Devin McCaslin is an associate professor at the Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center in Nashville. He received a master’s degree in audiology from Wayne State University and a PhD in hearing science from The Ohio State University.
Following the completion of his PhD, McCaslin took a position as a clinical audiologist at the Dayton Veteran’s Administration Hospital for two years and then joined the Division of Audiology at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. McCaslin joined the faculty at the Bill Wilkerson Center in the Vanderbilt School of Medicine in 2004. Here he is the associate director of Adult Audiology and codirector of Vestibular Sciences.
McCaslin maintains a clinical practice and is an instructor in both the doctor of audiology and PhD programs. His major academic, clinical, and research interests relate to clinical electrophysiology, tinnitus, and vestibular assessment.