Our practice includes two licensed audiologists, Dr. Emily J. Taylor and Dr. Molly E. Bishop as well as our patient care coordinator, Becky Devlin. Here is a brief bio and introduction:
Emily J. Taylor, AuD., FAAA earned her Bachelor of Arts in Hearing and Speech Sciences from The University of Maryland and a Doctorate of Audiology from Towson University. Dr. Taylor humbly accepted the 2017 Distinguished Young Alumni Award from the Towson University Alumni Association for her charitable work in the community. Watch her acceptance speech here. She completed her doctoral thesis on the accuracy of a commonly used hearing screening protocol for the college population. This research was accepted for publication in the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. Click here to read her published research titled “Assessment of the Efficacy of a Hearing Screening Program for College Students,” which can be found in the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology.
Dr. Taylor specializes in diagnostic audiology and has experience working with all age groups. She finds audiology fulfilling because she is able to improve quality of life for individuals with hearing loss on a daily basis. She completed internships with local audiology private practices, ENT practices, and with the Baltimore County School System. Dr. Taylor grew up in the Pikesville area and currently resides in Pikesville with her husband, infant twins and their doberman puppy. Click here to learn more about why she became an audiologist.
Molly E. Bishop, Au.D., CCC-A, FAAA earned her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Communication Science and Disorders from The University of Pittsburgh and a Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D.) from Towson University. Dr. Bishop is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology (FAAA). She carries the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A), which is awarded by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA).
Dr. Bishop’s clinical experience includes training at University of Maryland Medical Center, Chesapeake Hearing Centers, ENTAA Care, and The Hearing and Speech Agency. She completed her fourth-year residency with Ear, Nose, and Throat Associates at GBMC. In addition to clinical experience, Towson University offered extensive coursework including diagnostics, hearing aids, vestibular diagnostics and rehabilitation, cochlear implants, electrophysiology, tinnitus, and private practice management. Dr. Bishop’s doctoral thesis investigated the effects of conductive hearing loss on the auditory brainstem response using simulation techniques.
Dr. Bishop’s areas of interest within the field of audiology include pediatric and adult diagnostic audiometry, hearing aids, and vestibular diagnostic testing. She finds audiology fulfilling because she is able to help patients communicate better with others and enjoy the many sounds that life has to offer. When not working clinically, Dr. Bishop enjoys dogsitting, ax throwing, watching movies, and taking trips to the beach.
Patient Care Coordinator
Ms. Becky Devlin (photo coming soon):
Becky Devlin comes to the Taylor Learning Center with a background in exemplary customer service. With a long career in corporate training and development, Becky recently came to us from Nordstrom with over five years as a Service Experience Manager and Specialist. At Nordstrom, Becky’s specialty was solving customer issues and ensuring customer needs were met with a great experience. Becky knows that when customers refer their friends, it is the greatest compliment!
Becky earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Maryland, College Park in Speech Communication with a minor in Psychology. She raised two grown sons in Severna Park and enjoys spending time with them. She also enjoys anything beach-related, taking local day trips, cooking and seeing friends.