The primary responsibility of the position is to carry on an active program of clinical and/or basic research in hearing or balance. Specifically, this person will be expected to plan and implement experiments, seek extramural funding, mentor doctoral and post-doctoral trainees, and report research findings. There are no teaching or administrative responsibilities associated with this position. We will consider persons with a research interest in any area of hearing or balance, as long as their work is relevant to our clinical research mission. The salary is competitive, benefits are excellent and the work environment is exceptional. Candidates for the position must have completed a doctoral degree in audiology, hearing science, or a related field. Persons with post-doctoral research training and/or a few years of post-doctoral research experience will be regarded as more highly qualified. A publication record indicative of research productivity and a record of attracting extramural funding would be particularly attractive.
-- Ken W. Grant Walter Reed Army Medical Center Army Audiology and Speech Center Building 2, Room 6A53C Washington, DC 20307-5001 Work: 202-782-8596 Fax: 202-782-9228 email: grant@xxxxxxxxxxxxx