Diseases and Conditions
- Hearing Loss
Treatments and Services
- Cochlear Implants
- Diagnostic Audiology
Patients Ages Seen
- Froedtert Hospital – Milwaukee
Dr. Jensen's area of expertise is working with individuals who have significant hearing loss and who are interested in implantable technologies including cochlear implants and bone conduction implants.
Dr. Jensen joined the Koss Cochlear Implant Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin after earning her Clinical Doctorate in Audiology from Vanderbilt University. She completed a year-long internship at Boys Town National Research Hospital in Omaha, NE before joining MCW. She began her career with the Koss Cochlear Implant Program coordinating the clinical research program and then transitioned to clinical audiology. She currently works primarily with our adult patients, but continues to be an active member of the research team.
Dr. Jensen strives to maximize each patient's hearing potential through the use of cochlear or bone conduction implants in one or both ears as well as use of a hearing aid in the non-implanted ear. Her clinical interests include aging and patient performance with cochlear implants and the effect aural rehabilitation has on patient outcomes with cochlear implants.
Education and Training
Clinical Doctorate in Audiology - Vanderbilt University School of Medicine - Nashville, TN (2006)
Fellow in Audiology - Boys Town National Research Hospital - Omaha, NE (2005-2006)