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COCHLEAR IMPLANT AND PSYCHOACOUSTIC RESEARCH IN CAMBRIDGE



Dear all,

Please bring the following job ad to the attention of any
suitably-qualified colleagues. As I am placing this ad on more than one
list, please accept my apologies if you receive this twice (or even thrice).

I will be happy to answer any preliminary queries. Please note that I will
be away from my email from the 12th-23rd June.

COCHLEAR IMPLANT AND PSYCHOACOUSTIC RESEARCH IN CAMBRIDGE

A three-year fixed-term scientific position is available at the MRC
Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK. The post has arisen as a
result of an externally funded grant entitled "Segregating concurrent
sounds in acoustic and electric hearing", awarded to Dr. Bob Carlyon in
collaboration with Dr. Colette McKay (University of Melbourne) and with the
cochlear implant centre at Addenbrooke's hospital, Cambridge. 

The successful applicant will be expected to help develop a programme of
cochlear implant research in Cambridge, and will have the opportunity to
perform parallel psychoacoustic experiments with normal listeners. It is
expected that the candidate will have gained a Ph.D. in auditory
(preferably cochlear implant) research, and will have up to three years
postdoctoral experience. 

The appointment will be on the MRC band 4 salary scale. The starting salary
will be in the range of 18,000 to 21,000 depending upon qualifications
and experience, rising by performance pay to a maximum of 28,900 per annum
supported by an MRC pension scheme.

A job description can be obtained from Philippa Hall on (01223) 402442 or
e-mail pah@mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk. Applications, including two copies of a full
CV and the names and addresses of two professional referees, along with a
copy of your most significant publication should be sent quoting reference
CBU/ CIPR to Johanna Webb, Personnel Officer, MRC Centre, Hills Road,
Cambridge CB2 2QH before the closing date of 9 July 1999. Preliminary
enquiries are most welcome and should be directed to Dr. Bob Carlyon by
email at bob.carlyon@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk. 



The Medical Research Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Medical Research Council operates a No Smoking Policy

Dr. Bob Carlyon
MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
15 Chaucer Rd.
Cambridge CB2 2EF
England
Phone: (44) 1223 355294 ext 720
Fax:   (44) 1223 359062
NOTE NEW EMAIL ADDRESS:
bob.carlyon@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk