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Job opening - neuroimaging position

Please email Dr. Mark Eckert (eckert@xxxxxxxx) for additional information about this position.


The Hearing Research Program at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston invites applications for an NIDCD-funded post-doctoral fellowship on age-related neural changes in speech recognition.  This is a 2-year training opportunity (funding available for up to 5 years) to work with an interdisciplinary group of auditory scientists who use neuroimaging, electrophysiology, and psychoacoustics methods.  The successful applicant will contribute to a 20-year longitudinal study on presbyacusis.  We seek applicants with peer-reviewed publications in audition, language, or attention.  The successful candidate will have skills in at least one of the following areas: neuroimaging, programming, and statistics.  Please email Dr. Mark Eckert (eckert@xxxxxxxx) for additional information.  Applicants should include a CV and a statement of interests.  MUSC is located on the coastline, in the heart of historic Charleston.