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Northwestern School of Communication

Emma Laurash

Assistant Clinical Professor
Emma Laurash

Emma Laurash (she/her) is a speech-language pathologist and assistant clinical professor at Northwestern University. Her primary areas of clinical practice and expertise are in the evaluation and treatment of voice, swallowing, and upper airway disorders. Emma earned her master’s degree in Speech, Language, and Learning from Northwestern University. She completed a voice-specialized clinical fellowship at Vanderbilt Voice Center in Nashville, Tenn. Prior to joining the team at Northwestern, Emma worked as a clinical speech-language pathologist at the Cleveland Clinic Voice Center for three years. She is passionate about interdisciplinary voice evaluation and treatment for the adult and pediatric populations.


MS, Speech, Language, and Learning- Northwestern University
BA, Communication Science and Disorders- University of Pittsburgh