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I am anticipating an opening for a postdoctoral researcher, funded by
NIH, in my laboratory at the University of South Carolina.
The work primarily involves the perception of spectral & temporal
speech information, and is performed primarily in normal-hearing
listeners. Additional work is performed in hearing impaired listeners.
Opportunities also exist to work with our population of cochlear implant
Additional information may be found on our web site
Candidates having doctoral training in a field closely related to
hearing science are invited to apply informally to me via email.
Proficiency with programming languages including MATLAB is desired, but
not required. The initial period will be one year starting Fall 2007,
and will be renewable assuming satisfactory performance. Formal letters
of application and reference may be requested.
The Department is an exciting place to be. Since 2001, we have added
five new tenure-track faculty, and we are recruiting two more. Many
more research-track and postdoctoral positions have been added. The
result is a rich environment filled with active researchers. Here in
the Laboratory, we have been fortunate enough to have forged effective
collaborations across the University (e.g., Psychology, Engineering,
Physics, and Medicine) and at a number of other institutions
Information on Columbia, SC, an increasingly progressive Southern city
of moderate size having a mild climate, is here:
Eric W. Healy, Ph.D.
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208