PhD position in Toulouse (Samuele Carcagno )

Subject: PhD position in Toulouse
From:    Samuele Carcagno  <sam.carcagno@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Fri, 8 Jun 2012 15:39:07 +0200

Message from Pascal Barone (Toulouse, France). Please reply to him, not to me (SC). ------------------------------------------- The "Processing dynamics and cortical interactions" group at CERCO (Toulouse, France) offers a PhD position in the area of auditory neuroscience. This position is available in the framework of a collaboration between our laboratory, the ENT department of the hospital, and a cochlear implant company. The project is concerned with the neuronal mechanisms of the cortical plasticity associated to deafness. The project will involve psychoacoustical protocols to evaluate the behavioral impact of deafness on both linguistic and paralinguistic aspects. Brain imaging (fRMI, EEG and PET scan) will be combined with the behavioral approach. We are looking for a highly motivated candidate with a master degree in Cognitive Neuroscience, Psychoacoustics, or a related discipline. Programming skills in Matlab are expected, as well as an aptitude to work in a clinical environment, with deaf patients. Experience with fMRI is an advantage. The position is for 3 years. Send CV and letter of motivation before June 30^th to Olivier Deguine (CHU Purpan). deguine.o@xxxxxxxx <mailto:deguine.o@xxxxxxxx> Pascal Barone (Cerveau & Cognition). pascal.barone@xxxxxxxx <mailto:Pascal.barone@xxxxxxxx>

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