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Dr. Jean-Pierre Gagné


Jean-Pierre Gagné, Ph.D.
(Ph.D. Communication Sciences and Audiology 1983;
Washington University)

Professeur titulaire, Orthophonie et audiologie
Université de Montréal

4545 chemin Queen-Mary
Montréal, Québec
Canada H3W 1W5

Office: M5801
Tel: (514) 340-3540 #4125


Website: IUGM Website







ean-Pierre Gagné obtained a Ph.D. from the Central Institute for the Deaf, Washington University (St. Louis, MO, USA). Dr, Gagné holds a M.Sc. degree in Audiology and aural rehabilitation from McGill University (1978) and a Ph.D. in Communication sciences and Audiology from Washington University (1983). Presently, he is a Professor at the École d’orthophonie et d’audiologie, faculté de medicine, at the Université de Montréal where he teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses in audiological rehabilitation.

Dr. Gagné’s research interests are in the area of audiological rehabilitation in younger and older adults with hearing loss. Some of his research projects investigate the auditory, visual and audiovisual speech-perception abilities of younger and older adults with hearing loss. Another component of his research program focuses on the linguistic and cognitive factors underlying speech-perception in adults with hearing loss. Dr. Gagné is also interested in the psychosocial aspects of hearing loss. Along with some colleagues, he is currently investigating issues related to the stigma associated with hearing loss.





Landry, S., Bacon, B., Leybaert, J., Gagné, J-P., & Champoux, F. (2012).  Audiovisual segregation in cochlear implant users.  Plos ONE, 7 (3) e33113.


Wittich, W., Watanabe, D.H., & Gagné, J.P. (2012).  Sensory and demographic characteristics of deafblindness rehabilitation clients in Montréal, Canads.  Ophthalmic & physiological Optics: The Journal of the British College of Ophthalmic Opticians, 32 (3), 242-251.