Caroline Dadowski, Au.D., CCC-A is an assistant professor in the Department of Audiology at Nova Southeastern University (NSU). Dr. Dadowski earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University and her Doctor of Audiology from Nova Southeastern University. Upon graduation from NSU, she was selected as the recipient of the program’s Chancellor’s Award.
Prior to NSU, Dr. Dadowski worked as a clinical audiologist at ENT and Allergy Associates of Florida (ENTAAF). In her time at ENTAAF, she saw patients of all ages for audiologic and vestibular diagnostics as well as hearing aid services. She also served as her office’s clinical lead, functioning as the liaison between the audiology department and the physicians/management staff.
At NSU, Dr. Dadowski sees patients in the NSU Audiology Clinic and also serves as a clinical preceptor for first and second year students. She is a co-advisor for the NSU chapter of the Student Academy of Audiology and serves on various program and college committees. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and currently volunteers on two subcommittees for the academy’s annual conference. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and has earned their Award for Continuing Education (ACE). Additionally, Dr. Dadowski is a member of the American Auditory Society.
Dr. Dadowski’s primary areas of interest include diagnostics and amplification.