiles of children with acute kawasaki disease. American Journal of Otology, 13(6), 512-515.
Sundel R, Newburger J, McGill T, Cleveland S, Miller W, Berry B, and Burns, J. (1990). Sensorineural hearing loss associated with kawasaki disease. Journal of Pediatrics, 117(3), 371-377.