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Dr. Beth Rosen is an audiologist who specializes in administering hearing tests to detect hearing loss and providing consultation on amplification through hearing aids and cochlear implants.
After graduating from the University of Maryland cum laude with honors in the field of hearing and speech sciences, Dr. Rosen completed her doctorate in audiology from the University of Louisville. She later finished her externship at the University of Virginia Health System. Dr. Rosen has clinical experience in adult and pediatric hearing conditions in multiple venues including Eastpoint Audiology, Novak Center for Children’s Health, Little Ears Hearing Center at Open Arms Children’s Health, and University of Kentucky Healthcare.
Outside of the office, Dr. Rosen enjoys cooking, reading, and exploring with her boyfriend and their Australian shepherd, Buckeye.
Dr. Rosen practices in our Rock Hill (200 South Herlong Avenue, Suite F, Rock Hill, SC) and Lancaster (838 West Meeting Street, Medical Arts Building #5, Lancaster, SC ) offices. To make an appointment with her, call 704-295-3000.
UndergraduateUniversity of Maryland, 2017,Bachelor of Arts, Communication Disorders, cum laude,
Doctorate University of Louisville, 2021, Doctorate of Audiology
Externship University of Virginia Health Systems, 2021
Rosen, B., AlMakadma, H., Sanford, C. (March 2020) “An Absorbance Peak Template for Assessment of Newborn Conductive Pathways”. Poster session presented at the meeting of the American Auditory Society, Scottsdale, AZ.
Rosen, B., Galloway, L.N., and Preminger, J.E. (July 2019) “Does Attitude Change about Hearing Protection Evoke Behavior Change in Marching Band Members?”. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Kentucky Academy of Audiology, Lexington, KY.
Rosen, B., Galloway, L.N., and Preminger, J.E. (March 2019) “Does Attitude Change about Hearing Protection Evoke Behavior Change in Marching Band Members?”. Poster session presented at the meeting of the American Academy of Audiology, Columbus, OH.
Rosen, B. and Goupell, M.J. (June 2017) “Effect of frequency region on binaural interference for interaural level differences”. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Boston, MA
Goupell, M.J., and Rosen, B. “Interaural level difference processing as a function of frequency,” 172nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Honolulu, Hawaii, November 2016.