Dr. Marcia Dewey
Dr. Marcia Dewey obtained her BA in Audiology from Michigan State University, her MA in Audiology from Western Michigan University and her doctorate in audiology from Salus University. She worked at the Constance Brown Hearing Centers in Kalamazoo, Michigan for five years after completing her fellowship year there. This was a nonprofit clinic serving newborns to geriatrics. She interned at the VA Center in Battle Creek, MI. Dr. Dewey has worked at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) off-campus clinic.
She has been at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin since 2007 providing diagnostic and rehabilitation services and specializing in tinnitus. She received training on Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT) directly from its developer, Dr. Pawel Jastreboff. Dr. Dewey has presented on tinnitus at the local, state and national levels. She has also presented community talks on tinnitus and taught an ad-hoc graduate course in audiology at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is also working in areas of research with tinnitus patients. She is team leader of the Tinnitus & Hyperacusis Program at the Koss Hearing and Balance Center since 2011. She is also the coordinator for the Koss Hearing and Balance Center Audiology service since 2013.
Dr. Dewey’s experiences have included newborn hearing screening, diagnostic hearing evaluations on infants and young children, specialized evoked potential testing to determine degree of hearing loss and pathologies of the auditory system, and dispensing of hearing aids to children, adults, and residents in care facilities/nursing homes.