Iris Langman, MSPA, CCC-A, is a clinical audiologist at Northwest Otolaryngology.
Iris has a diverse and extensive background in all areas and settings of audiology ranging from public health to industrial hearing conservation and OSHA regulation compliance. She enjoys working with cochlear-implanted-patients to improve their quality of life by providing them with the ability to hear. She also enjoys assessing patients who have suffered hearing loss due to head trauma and noise trauma and to assess their degree of disability and making appropriate recommendations for rehabilitation.
Iris received her medical education at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. In addition to general audiology, she is an expert in medical legal/forensic audiology and cochlear implants. She is a fellow of the American Academy Of Audiology and holds a certificate of clinical competency from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association.
In her free time, Iris enjoys running, cycling and travel.
Education and Training
Drexel University College of Medicine
Medical education, 1980
University of Maryland
Medical education, 1977
Audiology, 1982, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association