Lucas Lancaster’s early training was initially in the areas of software development and computer engineering. Dr. Lancaster graduated with a B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Central Florida (2010), followed by a clinical doctorate in Audiology (Au.D.) from Gallaudet University (2014). Dr. Lancaster has worked and trained in a variety of settings, including research facilities, military hospitals, private practice as well as university clinics. Dr. Lancaster is a trilingual clinical audiologist, providing a range of pediatric and adult diagnostic and treatment in English, Spanish and American Sign Language.
Professional interests: Diagnosis and treatment of central auditory processing disorders, as well as disorders of the vestibular/balance systems. As an adjunct lecturer, Dr. Lancaster has taught (1) Neural Bases of Hearing and Balance, (2) Anatomy & Physiology of the Auditory and Vestibular System, and (3) Sociology of Deafness
Outside interests: Dr. Lancaster, a Hispanic graduate of Gallaudet University, enjoys participation in social gatherings and events featuring Deaf and Latin/Hispanic Cultures. Between semesters he can be found snowboarding, surfing, scuba diving, or photographing a new travel adventure. Locally he remains active in seasonal team sports such as soccer and rowing.