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Colleen E. Ryan-Bane, M.S.
Assistant of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Expertise: Audiologist, Hearing Disorders, Hearing Loss, Hearing Restoration, Osseointegrated Sound Processors (BAHA System)
Research Interests: Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss Multi-Center Treatment Trial; Lead Study Audiologist
Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center
Appointment Phone: 443-997-6467
601 N. Caroline St.
Baltimore, MD 21287 map
Colleen Ryan-Bane, M.S., is an audiologist specializing in osseointegrated sound processors (BAHA System), hearing disorders and hearing loss.
- Assistant of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Centers & Institutes
Research & Publications
Niparko, J., Ryan C., Srireddy, S., Evaluation of the Patient with Hearing Loss; Clinical Neurotology. London: Martin Dunitz Publishers, 2002.
Activities & Honors
- American Speech and Hearing Association
Videos & Media
Lectures and Presentations
Osseointegrated Implants, BAHA Temporal Bone Course
Course, Johns Hopkins (09/01/2007)
Resident Hearing Aid Update
OHNS Grand Rounds, Johns Hopkins (06/01/2007)
Current Hearing Aid Technology and Assistive Devices
Society Otolaryngology Head Neck Nurses, GBMC (03/01/2007)
Hearing Loss, Hearing Aids and Assistive Devices
Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, Frederick Memorial Hospital (03/01/2007)
BAHA Temporal Bone Course, Johns Hopkins (12/01/2006)
Audiology, Hearing Aid Alternatives and Assistive Devices
Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, St Joseph’s Hospital (11/01/2006)
Audiology Technology Update
Otolaryngology Grand Rounds (05/01/2005)
Audiology’s Contribution to the Multidisciplinary Approach
Cleft Clinic Grand Rounds (10/02/2004)
Audiometric Interpretation, Resident Training
Otolaryngology Grand Rounds, Johns Hopkins (01/01/2003)
Understanding Patients with Hearing Loss
Support Staff meetings, Johns Hopkins