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Northwestern School of Communication

Elizabeth Meyer

Assistant Clinical Professor
Dr. Liz T. Meyer is an Assistant Clinical Professor the Northwestern University Center for Audiology and Speech Language Learning who diagnoses and treats communication impairments from hearing loss. She specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of tinnitus. Her goal is to help others improve their lives through better communication. She created a virtual seminar series for those interested in learning more about hearing treatment, advocate for someone with hearing loss and/or tinnitus and prevent noise induced hearing loss. She is currently on a longitudinal research project at Northwestern (P-Chat) researching alternative delivery models for the treatment of hearing loss.

Area(s) of Expertise

Communication Skills, Hearing, Hearing Loss Prevention-Treatment, Tinnitus
Elizabeth Meyer

Dr. Liz T. Meyer's clinical interests are in diagnosing and treating adults with hearing impairment. She enjoys working with patients and helping them meet their communication goals. Dr. Meyeris active in community outreach and patient advocacy.


  • AuD, Northern Illinois University
  • BA, The University of Minnesota

Selected Publications

  • "Don’t choose between masks and hearing aids. Here’s how to comfortably wear both." Washington Post, Feb 19, 2021 
  • "Correlation of Hearing Loss and Chronic Falling Among Patients with Dementia in Three Memory Care CommunitiesCorrelation of Hearing Loss and Chronic Falling Among Patients with Dementia in Three Memory Care Communities," Annals of Long Term Care, Feb 1, 2018


  • Foundations in Clinical and Professional Practice
  • Clinical Practicum in Audiology
  • Virtual Seminar Series (Aural Rehabilitation)