The Swallowing Lab is open to applications for two Doctoral Student and two Post-Doctoral Fellow positions available in 2019 under the supervision of Dr. Rosemary Martino.
Our work focuses on understanding swallowing impairment (dysphagia) and reducing its burden for patients, their caregivers and the community. The focus of these positions will be dysphagia in the adult population, particularly oropharyngeal dysphagia, secondary to neurological, cancer and cardiovascular etiologies. The candidate will have the opportunity to receive advanced training and opportunities with large registry data sets, videofluroscopic analysis, both qualitative and quantitative research methods and applied outcomes research in the clinical setting.
For full details on the positions available, please refer to the following postings:
An ideal candidate will be highly motivated, enthusiastic and able to work productively both independently and collaboratively with enthusiasm and poise.
If you are invited to meet with Dr. Martino, please be prepared to discuss, amongst other things:
- Expectations around working hours, meetings, reports, record keeping, program milestones
- Financial details