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Now Recruiting: PhD Students

We're looking to recruit a PhD student for Fall 2022! Current lab research is focused on #aphasia rehabilitation, counseling, adaptive computer-based anomia tx, aphasia games, and stakeholder engagement.  Applications due January 15th: https://shrs.pitt.edu/phdcsd/admissions. Please reach out to Dr. Evans if you are interested. 

This position will include collaboration and co-mentoring opportunities available with the rest of the Pittsburgh Translational Aphasia Research Initiative (PTARI) team: Dr. Michael Walsh Dickey, Dr. Sarah Elizabeth Wallace, and Dr. William Hula. Applications are *especially* encouraged from clinical SLPs with experience in aphasia/ adult neurogenics who want to address issues and answer questions they encountered in their own clinical practice.
 



Opportunities for Clinical Speech-Language Pathologists

We're always interested in collaborating and consulting with clinicians! If you're a clinician and interested in getting involved in research, please reach out to Dr. Evans.

Currently, the Pittsburgh Translational Aphasia Research Initiative (PTARI) is seeking a part-time contract SLP to run a monthly aphasia support group. Click here for posting info.


Aphasia Research Registry on Pitt+Me

If you are a person with aphasia or caregiver and interested in learning more about our current and future research studies at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, you can find out more information here. 
 

Research Opportunities for Students:

If you are an undergraduate or masters student, and would like to get involved in our research, please send us an email.