Amy is a doctoral student in the IHP's Rehabilitation Sciences program. She is excited and grateful to be learning under the mentorship of Dr. Christodoulou. Her research highlights the intersection of speech language pathology and neurosurgery, exploring outcomes in adults and children with brain tumors and epilepsy. Her current work in the BEAM lab is focused on reading, math, and other cognitive outcomes following hemispherectomy surgery in pediatric patients. Amy's clinical practice is rooted in serving the assessment and treatment needs of adults with neuro-oncologic diagnoses in the Department of Speech, Language, and Swallowing Disorders at the Massachusetts General Hospital, where she established an SLP brain tumor team and continues to see patients.

Her favorite children's book is Owl Moon.  

  • MS, Speech-Language Pathology, MGH IHP
  • PhD Candidate

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