Subject: Postdoc position available From: Emily Buss <ebuss(at)MED.UNC.EDU> Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 16:50:13 -0400
Post Doctoral Fellowship in the Physiology of Perception, Otoacoustic Emissions and/or Psychophysics Duke University Medical Center and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill A post doctoral fellowship is currently available. Funds were awarded to utilize otoacoustic emissions and psychophysics to study the role of the medial olivocochlear efferent system in perception in humans. This project, is a collaboration between the Duke University Medical Center Hearing Research Laboratories (Drs. David W. Smith and Roger L. Miller) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Drs. Emily Buss, John H. Grose and Joseph W. Hall). Qualifications include an earned doctorate in hearing science, cognitive neuroscience, psychology or engineering and experience in physiological recordings (particularly otoacoustic emissions) and/or psychophysics (with either human or non-human animal subjects). Proficiency with the programming and use of computer-based data acquisition and analysis (MATLAB, LabView and Tucker-Davis Technologies) is highly desirable. Send a CV, statement of research interests and the names and contact information of at least three references to: David W. Smith, Ph.D., Director, Hearing Research Laboratories, Box 3550, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina, 27710. All applicants will be contacted in early August to discuss the position. Please respond by postal mail, as summer schedules will make phone and e-mail replies difficult.