Research Positions in Speech and Language
Research coordinators are expected to develop independent, externally-funded research programs in areas related to the clinical and outreach activities at the Hospital. These would include: speech and language development in normal children and in those with disabilities, issues associated with use of hearing aids and cochlear implants, speech physiology, perceptual learning, and speech and language disorders with genetic etiologies.
BTNRH provides a supportive research environment with a large and diverse clinical population, a research-oriented clinical staff, excellent technical support, close ties to nearby universities, an emphasis on collaboration, and well established research programs in hearing research and in hereditary communication disorders.
New laboratory space, along with generous equipment and start-up funds, is available for these positions. Applicants should have a PhD in experimental psychology, speech science, speech/language pathology or a related field. Applicants at all levels will be considered. Starting date and salary range are negotiable.
For more information, please contact either Dr. Pat Stelmachowicz (402:498-6522, stelmach@xxxxxxxxxxxx) or Dr. Mary Pat Moeller (402: 452-5015, moeller@xxxxxxxxxxx).