Dr. Ramsey is an assistant professor in neuroscience and physical therapy in the physical therapy department of Carroll University. She teaches research methods and neuroscience courses and plans to do EEG research related to attention in athletes. Dr. Ramsey completed her Ph.D. in Neurosciences at Washington University in St. Louis in 2016. The topic of Dr. Ramsey's thesis was stroke recovery, looking at behavioral recovery and neurophysiology (using resting state functional MRI) to explore what changes in brain communication are related to the behavioral recovery in a large group of stroke patients.
Areas of Specialization
Neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Stroke & Stroke recovery.
What is your teaching style?
I like using discussions and work problems to allow for a more active use of class time and to encourage critical thinking about the material.
Why do you do what you do?
I enjoy working with the students to help them master the material and hopefully get my enthusiasm for the topics across.
How do you make learning engaging?
I hope to engage students by including relevant cases, demonstrations and current research.
What should students know about you?
I like to work with my students and I like to learn and improve my teaching, so I appreciate active participation in class as well as honest feedback.