Tamara "Tammi" McGill-Carter, B.A. B.G.S M.A. & NeuropsychTech of Merrillville, Indiana, graduate of Indiana University Northwest and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Dr. McGill-Carter received a dual bachelors in Pre-Health Psychology from Indiana University Northwest in 2010 and her Master's degree from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2013 and will be receiving her Ed.D from the same university in October 2019. Dr. McGill-Carter's research on autism, defects in Executive Functioning, Speech, and Motions disorders have been entered into 10 International conferences and has had several of her research works published in 3 Neurology journals. Dr. McGill-Carter recently became editor in chief of the ACTA Neurology Journal, guiding new authors to the journal through the transition of having their works published. Early this year, Dr. McGill-Carter's Master's thesis, "Human Memory and Encoding" was published into a book that is available for sale to interested parties. In addition, Dr. McGill-Carter will be pursuing advanced Neurosurgery studies this upcoming fall in the University of Florida's Biomedical Neuroscience Certificate program.
Dr. McGill-Carter's research interests are Neurology, Neuroscience, Brain Trauma, Broca's regions, Aphasia, Speech and Motion disorders, Neurotransmitters, Temporal lobe defects.