Georgia State University: Doctor of Physical Therapy. Research: Magnetic Resonance Imaging Assessment of Inflammation in Traumatically-Injured Rat Quadriceps Muscle. Honor Society: Delta Epsilon Iota
Georgia State University: M.S. Biology/Neuroscience. Research: Sex Differences in Pain Perception in Human
Georgia State University: B.S. Biology/Minor Chemistry; Department Honor's Concentration: Neurophysiology. Graduated: magna cum laude.Honors: Awarded Faculty Scholar and Phi Beta Kappa. Research: Analysis of Growth Cone Advancement in Pioneer Neurons in Helisoma trivolvis.
Emily Trent is a physical therapist that treats both children and adults with neurological and orthopedic physical impairments in various settings. She enjoys working with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds and is currently pursing a Master's of Public Health degree. Her professional interests include: Developmental Neuroscience, Pain Neuroscience, Neuromuscular Rehabilitation, Orthopedic Rehabilitation (especially Shoulder, Spine, Pelvic and Knee), Sport Readiness, Aquatic Rehabilitation, Post-surgical Rehab for various Cancers, Health Policy, Health Promotion, Population-Based Digital Intervention, Improving Access to Quality Healthcare for the Underserved, Novel Healthcare Practices, Vulnerable Populations in the US, the Undertreatment of Pain both in the US and Globally, Improving Maternal and Children's health throughout the lifespan in Metro-Atlanta, GA and the US. Emily's personal interests are: Languages, Art; especially painting, Cycling, Rowing, Water Sports, Basketball, Golf, Reading and shopping and watching movies with her daughter.