Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology
Graduate Research Assistant
Emily is a Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology at Wayne State University with a minor in Neuropsychology. In addition she is apart of the Institute of Gerontology’s pre-doctoral training program.
Emily's research interest include neuropsychological assessment that are more ecologically valid for individuals with dementia and brain injury. She is especially interested in lessening the gap in the Hispanic community by researching, creating, and norming neuropsychological test that can eventually be used as a tool for assessing Spanish-speaking individuals.
Research interest(s)/area of expertise
- Clinical Neuropsychology, Traumatic Brain Injury, Psychological Assessment, Dementia, Finacial Exploitation, and Cross-Cultural Neuropsychology
- B.S., Psychology & Child Learning and Development, University of Texas at Dallas 2018
- M.S., Clinical Psychology specialization Neuropsychology, University of Texas at Tyler 2020