Tina Grieco-Calub

Tina Grieco-Calub's research focuses on auditory development and language processing in young children, particularly those who use cochlear implants. Her work has received funding from the National Institute of Health, and her articles have appeared in journals such as Ear and Hearing, Journal of Neuroscience, and Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research. She has lectured widely across the country and is a long-standing member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association.


PhD Institute for Neuroscience, Northwestern University
MS Hearing and Speech Sciences, Vanderbilt University
BS Marywood College

Selected Publications

Grieco-Calub, T.M. and Litovsky, R.Y. (2012). Spatial acuity in two-to-three-year-old children with normal acoustic hearing, unilateral cochlear implants and bilateral cochlear implant. Ear and Hearing 33(5), 561-72.

Litovsky, R.Y., Goupell, M.J., Godar, S., Grieco-Calub, T., Jones, G.L., Garadat, S.N., Agrawal, S., Kan, A., Todd, A., Hess, C., and Misurelli, S. (2012). Studies on bilateral cochlear implants at the University of Wisconsin's Binaural Hearing and Speech Laboratory. J Am Acad Audiol. 23(6), 476-94.

Grieco-Calub, T.M. and Litovsky, R.Y. (2010). Sound localization skills in children who use bilateral cochlear implants and in children with normal acoustic hearing. Ear and Hearing 31(5), 645-656.

Grieco-Calub, T.M., Saffran, J.R. and Litovsky, R.Y. (2009). Spoken word recognition abilities in toddlers who use cochlearimplants. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 52(6), 1390-400.

Grieco-Calub, T.M., Litovsky, R.Y. and Werner, L.A. (2008). Using the observer-based psychophysical procedure to assess localization acuity in toddlers who use bilateral cochlear implants. Otol Neurotol. 29:235-239.


1R15DC011605 (PI: Olson, J.) 8/16/11 - 7/31/14
National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
Processing of Spoken Language in Young Children Who Use Cochlear Implants
Role: Principal Investigator, subcontract

Tina Grieco-Calub

Assistant Professor


Communication Sciences and Disorders


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