Meghan Spriggs

Title(s)Assistant Clinical Professor, Surgery
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    Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, St. Louis, MODoctor of Audiology
    Kansas State University, Manhattan, KSB.S.Communication Sciences & Disorders (Major), Music (minor)

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    Meghan K. Spriggs, AuD, is a certified audiologist who cares for adults with hearing loss and ear disorders, including sensorineural, mixed and conductive hearing loss, tinnitus, presbycusis, otosclerosis, noise-induced hearing loss, and congenital and acquired hearing loss. Her primary area of interest and expertise is in implantable hearing technologies, including cochlear implantation and osseointegrated hearing implants. Additionally, she sees patients for audiometric evaluation, tympanometry, otoacoustic emissions, speech perception assessment, hearing aid evaluation and fitting, and aural rehabilitation and counseling regarding communication strategies and use of hearing assistive technology.

    As a faculty member of the UCSD/SDSU joint doctoral program in audiology, Dr. Spriggs teaches graduate-level courses to second-year audiology students in temporal bone anatomy and neurophysiology, aural rehabilitation, and cochlear implants and other implantable hearing devices. She has been invited to present at regional conferences on implantable hearing technology, cochlear implant candidacy and outcomes, and amplification options for single-sided deafness, conductive or mixed hearing loss.

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    1. Lee J, Leichtle A, Zuckerman E, Pak K, Spriggs M, Wasserman SI, Kurabi A. NOD1/NOD2-mediated recognition of non-typeable Haemophilus influenzae activates innate immunity during otitis media. Innate Immun. 2019 Aug 31; 1753425919872266. PMID: 31474163.
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    2. Alvarado DM, Hawkins RD, Bashiardes S, Veile RA, Ku YC, Powder KE, Spriggs MK, Speck JD, Warchol ME, Lovett M. An RNA interference-based screen of transcription factor genes identifies pathways necessary for sensory regeneration in the avian inner ear. J Neurosci. 2011 Mar 23; 31(12):4535-43. PMID: 21430154.
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