- Other Post Graduate Training - Henry Ford Hospital (2012-2013), Audiology
- Graduate School - University of Texas at Dallas (2009-2013), Audiology
- Undergraduate School - University of Iowa (1995-1998), Communication Disorders
- Medical School - University of Texas at Dallas (2009-2013)
- Internship - Henry Ford Hospital (2012-2013)
Jennifer Alford, Au.D.
Jennifer A. Alford, Au.D., is a Faculty Associate and clinical audiologist in the Department of Otolaryngology at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She specializes in the behavioral and electrophysiological evaluation of hearing loss and in balance disorders in children and adults.
Dr. Alford earned her audiology degree at the University of Texas at Dallas. She joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2013.
Dr. Alford has been active in classroom and clinical education of audiology graduate students. She has served as an adjunct faculty member in the area of physiological assessment of the vestibular system for the Doctor of Audiology program at UT Dallas.
She is a member of the American Academy of Audiology and the Texas Academy of Audiology.
her personal time, Dr. Alford enjoys spending time outdoors, especially time
involving gardening and photography.
Meet Jennifer Alford
“Balance disorders are among the most common reasons people seek medical treatment. I am privileged to work among a group of talented medical providers, including otolaryngologists, neurologists, physician assistants, physical therapists, and my peer audiologists who are dedicated to the treatment of patients experiencing dizziness,” Dr. Alford says.
“At UT Southwestern we are focused as a team to provide the best outcomes for our patients. As an audiologist, the diagnostic vestibular testing I provide can validate the symptoms a patient is experiencing and provide insight to the cause of dizziness, which for some patients can be a major disruption to daily life. It’s rewarding to help a patient get back on track to enjoy daily life activities without the fear of dizziness.”