Mohsin A. Shaikh, Ph.D., CCC-A


Bloomsburg University Employee
Department Chair and Program Director

Ph.D., Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

M.A.S.L.P., Speech and Hearing Sciences, 2009, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences

B.S., Hearing Language and Speech, 2007, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences

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Mohsin Ahmed Shaikh is an associate professor of audiology in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. He currently teaches audiology courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Dr. Shaikh is the Program Director for both audiology and speech-language pathology graduate programs. His research interests include central auditory processing disorders, psychoacoustics and hearing aids. Prior to his arrival at Bloomsburg University, he worked at the University of Hawaii as an assistant professor of audiology. Dr. Shaikh is the primary investigator on a project funded by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Faculty Professional Development Council which examines auditory processing abilities in children with language impairment.