Emory Voice Center Summer Research Internship Opportunity

The Emory Voice Center is pleased to announce an opening for a paid Summer Research Intern. Qualified applicants will be speech-language pathology graduate students in excellent academic standing, with an interest in voice research. The Internship is directed by Amanda I. Gillespie, PhD, CCC-SLP. The intern will work closely with voice center faculty (specifically Dr Gillespie), clinical and research staff, and will assist in clinical research projects, which include but are not limited to, learning research methods and techniques, data collection and analysis, and participant management. This experience will potentially result in publication and presentation.

The intern will also have the opportunity to observe all levels of clinical practice at the Emory Voice Center, such as multidisciplinary diagnostic voice, swallowing and upper airway clinics, speaking and singing voice therapy, modified barium swallow studies and FEES exams, and surgical procedures. The intern will participate in weekly voice rounds and Otolaryngology grand rounds.

Interested applicants should submit in one pdf a CV, unofficial school transcript, 2 letters of recommendation, and an essay (maximum 2 pages) detailing their interest and qualifications to amanda.i.gillespie@emory.edu no later than Feb 3, 2023. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required prior to start date. This internship does not support foreign visas, nor is it affiliated with the Emory Voice Center clinical fellowship program.

The internship runs from June 5- August 4, 2023. Start and end dates are flexible, to be agreed upon by selected intern & Dr. Gillespie.

For more information about the Emory Voice Center, please visit: emoryvoicecenter.org