Elizabeth is a research audiologist at CERP where she is investigating how auditory and language skills in Deaf/HH students relate to cognition and learning. Her broader interests include aural (re)habilitation, cochlear implants, and educational audiology. Elizabeth recently graduated with her Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) from Gallaudet University and completed a residency at Columbia University Medical Center. Her doctoral research looked at current practices in telecommunications-related aural rehabilitation and the role of electronystagmography in cochlear implant evaluation. During her studies she also worked as a research assistant for the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Hearing Enhancement where she investigated outcomes of aural rehabilitation therapy for adult cochlear implant users. Elizabeth is now part of NTID's Department of Communication Studies and Services, and a CERP Affiliate.