Advertised Salary Range: Salary commensurate with qualifications.
Advertised Job Summary:
This position assists in providing leadership in research on several NIH-funded studies focused on early detection of autism and anxiety in high risk infants and children using multiple behavioral and physiological developmental indicators and the investigation of language phenotypes in children with fragile X syndrome and parents with the fragile X premutation. The fellow will work with the faculty principal investigators (Drs. Jane Roberts and Jessica Klusek) and their respective teams in helping with overall leadership of these research studies including recruiting participants, assisting in organizing and providing training, conducting assessments, writing articles and grant applications, conducting relevant literature reviews, and making professional presentations. This position is established in support of expanded research activities and projects.
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
PhD in Communication Sciences and Disorders or related field. Applicants must have PhD by date of hire.
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Internal Number: 84715
About The University of South Carolina
The University of South Carolina System is comprised of the state’s flagship university in Columbia (founded in 1801 and currently one of the top 50 “Best Colleges” according to U.S. News and World Report), three regional comprehensive universities (USC Aiken, USC Beaufort and USC Upstate), and Palmetto College consisting of four two-year campuses (USC Lancaster, USC Salkehatchie, USC Sumter, USC Union and Fort Jackson/Extended University). Together, the USC System institutions offer more than 450 degree programs on campus and online and are uniquely positioned to meet the state’s educational, cultural, health and research needs. The System employs nearly 14,000 people who work daily to improve the lives of students, fellow South Carolinians and the world. Our diverse engaged faculty and staff enjoy a dynamic and intellectually stimulating work environment.