Anna M. Jilla, AuD
- Clinical Interests:
- Hearing Loss, Dizziness, Geriatric Audiology, Public Health
- Board Certification:
American Board of Audiology
The University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, 2017
Anna M. Jilla, AuD, PhD, provides an individualized approach to patient care. She puts them at the center of the decision-making process, and provides guidance on managing hearing and balance disorders. She sees patients multiple times through their cycle of care and is committed to providing a positive patient experience.
The clinic where Anna provides care, offers comprehensive services including implantable hearing technologies, such as cochlear implants or osseointegrated hearing devices, for both children and adults.
When not seeing patients, Anna enjoys watching sports, reading and listening to music.
Awards / Recognitions / Appointments / Professional Memberships
Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2020)
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) (2019)
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) (2017)
Gerontological Society of America
American Academy of Audiology, Fellow
International Society of Audiology
Texas Academy of Audiology
American Auditory Society
Jilla A.M., Johnson, C.E., Huntington-Klein, N. Hearing aid affordability in the United States. [published online ahead of print October 28, 2020]. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology. doi:10.1080/17483107.2020.1822449
Jilla, A.M., Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L., Anderson, M., Smith, J.N., Sullivan, J.C., Sanchez, K.R. (2020). Predictors of hearing aid use in the advanced digital era: An investigation of benefit, satisfaction and self-efficacy. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 31(2), 87-95.
Jilla, A.M., Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L. (2018). Disruptive hearing technologies and mild sensorineural hearing loss I: Accessibility and affordability issues. Seminars in Hearing, 39(2), 135-145.
Jilla, A.M., Johnson, C.E., Danhauer, J.L. (2018). Disruptive hearing technologies and mild sensorineural hearing loss II: Current research on over-the-counter devices and a direct-to-consumer delivery model. Seminars in Hearing, 39(2), 146-157.
- UT Physicians Otorhinolaryngology – Texas Medical Center
6400 Fannin Street, Suite 2700
Houston, TX 77030