Cheryl Drost, Doctor of Audiology, has been practicing in the field of Audiology for over 17 years. She is experienced in industrial hearing conservation, educational Audiology, hearing aid counseling, fitting, dispensing, verifications, and diagnostic evaluations for adult and pediatric populations. Having received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Northern Illinois University, she completed her Doctorate of Audiology at the University of Florida in 2006. Her experience extends from private practice, hospital settings, and medical clinics as well as providing private auditory training to hearing impaired and cochlear implant recipients.

She has written published articles and presented on the topics of hearing loss, early intervention, and hearing conservation. Dr. Drost’s interests and continued study include the areas of hearing conservation, newborn hearing screenings with early intervention, and hearing-aid advanced technologies. Cheryl joined Wyoming Otolaryngology in August 2009 from Bozeman Montana. She and her husband, Scott, have been enjoying the outdoors, horseback riding, fly fishing and cooking, as well as exploring the many wonders of Wyoming.