(Fwd) (Rhodri Cusack )

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From:    Rhodri Cusack  <CUSACKR(at)PSYCHO1.BHAM.AC.UK>
Date:    Sat, 30 Mar 1996 12:23:58 GMT

Dear Auditory List subscriber, A research fellowship that was originally advertised in the U.K. last November has unexpectedly become available again, but has not yet been formally readvertised. It might prove particularly suitable for a British national currently working in North America. It may also be possible to employ a U.S. or Canadian national, though employing non-European Union citizens can prove difficult given employment legislation. The position is postdoctoral, BBSRC funded, tenable for 3 years, and should if possible commence by October this year. The project title is "Spectral Regularity and Scene Analysis in Hearing." The research will be in collaboration with me (Brian Roberts) in the School of Psychology at the University of Birmingham, UK. The project will primarily focus on human experimental work rather than computational modelling. Anyone potentially interested in this position is advised to contact me as soon as possible for further information. PLEASE USE THE FOLLOWING EMAIL ADDRESS FOR REPLIES: b.roberts(at)bham.ac.uk Many thanks, Brian Roberts.

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