William Martin, PhD - Tinnitus Clinic
William Martin, MD is the Director of the OHSU Tinnitus Clinic. Dr. Martin is Professor of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery and Professor of Public Health & Preventive Medicine at the Oregon Health & Science University in Portland. He directs four programs within the Oregon Hearing Research Center: the OHSU Tinnitus Clinic, Tinnitus Research Program, Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring Services and the Dangerous Decibels® Noise Induced Hearing Loss and Tinnitus Prevention Program. Dr. Martin also serves as the Research Scientist in Residence at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
Dr. Martin's career in hearing began at the University of California, Irvine, where he worked closely with Dr. Arnold Starr, studying the development of the auditory system in premature infants. He received his doctorate in Speech and Hearing Sciences with an emphasis in auditory neurophysiology from the University of California, San Francisco under Drs. Don Jewett and Michael Merzenich and had a Post-doctoral Fellowship in neurophysiology at the Technion in Haifa, Israel under Dr. Hillel Pratt. Prior to coming to OHSU, he was the Director of Audiology & Neuromonitoring and the Garfield Auditory Research Laboratory at Temple University in Philadelphia for 12 years.
Baker Yong-bing Shi, MD, PhD - Tinnitus Clinic, OHRC
Yong-Bing "Baker" Shi, MD, PhD....Dr. Shi specializes in laryngeal EMG and Botox injections in the NW Center for Voice and Swallowing and works as part of the Tinnitus Clinic care team. He received his MD and PhD in China, was a Post-Doc Research Fellow at Temple University from 1992-94 and returned to become a Research Associate /Neurophysiologist there in 1997. He has been with the Department of Otolaryngology at OHSU since 1998 and is an Assistant Professor.
Jennifer E. Martin, Au.D.
Dr Martin earned her BA degree in Hearing and Speech Sciences at the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1993 and her MS degree in Audiology at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln in 1996. She then went on to earn an Au.D. in Audiology at A.T. Still University / Arizona School of Health Sciences in 2008. She has worked in a variety of settings, including adult evaluation, adult rehabilitation, pediatric evaluation, and tinnitus evaluation and management. She currently holds a faculty position at Oregon Health & Sciences University in the Department of Otolaryngology and works as the senior tinnitus specialist and research audiologist at the OHSU Tinnitus Clinic.
Her clinical interests include tinnitus evaluation and management, management of special auditory disorders (hyperacusis and misophonia), and hearing health promotion. Her research interests include the neuropharmacology of tinnitus, hearing health promotion in tribal communities, and noise-induced hearing loss prevention in children.
If you would like to contact Dr. Martin, please email her at email@example.com.