LINGUIST List 12.3107

Mon Dec 17 2001

Jobs: NIH PostDoc at Indiana University, IN USA

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  1. Darla Sallee, NIH Post-doc: at Indiana University, IN USA

Message 1: NIH Post-doc: at Indiana University, IN USA

Date: 14 Dec 2001 16:32:06 -0000
From: Darla Sallee <>
Subject: NIH Post-doc: at Indiana University, IN USA

Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: NIH Post-doc
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Indiana University
Department: Psychology
State or Province: IN
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: June 30, 2002
Contact: Darla Sallee

Address for Applications:
1101 E 10th Street
IN 47405

COMMUNICATION AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY: Indiana University is pleased to
announce the availability of up to three new NIH Postdoctoral
Traineeships in Speech, Hearing, and Sensory Communication. Post-docs
are available to qualified individuals with Ph.D.'s who may wish to
further their background and training in any of the following areas of
basic and clinical research: (1) Speech Perception and Production, (2)
Spoken Word Recognition and Lexical Access, (3) Auditory
Psychophysics, Hearing Science, and Experimental Audiology, (4)
Tactile Psychophysics and Communication, (5) Acoustic and Articulatory
Phonetics and Laboratory Phonology, (6) Perceptual and Cognitive
Development, (7) Clinical Phonetics and Phonology, (8) Sensory Aids
for the Hearing Impaired, (9) Individual Differences in Patients with
Cochlear Implants, (10) Language Development in Deaf Children with
Cochlear Implants.

The program welcomes individuals with background and previous training
in Speech and Hearing Sciences, Linguistics, Engineering,
Developmental and Experimental Psychology, and Cognitive
Science. Trainee salaries, consistent with current NIH guidelines,
range from $28,260 to $35,196 plus a modest travel allowance. Trainees
are expected to carry out original empirical and/or theoretical
research and collaborate with core professors and other research
scientists currently working in the laboratories and clinics in
Bloomington and the Medical School in Indianapolis.

Interested applicants are encouraged to send: (1) an up-to-date vita,
(2) a personal letter describing their specific research interests,
goals, and long-term career plans, and (3) reference letters from
three people who can describe the applicant's background, interests,
research potential and previous accomplishments as soon as
possible. Reprints and preprints should also be included with the
application letter.

Women, minority members, and handicapped individuals are strongly
urged to apply. Send all correspondence and materials to: Professor
David B. Pisoni, Program Director, Department of Psychology, Indiana
University, Bloomington, Indiana 47405, (812) 855-1155 FAX:
(812)855-1300, Email: (Indiana University is an
Affirmative Action Employer)
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