About Emalee Danner
Emalee Danner is from Cheektowaga, NY and will be graduating from Gallaudet University in Washington, DC in December 2020. In 2015 she received her undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders and Sciences and a minor in Psychology from SUNY Fredonia.
She chose a career in audiology haver observing a balance testing appointment during her undergraduate studies and was first introduced to the extensive services provided by audiologists. She recently became a certified Lyric specialist, and is focusing her expertise in working with culturally deaf patients, vestibular diagnostics, and aural rehabilitation. As an Audiologist, she hopes to provide culturally competent care for all patients in all clinic settings.
Emalee is proficient in clinical and conversational American Sign Language (ASL). She was accepted for a research podium at the since canceled 2020 American Academy of Audiology Conference for her capstone research project “Use of Head Mounted Display for Subjective Visual Vertical with Dynamic Visual Backgrounds.” She additionally has seven research poster presentations at various professional conferences. She is a member of the Student Academy of Audiology and Student Chapter of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology.
In her free time, she enjoys reading, kayaking, and watching documentaries.