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PhD and Postdoc Positions at Northwestern

Dear Colleagues:

We have PhD and Postdoc positions available through a recently awarded
NIH training grant to support individuals with interests in
translational (bench-to-bedside) research in communication sciences
and disorders.  US citizenship/permanent residency is required to be
appointed as a trainee on this NIH training grant.  Please see ad

More information about our research programs can be found here:


Patrick Wong
Associate Professor
Communication Sciences & Disorders
Northwestern University  +1 847 491 2416 (phone)
2240 Campus Drive        +1 847 491 2429 (fax)
Evanston, IL 60208         FSB 3-365 (office location)

Email: pwong@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Webpage: http://www.soc.northwestern.edu/wong/index.html

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Northwestern
University is pleased to announce the availability of PhD and
postdoctoral fellow positions, funded by an NIH translational research
training grant.  The goal of the grant is to train young scientists in
translational research in communication sciences and disorders,
bridging basic and clinical research.  Special emphasis is placed on
translational projects related to sensory reception, motor control,
and language processing. Postdoctoral candidates must hold a PhD in
Communication Sciences and Disorders, Cognitive Science, Linguistics,
Neuroscience, or a related field.

Trainees will receive funding for two years on this project.
Additional funding is available for funding beyond the two years of
this project.  Interested candidates should send a cover letter
stating your research interests and career goals, CV, and two letters
of recommendation to Chuck Larson, Chair, Communication Sciences and
Disorders, Northwestern University, 2240 Campus Dr., Evanston, IL

Applications will be reviewed quarterly, but it is anticipated that
most positions will be filled at the beginning of the academic year in