The Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences is seeking a Research Speech Language Pathologist to join their team.
In this position, you will be expected to:
Comply with the policies and procedures established by the PSU Institutional Review Board regarding the management of research data.
Assist Dr. Fergadiotis with regulatory compliance and in maintaining the necessary institutional approvals.
Act as a liaison between the research team and clinical settings in the Portland Metro area.
Lead recruitment of study participants for the purposes of the project including presenting at clinical settings to promote the study.
Conduct language analysis according to the study protocol including analyzing responses on confrontation naming tests from individuals with stroke-induced aphasia, as well as aphasic language samples.
Assist Dr. Fergadiotis in organizing, managing, and cleaning the data.
Share results with Dr. Hula.
Assist in developing new protocols for addressing the Specific Aims of the grant as needed.
Depending on the candidate's career goals, and to the extent that they are consistent with the aims of the grant, they may be invited to participate in the dissemination of the research findings through publications and conference presentations.
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Possess a master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Certification of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Oregon license in Speech-Language Pathology will be required prior to the date of hire.
Ability to lead and work collaboratively with a research team.
Experience with working with people with adult neurogenic communication disorders, and specifically, stroke-induced aphasia.
HIPAA training and CITI human-subjects certification will need to be completed after date of hire but prior to involvement in the study.
A background check will be required.
Experience with outreach and professional networking.
Excellent organizational and time management skills.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Collaborative approach to research and other activities.
Experience facilitating scientific research, particularly in the field of speech, language, and hearing sciences or a closely related field.
Experience coordinating and updating paperwork with institutional review boards.
Experience analyzing aphasic language samples.
Familiarity with Excel (skills in R, Python, or related computer languages are a plus).
Ability to participate in a supportive and learning environment for students, staff and faculty.
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