George S. Osborne College of Audiology

Australia 2014 Workshops

Distinguished Faculty

James W. Hall III, PhD is an internationally recognized audiologist with 40-years of clinical, teaching, research, and administrative experience. He received a bachelor’s degree in biology from American International College, a master’s degree in speech pathology from Northwestern University and a PhD in audiology from Baylor College of Medicine under the direction of James Jerger.

During his career, Dr. Hall has held clinical and academic audiology positions at major medical centers including the University of Pennsylvania, University of Texas Medical School-Houston, Vanderbilt University, and the University of Florida. He currently holds academic appointments as an adjunct faculty member at Salus University Osborne College of Audiology in Elkins Park Pennsylvania and extraordinary professor in the Department of Communication Pathology at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. He is also president of James W. Hall III Audiology Consulting LLC.

A founder of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA), Dr. Hall is the recipient of dozens of honors and awards including, most recently, the AAA Distinguished Career Award and Presidential Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Profession. His major clinical and research interests are clinical electrophysiology, auditory processing disorders, tinnitus, disorders of loudness tolerance, and audiology applications of tele-health. A frequently invited speaker in the US and throughout the world, Dr. Hall is the author of more than 150 peer-reviewed journal articles, monographs, and book chapters. He has also authored or co-authored eight textbooks including the Handbook of Auditory Evoked Responses, the Handbook of Otoacoustic Emissions, the New Handbook of Auditory Evoked Responses, Audiologists’ Desk Reference (Volumes I and II), Objective Assessment of Hearing, and Otoacoustic Emissions: Principles, Procedures & Protocols, and in 2014 Introduction to Audiology Today.

Jamie M. Bogle, AuD, PhD is an assistant professor and clinical audiologist within the Division of Audiology at Mayo Clinic Arizona, located in Phoenix.

Dr. Bogle’s primary role is to work within an interdisciplinary team to evaluate and rehabilitate children and adults with sports-related traumatic brain injury.  Dr. Bogle completed her clinical training (2007) and research training (2010) at the University of Colorado at Boulder.  She completed a research fellowship at Gallaudet University, as well as a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at Mayo Clinic Florida. 

Dr. Bogle’s research centers on developing sensitive and objective tests or traumatic brain injury-related vestibular disorders within the clinical setting, as well as sports-related concussion sideline screenings.  Additional areas of interest include improving diagnostic sensitivity for patients with vestibular migraine and exploring pediatric vestibular diagnostic techniques.