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Lecureship in Hearing Science Manchester University
Please see the advert below for a new lectureship position in Hearing
Science at the University of Manchester. We are seeking a motivated
researcher in translational hearing research, with background in one
of the following fields: cochlear implants, signal processing,
electrophysiology, paediatric audiology or neural imaging. Other
related fields will be considered. Full details can be found at the
Lecturer in Hearing Science
School of Psychological Sciences
Hearing, Communication and Deafness Division
Closing date: 04/12/2008
The Audiology and Deafness research group in the School of
Psychological Sciences is a leading group in the UK for applied
research in audiology and deafness. Following a recent Chair
appointment in Applied Hearing Research, we seek to strengthen this
area further with an appointment at lecturer level to help take
forward exciting new research aimed at improving outcomes for hearing
The group also delivers teaching programmes in audiology and deaf
education, and contributes teaching to the Psychology programmes in
cognate areas such as auditory perception. You would join other
members of the team in teaching and administrative duties.
A background or experience in one of the following areas would be
advantageous: cochlear implants, signal processing, electrophysiology,
paediatric audiology or neural imaging. You should possess a PhD in a
relevant discipline, and will have a developing track record of
peer-reviewed publications and evidence of your potential to obtain
external research funding.
The appointment is subject to a satisfactory enhanced CRB disclosure.
£32,458 - £44,931 p.a.
Professor Colette McKay
Tel: + 44 (0) 161 306 1671