Elizabeth M. Adams, PhD
Elizabeth M. Adams, PhD, is an associate professor in the Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions at the University of South Alabama (USA). In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she has established lines of research evaluating speech understanding ability in degraded listening environments, as well as investigating the impact of vestibular dysfunction in individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Her most recent research includes collaboration at the national and international levels with the disciplines of physical therapy and neurologic medicine. Dr. Adams serves on multiple university-level committees, as well as several departmental committees, including serving as the chair of the Departmental Admissions Committee and as the academic graduate coordinator for the Doctor of Audiology Program. Her professional service includes acting as the treasurer for the Council of AuD Programs, serving on the Board of Directors for the Alabama Academy of Audiology, and providing professional reviews for several scholarly journals.