- AuD, University of Memphis, 2021
- BA, The University of Alabama, 2017
Dr. Emma Brothers is a clinical audiologist and assists with research at The University of Alabama. Dr. Brothers previously worked at Tuscaloosa Ear, Nose, and Throat and Southern ENT & Sinus Center prior to joining the clinical faculty and staff at the UA Speech and Hearing Center. Dr. Brothers provides comprehensive evaluation and management of auditory disorders in infants, children, and adults. Dr. Brother’s research interests include amplification technology and improving access and affordability of hearing healthcare.
Brothers, E. & Stecker, A. (2021). Does audiologic intervention improve satisfaction and self-efficacy with direct-to-consumer hearing devices? Presented at the Ph.D. Colloquium at the University of Memphis. Brothers, E. & Johnson, J. (2020). Does audiologic intervention improve satisfaction with direct-to-consumer hearing aids? Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Auditory Society.