Requirements include collecting and analyzing data; reviewing literature; drafting, revising and producing study reports.
She presented a talk titled "Coordination Within Teams and The Cost of Health Care" as part of the CSSI Seminar series.
The group cited her “outstanding leadership in conducting critical research to identify and address the many issues concerning endocrine disruptors.”
The Department of Communication Disorders is is seeking applicants for the position of Speech-Language pathologist/Clinical Instructor. It is a full-time benefitted position. This position is designed to train/supervise students in clinical practicum and to provide direct clinical services to individuals with communication disorders in the on-campus Speech/Language Pathology (SLP) clinic.
The event will be held on Sunday, November 20th, from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm in the Campus Center, and will offer lectures, workshops, and panel discussions on a variety of exercise-and health-related topics for older adults.
Graduate student award recipients include Kate Hayes, Jocelyn Hafer, Cori Serviente, Brittany Masteller, and Erica Casto.
The article examines her research using choral breathing and vocal warm-ups and singing with a Parkinson's support group.
The event will be held November 18, 2016 in the UMass Campus Center.
Chambers was recognized for her work as President and CEO of the American Parkinson Disease Association.
She and her colleagues examined step data from 3,388 participants in the study.