Sarah Sydlowski, AuD, PhD, MBA, is audiology director of the Hearing Implant Program at the Cleveland Clinic and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University. She is also adjunct faculty at the Kent State University and the University of Akron (NOAC) where she teaches the graduate Implantable Technologies course.

Her clinical and research interests have been predominantly focused on implantable hearing technologies. She has delivered numerous presentations and authored various publications, book chapters, clinical guidelines and position statements primarily on this topic. More recently, her interests are centered on the intersection of healthcare and business. She is currently completing her Executive MBA at Case Western Reserve University and is interested in clinical business strategy, optimizing care delivery and efficiency, and the economic impact of healthcare regulatory/policy issues. Dr. Sydlowski received her BS in psychology from the University of Dayton, AuD from the University of Louisville, and PhD in audiology from Gallaudet University.