2019- Present: Doctoral Student, University of South Florida
2018-2019: Masters of Public Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2016-2018: Post-Baccalaureate, National Institute on Aging
2012-2016: Bachelors in Science, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Studying the relationship between sensory loss, cognition and mobility. Understanding what changes in movement develop as a result of hearing impairment and if loss of cognitive ability from reduced sensory input affects movement. In turn learning if hearing aids may be used to modify the relationship between people with sensorineural hearing loss and declines in mobility. Additionally, studying the effects of dual sensory impairment on cognition.