Emily Duggan, Ph.D.

Dr. Emily Duggan is a clinical and research post-doctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. She completed her BA in psychology at Boston University, her MSc and PhD in clinical psychology and neuropsychology at the University of Victoria, and her pre-doctoral internship at the Charleston Consortium. She is a former recipient of the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship granted through the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council and she has received several awards recognizing her work in differential psychology and psychometrics. Dr. Duggan’s research focuses on developing valid and reliable neuropsychological tools and frameworks, particularly in the areas of intelligence, executive functioning, and cross-cultural assessment in neuromedical and normative populations. She has led many multinational research projects and has worked as a research consultant in South America and in industry settings. Dr. Duggan is a senior scientist for Global Neuropsychology, Inc. and a consulting editor of Psychological Assessment. She also serves as the Chair of the Society for Clinical Neuropsychology’s Association of Neuropsychology Students and Trainees (SCN ANST), and the trainee representative to SCN’s Education Advisory Committee and the Clinical Neuropsychology Synarchy.