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Dr. Randi Sherman is a college professor in speech language pathology, audiology and speech science currently working with ENT Faculty Practice. Her expertise is invaluable in providing the best possible care to hearing-impaired patients.
Dr. Sherman completed her Master's degree in Audiology at Queens College and received her Ph.D in Audiology from Colombia University. She was quickly appointed to a position at Lander College for Women, teaching undergraduate courses and advising students. Soon after, she became Director of Audiology at Mt. Vernon Neighborhood Medical Center, where she worked with the Otolaryngology and Pediatric departments. She later became president of Bronxville Hearing Diagnostics, PC where her talents in both administration and audiology flourished.
Melanie Katz earned her Doctor of Audiology degree from the University of Florida in 2000. She completed her Masters degree at Hofstra University and her undergraduate degree at Adelphi University. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and a member of the American Speech Language and Audiology Association. She has had extensive experience in all areas of diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology including comprehensive neonatal and pediatric testing, and auditory brainstem response testing.
Erin Donaldson received her Master of Science in Biomedical Visualization at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She concentrated in Anaplastology, which is the field combining art and science to provide facial prosthetic services for patients experiencing loss due to head and neck cancer, traumatic injuries, or congenital conditions. She completed residencies at the Craniofacial Center at the University of Illinois Medical Center and at the Otolaryngology Department at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Miss Donaldson has faculty appointments at New York Medical College and Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston. She also serves on the face transplant team at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. She has guest lectured at Dartmouth and Princeton Universities and has presented on anaplastology at several medical institutions throughout the Northeast. She is a member of the International Anaplastology Association.
Joanna E. Krsulich began her interest in nutrition during her first years as a Criminal Justice Major at The George Washington University. After working briefly as a legal assistant at a top New York City law firm (on her way to law school), Joanna realized her interest in nutrition was a true passion. Joanna enrolled in New York University, graduating in 1998 with a Master Degree in Science; she is a Registered Dietitian and New York State Licensed Nutritionist.
Joanna began her career at Lenox Hill Hospital on New York’s Upper East Side, rising to Assistant Clinical Nutrition Manager. In 2002, she began working at Midtown Nutrition Care, consulting a variety of clients.
Joanna currently has a private practice in Westchester, NY and is the consulting dietitian for The Maryknoll Sisters Residential Care Nursing Facility.
With more than 12 years of varied work experience, Joanna’s interest and passion for wellness and health continues. She currently is enrolled in The Institute for Integrative Nutrition to become a Holistic Health Coach. Her overall mission is to provide a clear, balanced outlook to food, physical fitness, and mental wellness.