Lucas Lancaster, Au.D., CCC-A

Hearing, Speech & Language Science

Lucas Lancaster

Phone Numbers

202-448-7126 (V)



Sorenson Language and Communication Center 2219

Secondary Location

Virtual Meeting Space -- (Zoom ID 783-573-3724)

Office Hours

By appointment

Dr. Lancaster earned his clinical doctorate in audiology (Au.D.) in 2014, from Gallaudet University, where he is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Hearing, Speech and Language Science. He currently serves as a clinical educator in the Gallaudet University Hearing and Speech Center, where he provides clinical preceptorship to matriculated audiology (Au.D.) students. 

His areas of clinical interest include central auditory processing ([C]AP) evaluation and diagnosis of vestibular disorders. Research interests currently guiding his Ph.D. studies include discrimination of speech-in-noise, development of receptive language in bilingual individuals, and classroom strategies for maximizing auditory access in mainstream K-12 education. 

Courses currently teaching:

  • HSL 871 - Clinical Lab (1)
  • HSL 872 - Clinical Practicum-Introduction (1-2)
  • HSL 873 - Clinical Practicum-Advanced (2)
  • HSL 874 - Clinical Specialty Areas (1)

Courses previously taught:

  • HSL 817 - Anatomy & Physiology of the Auditory & Vestibular System (3)
  • HSL 824 - Aural Rehabilitation: Adults (3)
  • HSL 851 - Central Auditory Processing Disorders: Evaluation and Remediation (3)
  • HSL 827 - Neural Bases of Hearing, Speech, and Language (3)
  • HSL 843 - Amplification I (3) 

Other teaching activities:

  • Dr. Lancaster also serves as adjunct faculty with other colleges, providing education in the areas of Deaf studies, Deaf culture, and sociology of d/Deafness. 


800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002


800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002