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ATSU-ASHS alumnus Dr. Gosalia elected president of APSO

March 6, 2019
Posted In: Alumni Headlines, Arizona Campus, ASHS

Amit Gosalia, AuD, ’06, was recently elected president of the Audiology Practice Standards Organization (APSO). APSO was created to develop, maintain, and promote national standards for the practice of audiology. These standards, which are universally adopted by practitioners, are based on current evidence and best practices in the profession.

Dr. Gosalia recently completed a one-year term as chair of the Public Awareness Committee for the American Academy of Audiology (AAA). He also served as chair of the inaugural AuDLifestyle 5k at this year’s AAA conference in Columbus, Ohio, supporting statewide audiology student initiatives.

One response to “ATSU-ASHS alumnus Dr. Gosalia elected president of APSO”

  1. Granville Y. Brady, Jr., Au.D. (02) says:

    Congratulations. It is nice to see a fellow ASHS veteran rise to a leadership position especially in private practice.We may be a young doctoring profession but watch out we’re pretty determined and ASHS is the best place to prepare for a career.

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