Thursday, January 21, 2010

Job in Washington: language/cognitive- communication disorders


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 For further information regarding this position, you may contact Dr. Solomon by email or by calling
(202) 782-8597

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