Dr. Sridhar Krishnamurti is Professor of Audiology in the Department of Communication Disorder and also serves as Au.D program coordinator. Prior to his appointment as assistant professor at Auburn in 1996, Sridhar Krishnamurti completed a clinical fellowship in audiology at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary at Harvard Medical School. He currently serves on the research grants review panel for the Alzheimer’s Association and is also on the review board of several agencies and journals including Ear and Hearing, American Journal of Public Health, and Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. Dr. Krishnamurti has authored and co-authored journal articles and book chapters that cover the areas of electrophysiology, aging, hearing conservation, auditory processing disorders, and hearing aids.
Sridhar’s awards include the 1999 New Investigator Research Award from the American Academy of Audiology, the 2011 Auburn University Alumni Undergraduate Teaching Excellence, and the 2012 Auburn University Faculty Research award. Dr. Krishnamurti has served as the past-continuing education administrator for Audiology Special Interest Divisions 6-9 and a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. He says his favorite faculty experiences at Auburn University have been in the mentoring of undergraduate and graduate students in their research projects each year. Dr. Krishnamurti, who grew up in New Delhi, India, is a passionate cricket fan but has switched his passionate loyalties to Auburn football. He says his favorite thing is being an Auburn football fan at Jordan-Hare Stadium and yelling "Let's go defense!"
Electrophysiology; Hearing Aids; Hearing Conservation; Central Auditory Processing
Grant Funded Research
Books and Book chapters
Processing Disorders: From Science to Practice. Plural Publishing, First edition, 2007
Last Updated: May 05, 2020