Dr. Devin McCaslin received his master’s degree in audiology from Wayne State University and his Ph.D. in hearing science from The Ohio State University. After the completion of his Ph.D., McCaslin joined the Dayton Veteran’s Administration Hospital as a clinical audiologist. Two years later, he took a position in the Division of Audiology at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. In 2004, McCaslin joined the faculty at the Vanderbilt School of Medicine where he held the position of associate director of adult audiology and director of vestibular sciences for 12 years. McCaslin began his role at the Mayo Clinic in 2016, where he served as both a clinician and as director, vestibular and balance laboratory in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology. In January of 2021, he was recruited by the University of Michigan and the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery to direct the audiology program at Michigan Medicine.
As director of the audiology program, McCaslin partners with individuals from across audiology, the department and the organization to guide our audiology program into the future. He provides clinical leadership and practice oversight to audiologists, both faculty and staff, across the department. McCaslin’s collaboration with researchers, operations and program leaders and audiology team members focuses on identifying and executing opportunities to enhance clinical service delivery, advance science and support the professional growth of individuals.
PhD in Hearing Science, Ohio State University
Master’s in Audiology, Wayne State University