Amy Engelhoven, PhD, became a PCORI Ambassador in August 2018 after serving on an advisory team for Project BRIDGE, an Engagement Award recipient. As a new researcher and director of an intensive aphasia program, she hopes to provide the aphasia community an opportunity to contribute to meaningful research. She has been a speech-language pathologist since 2001 and graduated with her PhD in 2016 from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. She hopes to collaborate with the Orlando medical community to further opportunities for patient-centered research as well as collaborate with regional Ambassadors to advance the PCORI vision.
Involvement with PCORI
Engagement Award: Building Research Initiatives by Developing Group Effort (BRIDGE) – Advisory Member
Advisory Panel on Patient Engagement