The MUSC Hearing Research Program, in Charleston, S.C., is accepting applications for a Post-doctoral Scholar on age-related changes in hearing and speech recognition. This is a training opportunity to work with an interdisciplinary group of auditory scientists who use neuroimaging, electrophysiology, and psychoacoustic methods. The successful applicant will contribute to a neuroimaging study on speech recognition in older adults. There are also opportunities to interact with members of the MUSC Center for Biomedical Imaging that oversees the research-dedicated 3T Siemens Trio MRI scanner facility, as well as with members of our large neuroscience community. We seek applicants with expertise in audition, language, or attention. The successful candidate will have skills in at least one of the following areas: neuroimaging, programming, and statistics.
Please email Dr. Mark Eckert for additional information (eckert at musc.edu). Applicants should include a CV and a statement of interests. MUSC is located on the coastline, in the heart of historic Charleston.
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