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Charlotte Gordon

Charlotte obtained her Master of Audiology at the University of Auckland and then worked as a clinical audiologist prior to joining Phonak in 2019. She has a keen interest in research and is currently supporting research at the Eisdell Moore facility at the University of Auckland centered around defining pathological changes in the human auditory cortex in dementia cases. She recently undertook a Diploma in Public Health and has a keen interest in understanding the broader impact of hearing loss on a public health level.

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