Greg Ellis is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Hearing Aid Lab. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in Music Composition at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, Greg went on to receive his master’s degree in Music Composition from the University of Minnesota. He used that time to pivot to hearing research. He worked with Dr. Andrew Oxenham on research examining pitch perception and psychoacoustics. Furthering his interest in research, Greg received his PhD in Experimental Psychology from the University of Louisville. There, he was advised by Dr. Pavel Zahorik, and conducted research on room acoustics, virtual listening environments, and reverberation perception. Greg joined the Hearing Aid Lab as he became increasingly interested in translating what he learned from his research to improving patient outcomes. Here, his research is focused on realistic environments, binaural listening, localization, and hearing aid processing. When Greg is not in the lab, he enjoys playing board games, cooking, and hanging out with his pets, Maddie and Mango.