Richard Angelo, associate dean of health sciences, clinical director
Ed.D., Central Auditory Processing, Lehigh University
Ph.D., Neurophysiology/Electrophysiology, University of Pittsburgh
Richard Angelo, Ph.D. is the associate dean of health sciences. He has taught courses in intraoperative monitoring and electrophysiology. His clinical interests include intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring and clinical neurophysiology for the removal of large cerebellopontine angle tumors and skull base tumors.
His basic research interests are in the use of pseudorandom noise and amplitude modulated continuous tones in the study of the auditory system. Angelo has held appointments at the University of Pittsburgh in the School of Medicine Department of Neurosurgery and at the Presbyterian University Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. He is also program coordinator for the doctorate of audiology graduate program.