EMILY MORROW, M.S., CCC-SLP
I’m a speech-language pathologist and Ph.D. student in the Communication and Memory Lab. I’m interested in characterizing individual cognitive-communication profiles for people with traumatic brain injury and using those differences to predict outcomes and better target our interventions. Many of my current projects focus on the interactions between cognitive systems (e.g., memory, language, sleep) in producing real-world behavior and functional outcomes.
I grew up on the Gulf Coast and love all things ocean, but I also love living in Nashville (especially for great food, music, and community). I enjoy spending time outside (usually with my dog, Artie), learning new things (reading and podcasts), cooking (and eating!), and traveling to new places.