Brain Injury Researcher

Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation, Dallas, Texas
Date Submitted: Nov 18, 2020

Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation’s Research program is hiring a brain injury researcher. The Research Scientist will join a team of rehabilitation researchers and clinicians and will support the active program of brain injury research at BSWIR, which includes being one of 16 NIDILRR-funded Model Systems of Care in Traumatic Brain Injury. The scientist will also conduct their own line of innovative brain injury research, be actively engaged in writing grants, presenting findings to national audiences, and publishing their work in top peer-reviewed journals. Through these and other activities the scientist will help increase BSWIR’s position as a national leader in rehabilitation research.

The Research Scientist will conduct independent and collaborative research projects that are aligned with the strategic mission of the Research Office and Hospital to advance rehabilitation science. Their role will include participating in strategic planning efforts and reporting to appropriate entities; establish collaborative relationships within and across Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation clinicians and researchers plus external colleagues; be involved in national-level professional organizations; and establish develop and maintain relationships with funding sources.

Job-Specific Duties

Conducting ongoing brain injury-related research activities, plus activities to support ongoing brain injury research which will include writing grants, publishing findings, presenting at national conferences, and collaborating with local and national-level colleagues.

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Jennifer Walker

Human Resources Senior Recruiter