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Juan-Pablo (JP) Faundez-Astudillo is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Linguistics, Macquarie University Hearing.

Initiating his career in Audiology in 2013 as a Diagnostic and Rehabilitation Audiologist in public hospitals in Santiago de Chile, Juan-Pablo subsequently assumed roles as a Clinical Educator and Lecturer for Audiology and Speech Pathology at Universidad de Chile.

In 2018, after finishing a Master in Neurosciences, he moved to Australia to pursue his PhD at Macquarie University, which he finished in 2022. Over the past five years at Macquarie, he has also undertaken responsibilities as a lecturer, tutor, and clinical educator in the Master of Clinical Audiology, and also collaborating in the Bachelor of Speech and Hearing Sciences.

Juan-Pablo's current research revolves around human auditory physiology, using techniques such as EEG and fNIRS, including measurements related to binaural processing, hidden hearing loss, and emotions in speech perception.

He also has an interest in vestibular physiology and pathology, clinical applications, and hearing and public health.

Education/Academic qualification

Linguistics, Audiology, and Hearing Sciences, Doctor of Philosophy, Developing a clinical objective measurement of binaural processing., Macquarie University

25 Sept 201812 Oct 2022

Award Date: 12 Oct 2022

Neurosciences, Master of Science, Association between vestibulo-collic reflex activity and neuropsychological performance in elderly population., University of Chile

Apr 20161 Jun 2018

Award Date: 25 Jun 2018

Clinical Audiology, Postgraduate Diploma, University of Chile

9 May 20144 Jul 2015

Award Date: 11 Nov 2015

Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, Applied Bachelor, University of Chile

Mar 2008Jan 2013

Award Date: 25 Jan 2013

Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences, Bachelor, University of Chile

Mar 2008Mar 2012

Award Date: 12 Oct 2012


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