Dr. Laures-Gore graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Speech Communication followed by a Master’s of Health Science in Communication Disorders at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She practiced as a full-time speech-language pathologist in rehabilitation environments for five years before pursuing doctoral training. She received her PhD in Communicative Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2001. She joined the faculty at Georgia State University after obtaining her PhD and is currently an Associate Professor. Dr. Laures-Gore is also the Director of the Aphasia and Motor Speech Disorders Research Lab at Georgia State University. She has numerous publications and presentations in the area of adult neurogenic communication disorders and has been the primary investigator of multiple grants.
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