Dr. Tammy Riegner has worked as an audiologist for 20 years for both the adult and pediatric populations. Before receiving her Master of Science in Audiology from West Virginia University in 1997, she helped establish the WVU Hearing Conservation
Program. She has worked in both hospital and private practice ENT settings, providing audiological and vestibular evaluations as well as amplification services to patients. In 2015, she pursued her Doctorate in Audiology from A.T. Stills University while
working for Nemours/A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children where she has worked serving the pediatric population since 2008. Her main areas of specialty are pediatric diagnostics, electrophysiological assessment of the peripheral and central auditory pathways,
and Central Auditory Processing evaluation. She has collaborated with Nemours Research Department at the Center for Pediatric Auditory and Speech Sciences (CPASS) to translate research into clinical protocols for assessment.