Dr. Jace Wolfe

Chief of Audiology & Research, PhD, CCC-A

Biography

Jace Wolfe, Ph.D., is the Chief of Audiology and Research at the Hearts for Hearing Foundation in Oklahoma City, OK. He also is an adjunct Assistant Professor in the Audiology Departments at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and Salus University. He previously served as the editor for the American Speech Language Hearing Association’s Division 9 journal and is currently a co-editor for the Plural Publishing, Inc. Core Clinical Concept Series on Cochlear Implants. Dr. Wolfe is also a Commissioner of the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services.

Dr. Wolfe is an advisory board member for Cochlear Americas and the Phonak Hearing Aid Company. Additionally, Dr. Wolfe co-authors a periodic column entitled “The Tot Ten” in The Hearing Journal, and he has published numerous book chapters and over 100 articles in professional peer-reviewed and trade journals. He is author of the textbook entitled “Cochlear Implants: Audiologic Management and Considerations for Implantable Hearing Devices,” and he is co-editor of the textbooks “Pediatric Audiology: Diagnosis, Technology, and Management, Third Edition” and “Pediatric Audiology Casebook, Second Edition.” He is also a co-author of the textbook entitled “Programming Cochlear Implants, Second Edition.” His primary areas of interests are cochlear implantation and pediatric audiology. He provides clinical services for children and adults with hearing loss and is also actively engaged in audiological research. In his free time, he most enjoys spending time with his wife, Lynnette, and their three children Hayden, Harper, and Henley. He also enjoys cheering on the Sooners and Thunder and exercising.