The Research Support Specialist will work full-time (37.5 hours per week), with 50% of their time supporting the UB Language Learning Lab (PI: Hendricks) and 50% of their time supporting the Adult Language Network Lab (PI: Castro), as follows:
* Both research labs are actively recruiting potential research participants, which requires administering a battery of assessments
* The UB Language Learning Lab is dedicated to research related to better understanding language learning among school-age children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, with the goal to improve the identification and treatment of language disorders.
* The Adult Language Network Lab is dedicated to research related to how adults retrieve words from memory, with the goal to improve word retrieval treatment outcomes for adults with aphasia.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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