Professor, Department of Otolaryngology at Washington University School of Medicine; Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, Amptify
Nancy Tye-Murray is a Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at Washington University School of Medicine and the Founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Amptify (parent company clEAR). Capitalizing on her expertise in hearing loss and aural rehabilitation, Tye-Murray co-founded the company in 2015 as a means to provide auditory brain training to persons with hearing loss via listening computer games. Since then, the company’s product line has expanded to include a digital platform that includes a digital hearing loss therapeutic, a white label market place for audiological products, and tele-audiology capabilities. The company has received funding from NIH SBIRs, the St. Louis Arch Grants, and the Washington University Greenleaf fund and is currently in a fund-raising phase with the backing of Arch Grants and Missouri Technology Corporation matching funds.