LaGuinn Sherlock, AuD, CH-TM
LaGuinn Sherlock, Au.D., CCC-A, CH-TM is an experienced Doctor of Audiology, currently working at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Driven by her personal experience with hearing loss and tinnitus, she has spent over 30 years providing empathetic clinical care.
Her experience with the civilian and military populations has facilitated a broad understanding of factors that influence successful clinical outcomes. In addition to her primary job functions, she holds an appointment as Research Associate Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. She has studied the effects of hearing loss and hearing aids on speech understanding, localization ability and quality of life. Currently, her primary research interests are in the areas of tinnitus prevalence in the military, tinnitus screening and management protocols, and measurement of the functional impact of tinnitus using cognitive tests. Dr. Sherlock has been recognized by the Military Audiology Association for her contributions to the advancement of research in hearing sciences, and by the U.S. Army Public Health Center for her achievements as a civilian employee. She previously served on the American Tinnitus Association’s Board of Directors, including a term as chair of the board, and is currently serving on the ATA’s Scientific Advisory Committee. She is an advisor for the ATA Tinnitus Advisors Program, providing guidance, information and support for people with tinnitus.