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Mon Jan 7 2002

Jobs: Speech Production PostDoc, U/MD Baltimore USA

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  1. Maureenlinguistlist.org, Stonelinguistlist.org, PhD, Post-Doctoral Candidate: University of Maryland Dental School, MD USA

Message 1: Post-Doctoral Candidate: University of Maryland Dental School, MD USA

Date: 2 Jan 2002 22:00:17 -0000
From: Maureenlinguistlist.org, Stonelinguistlist.org, PhD <mstoneumaryland.edu>
Subject: Post-Doctoral Candidate: University of Maryland Dental School, MD USA


Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Post-Doctoral Candidate
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: University of Maryland Dental School 
Department: Oral and Craniofacial Biological Sciences
State or Province: Maryland
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: September, 2002
Contact: Maureen Stone, PhD mstoneumaryland.edu

Address for Applications:
666 W. Baltimore St., Rm 5-A-12
Baltimore
MD 21201
USA

POST-DOCTORAL POSITION IN SPEECH SCIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND,
BALTIMORE

The Vocal Tract Visualization Laboratory is pleased to announce the
availability of up to two new NIH Postoctoral Traneeships in Speech
Science. The Vocal Tract Visualization Laboratory is a biomedically
oriented laboratory studying vocal tract and tongue activity during
speech and swallowing (see also http://speech.umaryland.edu). The
laboratory is based at the University of Maryland Dental School, in
the Departments of Oral and Craniofacial Biology, and Orthodontics.
Collaboration is also done at a number of neighboring laboratories at
the University of Maryland Medical School and School of Engineering,
the University of Delaware Dept of Computer and Information Systems,
and the Johns Hopkins University School of Engineering. These
collaborations ensure access to a variety of research facilities and a
diverse intellectual atmosphere.

The potential fields of study are flexible and include the general
areas of vocal tract physiology, oral-pharyngeal motor control,
instrumentation development, speech production and swallowing. We
expect the trainee will work with us on some of our current grant
supported research, and develop his or her own original research as
well. The preferred candidate should have a background in anatomy and
physiology of the head and neck, linguistics, cognitive science,
speech science, or related fields, and strong analytical skills.
Trainee salaries are consistent with current NIH guidelines, and
include a modest travel allowance.

The positions will begin in 2002, with a flexible start date. Please
send (1) a letter of interest describing research interests, goals and
career plans, (2) a current curriculum vitae (3) three letters of
reference and (4) recent publications to:

Maureen Stone, PhD, Professor
Department of Oral and Craniofacial Biological Sciences
University of Maryland Dental School 
666 W. Baltimore Street, 5-A-12 
Baltimore, MD, 21201 
tel: 410-706-1269
fax: 410-706-0193

	Or by email to: mstoneumaryland.edu

Credentials will be reviewed when received. Hiring decisions will be
made as rapidly as possible. The University of Maryland is an equal
opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity.
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