• Bachelor of Arts, Speech and Hearing Science, Minor in Disabilities Studies, The Ohio State University, 2009
• Master of Science, Communication Disorders, Marshall University, 2011
• American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Certificate of Clinical Competence, 2012
Experience and Interests
Erin completed her clinical fellowship at an outside health system in Lexington, KY working with adults and children with neurological disorders. There she received specialized brain injury rehabilitation training and was part of their Disorders of Consciousness team. Erin helped to create and is the lead clinical educator and lead speech-language pathologist for the Disorders of Consciousness Program at Dodd Rehabilitation. Areas of clinical interest include traumatic and acquired brain injuries, oncology rehabilitation, spinal cord injuries, cognitive-linguistic therapy, dysphagia management, modified barium swallow studies, and interdisciplinary research. Erin has presented multiple times at the Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems Leadership Conference and recently presented at the International Brain Injury Association World Congress. For the past 3 years she has participated in collaborative interdisciplinary TBI research through the PCORI grant and presented findings at the annual American Speech and Hearing Association Conference. Erin enjoys helping patients regain communication and swallowing abilities to improve their quality of life through patient centered care and contextualized therapy.