Rachel Goff-Albritton, PhD., CCC-SLP
Dr. Rachel Goff-Albritton is the Research Development Coordinator in the Office of Proposal Development at Florida State University Office for the VP for Research. She also is a certified speech-language pathologist with a passion for helping people with aphasia and their loved ones.
RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
IN THE OFFICE OF PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT (OPD)
AT FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
As the Research Development Coordinator within the Office of Proposal Development at FSU, Rachel conducts workshops and provides resources, primarily for junior faculty at FSU, on grantsmanship.
SERVING NORTH FLORIDA
Rachel provides group aphasia therapy to people with aphasia and their communication partners, as director of the Aphasia Community Group in Tallahassee.
She also provides individual assessments and treatment, on a per diem basis, for Capital Regional Medical Center and Signature Health and Rehab.
Doctor of Philosophy,
Communication Sciences and Disorders, Dec. 2013
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
Master of Science,
Speech and Hearing Sciences, May 2008
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.
Bachelor of Arts,
Communication Disorders and Sciences, April 2006
Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fl.