|Reearch Interest||Development and Validation of Speech Audiometry Test materials for African indigenous languages, Effects of occupational and recreational noise exposure on the auditory system, Paediatric Audiology.|
|Biosketch||Ms Seema Panday is a qualified Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathologist. She has a Masters in Communication Pathology (Audiology) from the University of Kwa Zulu-Natal. She is employed as a lecturer in the University of Kwa Zulu-Natal (Discipline of Audiology). She is currently teaching in the areas of Occupational Audiology and Paediatric Audiology. She supervises undergraduate and post-graduate research in the Discipline. Her research interests are in Occupational Audiology, Recreational Noise, Development and Validation of speech audiometry test materials for African indigenous languages. She is registered for a PhD in Audiology at the University of Cape Town. She has published in the South African Journal of Communication Disorders and the Family practice Journal
|List of Publications||
Pandav. S. Kathard, H, Pillay, M, Govender C (2007) The Development of a Zulu SRT word list for Zulu First language Speakers in Kwa Zulu-Natal. South African Journal of Communication Disorders, Vol 54.
Pandav.S. Kathard, H, Pillay, M., Govender, C (2009) The homogeneity of audibility and prosody of Zulu for Speech Reception threshold (SRT) testing. South African Journal of Communication Disorders, 56, 60-75
Pillay, D, Archary, K & Pandav. S (2011). The effect of aircraft noise on families who live proximal to an airport. A Preliminary study. South African Family Practice Journal.