Emma O’Connell is the Program Associate for Research and Medical Programs. Within this role, she helps with the registration process of CBIT programs, works on research grants such as the Young Investigator Award, and aids with Centers of Excellence.
Emma is very passionate about helping others and making a difference for those who have Tourette Syndrome. In her free time, she advocates through various social media avenues.
Emma is a graduate of Appalachian State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. During her time there, she was a research assistant and the president of a psychology club.