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Sun Feb 11 2001

Support: Phonetics/Phonology: PhD - Edinburgh

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Message 1: Phonetics/Phonology: PhD - Queen Margaret Univ College, Edinburgh

Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2001 13:39:43 -0000
From: Dr James M Scobbie <jscobbieqmuc.ac.uk>
Subject: Phonetics/Phonology: PhD - Queen Margaret Univ College, Edinburgh

Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh, an independent university,
seeks applicants for PhD Studentships in Speech and Language Sciences
(including disorders) to begin September 2001.The University College is
allocating funded PhD studentships of �6,555 p.a (plus a discretionary
allowance of up to �1800 p.a and assistance with additional research
expenses).

For further information please contact the named person, or for an
application form: Human Resources, Queen Margaret University College,
Clerwood Terrace, Edinburgh, EH12 8TS (0131 317 3291 - 24 hours) to whom the
completed application forms should be returned by Friday 30 March 2001. Web
sites http://sls.qmced.ac.uk http://www.qmuc.ac.uk

We welcome applications for studentships in the following areas:

1. Acquisition of prosody in monolingual and bilingual children

Contact: Dr Ineke Mennen

Telephone: 0131- 317-3757

E-mail: imennenqmuc.ac.uk

Reference No: SLS/1

2. Integrated assessment of non-verbal behaviour in normal and disordered
communication

Contact: Dr Janet Beck

Telephone: 0131-317-3164

E-mail: jbeckqmuc.ac.uk

Reference No: SLS/2

3. Non-verbal behaviour following right hemisphere stroke and in a normally
ageing population

Contact: Dr Janet Beck

Telephone: 0131- 317-3164

E-mail: jbeckqmuc.ac.uk

Reference No: SLS/3

4. Dynamic tongue modelling as an aid to surgical intervention

Contact: Dr Alan Wrench

Telephone: 0131- 317- 3692

E-mail: awrenchqmuc.ac.uk

Reference No: SLS/4

5. Contemporary aspects of the phonetics and phonology of Scottish English:
an experimental socio-phonetic approach

Contact: Dr James M Scobbie

Telephone: 0131- 317- 3692

E-mail: jscobbieqmuc.ac.uk

Reference No: SLS/5
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