We are SHOEBOX – makers of the world’s first easy-to-use, automated, iPad audiometer. Why did we invent an audiometer on an iPad? Because we believe that everyone deserves access to hearing healthcare.
Why it Matters
Demand for hearing healthcare – whether in clinics or in hearing conservation programs — exceeds the availability of tools and trained professionals. By empowering more testing by more people in more locations, we can change that.
We are the proud recipients of several industry awards recognizing our innovation and achievements in hearing healthcare. We are grateful for the acknowledgement.
Our Scientific Advisory Board
Our Scientific Advisory Board is comprised of world leaders in audiology research and clinical practice. Their mandate is to provide strategic advice on emerging issues and help to provide guidance on research, development and product decisions helping SHOEBOX in the interest of sound science and exemplary clinical care.
Dr. Nicholas Reed, AuD
Dr. Reed is an assistant professor of audiology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and core faculty at the Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Reed’s research interests include over-the-counter hearing devices, novel hearing care delivery models, and hearing loss and patient-provider communication.
Susan Scollie, PhD., Reg. CASLPO
Dr. Scollie is Professor in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and the Director of the National Centre for Audiology, Western University. Dr. Scollie’s research focuses on pediatric amplification, hearing aid signal processing and outcome measures.
Ian Windmill, PhD
Dr. Windmill is the Clinical Director, Division of Audiology at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Dr. Windmill specializes in the assessment of auditory and vestibular disorders, health-care policy, hearing-care delivery systems and education in audiology.