Cognitive-Communication Research Scientist
The Army Audiology and Speech Center at Walter Reed Army Medical Center is searching for a research scientist specializing in language/cognitive-communication disorders in adults. Expertise in traumatic brain injury and the assessment of cognitive-communication disorders is preferred. The primary responsibility of this position is to conduct independent research that is
relevant to the Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Clinic and Walter Reed Army Medical Center. This is a fully funded federal government position (GS 12/13) with competitive salary, excellent benefits, and an exceptional work environment. Candidates for the position must have a minimum of a doctoral degree in speech-language pathology, neuropsychology, or a related field, and be U.S. Citizens. Evidence of research productivity and external funding are highly desirable.
The Research Section of the Army Audiology and Speech Center has a strong history of clinically relevant research in both speech and hearing, and is highly regarded as a productive research center. Walter Reed Army Medical Center is the flagship of the US Army health care system. In 2011, we will be relocating to brand-new facilities at the new Walter Reed National Military
Medical Center in Bethesda, MD, directly across from the NIH campus. To inquire about this position, please provide a letter of interest and a curriculum vita to Dr. Nancy Pearl Solomon, Research Speech Pathologist, via email at Nancy.P.Solomon@US.army.mil. For further information regarding this position, you may contact Dr. Solomon by email or by calling
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