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TWO Lectureships (assistant professorships) in Audiology



As I am simply forwarding this advert to the list, please direct all
enquiries to c.overington@ucl.ac.uk

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON
ROYAL FREE AND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICAL SCHOOL
Institute of Laryngology & Otology School of Audiology

TWO Lectureships in Audiology

The Institute of Laryngology and Otology is a premier research and teaching
institute for audiology and ENT in the UK. The ILO is based within the Royal
National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital, which offers many advantages for
teaching and research by providing an excellent infrastructure and patient
base. A new building for the UCL Centre for Auditory Research is currently
being constructed at the site.

The School of Audiology offers a new BSc course in Audiology, two MSc
courses for Scientists and one for ENT Surgeons in addition to research
leading to PhDs.

The School of Audiology now wishes to appoint two lecturers in Audiology to
undertake teaching and management of some Audiology course modules on the
undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. In addition the candidates will
be expected to attract grant funding and contribute significantly to the
research profile of the School. A record of research, publications and
experience of teaching would be an advantage.

Post A will be concerned with clinical Audiology with particular emphasis on
vestibular science.
Post B will be concerned with psychophysics and physiology of hearing
particularly with a research bias in this area.

Applications are invited from audiologists, psychologists, physiologists,
physicists or researchers in hearing. Salary will be on the Lecturer B scale
points 14-16 (28,498 to 30,660 plus London Allowance of 2,134) depending
on qualifications and experience.

Closing date: 09/04/04

Interviews may take place between the 26th-30th April 2004

Further particulars can be obtained from Mrs Cheryl Overington:
c.overington@ucl.ac.uk or by phone 44 20 7915 1518

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