Elizabeth Marcinkus graduated with a B.S. in Communication Disorders from Boston University in 2002 and earned her clinical doctorate in audiology (Au.D.) at Gallaudet University in 2006. Dr. Marcinkus worked in a variety of clinical and academic settings prior to joining the staff of the Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences in 2014. As a clinical audiologist, Dr. Marcinkus provides diagnostic and hearing aid services to clients across the lifespan (newborn through elderly) and sees clients from both the Gallaudet/Deaf community as well as the DC/MD/VA metro area.
In her role as the clinical coordinator of audiology, she oversees the in-house clinical education of the Doctoral Audiology (AuD) students as well as functions as the Externship Coordinator for 4th year Au.D. students.
Professional interests: Audiological services within the d/Deaf Community, infant diagnostics/ABR, and adult hearing aid services. Dr. Marcinkus is also an adjunct lecturer within the department, teaching courses in (1) Anatomy & Physiology of the Auditory & Vestibular System and (2) Pediatric Audiology.
Outside interests: When outside of the office, Dr. Marcinkus can be found working in her garden, spending time with her husband and two children, and co-leading her daughter’s Girl Scout Troop.