Edward Garcia, AuD is an Assistant Professor in the Speech-Language Pathology department at California State University, Long Beach. Dr. Garcia is an Audiologist who has been teaching audiology-related courses at CSULB since 2001. His area of specialty is diagnostic audiological and providing services to linguistically diverse clients of all ages. His current interests include investigating the link between untreated hearing loss and Alzheimer’s and cognitive decline, hearing loss related social isolation, and hearing health disparities in the Latinx populations. He is a bilingual, licensed audiologist and has been in private practice for over 28 years with a Doctorate in Audiology from University of Florida, Gainesville.
- Au.D. in Audiology, University of Florida, Gainesville
- M.A. in Communicative Disorders, California State University, Long Beach
- B.A. in Communicative Disorders, California State University, Long Beach
Professional Areas of Expertise
- Cognitive Decline and Hearing Loss
- Hearing Health Disparities in the Latinx and Minority Populations
- Age-Related Hearing Loss
Courses Often Taught
- SLP 261 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing Mechanism
- SLP 330 Speech and Hearing Sciences
- SLP 373 Audiology I
- SLP 440 Aural Rehabilitation
- Mild Untreated Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline
- Triage Protocols for Idiopathic Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Manly, R. and Garcia, E. (2016). Can Earbuds Lead to Hearing Loss? Insider CSULB.