Rose Juhasz, PhD
Rose Juhasz, PhD will be research Program Coordinator for the Program Project Grant. She will be responsible for coordination and administrative oversight of all research and reporting activities relating to the program including supervision of the Research Management Team. She will assist Dr. Katz with strategic planning and implement assessment measures for documenting program milestones and benchmarks. Rose earned a doctorate in cognitive experimental psychology from Indiana University in 2005. Her pre- and post- doctoral training focused on cognitive, speech, and language outcomes in pediatric cochlear implant users and implant optimization strategies in adult cochlear implant users. Rose transitioned her career to research program management and research administration beginning with work within the Research and Faculty Support group at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business. At Ross, she managed a large multi-media and multidisciplinary behavioral research laboratory, conducted several large-scale program evaluation and design surveys, and provided instructional and research consulting services to faculty, students, and staff while building skills in team and project management. Through work within the Marketing Department, she gained experience in conjoint analysis, focus group, and consumer decision making research. Prior to joining CanSORT, she worked for three years in the Department of Psychiatry managing multiple research, training, and administrative components of a large longitudinal study examining health and lifespan development in families. She was also the Research Program Administrator for the International Substance Abuse Research Training Program dedicated to training post-docs and physicians from Eastern Europe in research methodology, ethics, and evidence-based medicine.