Emily O. Garnett, Ph.D., CCC-SLP,  is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan, and a licensed, certified speech-language pathologist. She received her clinical training degree from West Virginia University in 2009 and her PhD from the University of South Carolina in 2015. Broadly speaking, she is interested in speech production in fluency disorders as well as acquired neurogenic disorders. During her doctoral training, her research focused on psycholinguistic aspects of stuttering, cluttering, aphasia, and apraxia of speech, using behavioral, neurophysiological, and neuromodulation methods. Her current research focuses on analysis and collection of structural and functional imaging data, as well as the use of neuromodulation to augment traditional speech therapy in developmental stuttering. Dr. Garnett may be contacted at emilyog@med.umich.edu.

Emily O. Garnett, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan, and a licensed, certified speech-language pathologist. She received her clinical training degree from West Virginia University in 2009 and her PhD from the University of South Carolina in 2015. Broadly speaking, she is interested in speech production in fluency disorders as well as acquired neurogenic disorders. During her doctoral training, her research focused on psycholinguistic aspects of stuttering, cluttering, aphasia, and apraxia of speech, using behavioral, neurophysiological, and neuromodulation methods. Her current research focuses on analysis and collection of structural and functional imaging data, as well as the use of neuromodulation to augment traditional speech therapy in developmental stuttering. Dr. Garnett may be contacted at emilyog@med.umich.edu.