Jeremy J. Donai, PhD
Assistant Professor and Co-Director of the Speech and Hearing Laboratory
West Virginia University
College of Education and Human Services
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Office: 807A Allen Hall
In his undergraduate studies Dr. Jeremy Donai graduated from the California University
of Pennsylvania, for his graduate studies; Towson University, where he received
his clinical doctorate of audiology. Thereafter, Donai worked as a clinical audiologist,
then he segwayed into a clinical director position within an audiology clinic in
Texas. At Texas Tech University, Donai graduated with the Dean’s Award for Excellence
in Research from the Health Sciences Center with his Ph.D, there, Donai spent 2
1/2 years before country roads took him back home to West Virginia University.
At WVU, Donai teaches courses in anatomy and physiology and pyschoacoustics: the psychology of hearing. Donai’s course schedule includes classes such as amplification, hearing aids, and the audiology business practice class that directly relates to operating an audiology practice. His research includes studying an understudied region of the speech signal that could allow for the betterment of automated speech and speaker recognition. Learn more in Dr. Jeremy Donai's research spotlight.