Amy E. Ramage
Research Coordinator for the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Amy E. Ramage, Ph.D., CCC-SLP an assistant professor at the University of New Hampshire, Director of the CoBALT lab, and a licensed speech-language pathologist serving people with neurogenic communication disorders in New Hampshire. Her research, teaching, and clinical interests center on the neurologic bases of cognition and emotion and how these interact with communication. Her research examines the association between impairments of cognition, emotion, and language in acquired brain injury as well as the underlying brain systems.