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
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.