Kimberlee A. Crass, Ph.D., CCC-SLP. LSLS Cert. AVT

Clinical Assistant Professor

Location: Speech and Hearing Center at UF Health Shands
Office phone: (352) 294-5177

Curriculum vitae


  • SPA4321 Audiologic Rehabilitation
  • SPA6324 Audiologic Rehabilitation for Children
  • SPA6581 Audiologic Rehabilitation School-Age Children
  • SPA6323 Audiologic Rehabilitation Adults
  • SPA6581 Audiologic Rehabilitation Older Adults

Bachelors of Science – 2005 – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Masters of Speech-Language Pathology – 2007 – University of South Carolina
Doctor of Philosophy – 2011 – University of South Carolina
Post-doctoral fellowship – 2012 – University of South Carolina

Dr. Kimberlee Crass is licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and certified Listening and Spoken Language Specialist Auditory-Verbal Therapist (LSLS Cert. AVT). She joined the faculty at the University of Florida in September, 2017. Dr. Crass heads the Listening and Spoken Language Program at the UF Health Speech & Hearing Center which provides specialized intervention to families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Her research interests include Aural (re)habilitation across the lifespan, speech perception, and language development in children with auditory deficits.