Scott Griffiths, Ph.D., CCC-A, ABA

Associate Professor

Dr. Scott K. Griffiths holds the positions of Associate Professor and Associate Chair for Academic Affairs in the department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at the University of Florida.  Dr. Griffiths received his doctorate in Speech and Hearing Sciences with a specialization in Audiology and Electrophysiology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Since joining the faculty at the University of Florida in 1990, he has engaged in research in the areas of auditory and balance physiology, the effects of noise and the contribution of attention to auditory and balance function.  He is the author of over 100 peer-reviewed papers and presentations in these areas. His current research entails the assessment of auditory processing and executive function skills in an attempt to distinguish deficits specific to the auditory channel.  Dr. Griffiths has taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the areas of Hearing Sciences, Auditory and Vestibular Anatomy, Diagnostic Audiology and Balance Disorders.  In 1995 Dr. Griffiths received the University of Florida TIP Award as an outstanding educator.   From 2009 to 2012, Dr. Griffiths served as President of the Council of AuD Programs, for which he had also served as secretary at its founding in 1991. Dr. Griffiths was recently elected to Distinguished Fellowship in the National Academies of Practice in Audiology.  He currently serves as Secretary on the Board of the Accreditation Commission on Audiology Education.

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Contact Information

HPNP 2145
Phone: (352) 273-6559
E-mail: sgriff@ufl.edu

Classes

  • SPA 3031 Fundamentals of Hearing
  • SPA 4302 Audiometry and Hearing Disorders
  • SPA 5102 Auditory Anatomy and Physiology
  • SPA 5304 Principles of Audiologic Evaluation
  • SPA 6010 Basic Auditory Sciences
  • SPA 6317 Vestibular Disorders
  • SPA 6581 (temp #) Anatomy and Physiology of Balance
  • SPA 6930 Proseminar
  • SPA 7319 Balance Disorders: Evaluation and Treatment