Qing Yue, associate professor of audiology

Qing Yue, associate professor of audiology

Qing Yue

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B.S., Medicine, 1984, Beijing Second Medical College, China
M.S., Neuroscience, 1989, Capital Institute of Medicine, China
Ph.D., Molecular and Medical Pharmacology, 2005, University of California, Los Angeles

Dr. Yue is an associate professor in the department of audiology and speech pathology, Bloomsburg University and serving as a clinical neurophysiologist at Bloomsburg Hospital. He teaches intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring courses with the emphasis on multimodality (evoked potentials, electroencephalography, electromyography, transcranial Doppler) approaches for cerebral, spine, peripheral nerve, and vascular surgeries.

Yue’s clinical and research interests include intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring, clinical neurophysiology, neuro-otology, disorders of the nervous system, biochemical basis of neuropharmacology, developmental cell biology, and molecular genetic base of neurological disorders. He has published papers and book chapters on the topic of neuro-otology, molecular and medical genetics, and developmental neurobiology.