graduated with a BS in psychology and a BSW in Social
Welfare from the University of Wisconsin-Madison
in 2003. She received her MS in Clinical Psychology in
2006 and continues to work toward her Ph.D. in this area.
Her research interests thus far have focused on imitation
ability in autistic individuals. Emily joined the UW Research
on Autism in 2003 and began work on the Twin Autism Project
in 2004. Her current roles include managing databases,
data analysis, and traveling to families home to assess
twins on the autism spectrum.