Dr. Devin McCaslin received a master’s degree in audiology from Wayne State University and a PhD in hearing science from The Ohio State University. He is the current clinic and academic program director of audiology at Michigan Medicine in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and professor in the Department of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery. 

Dr. McCaslin is an esteemed member of the audiology community due to his groundbreaking impact on the field and practice of audiology, particularly the vestibular sciences. His major research interests relate to vestibular assessments, electrophysiology, health-care economics, and the application of artificial intelligence to manage and treat patients with dizziness. 

He has authored textbooks, co-authored textbook chapters, authored over 100 publications, presented the results of his research at over 100 meetings, and is frequently invited to be a featured speaker at international and national meetings. In addition, Dr. McCaslin currently has federal and foundation funding, led over 50 student projects, participated in many study sections and review panels, and served as deputy editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology.

Dr. McCaslin’s extensive research and contributions have positively impacted the profession of audiology, as well as patient care, and it will only continue to do so. The Academy is pleased to honor Dr. Devin McCaslin as the 2024 recipient of the Jerger Career Award for Research in Audiology.