LINGUIST List 13.2098

Thu Aug 15 2002

Jobs: Comp Ling: AsstProf, U/Illinois, Chicago USA

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  1. smalheiser, Jobs: Computational Ling: AsstProf, Univ/Illinois at Chicago, IL, USA

Message 1: Jobs: Computational Ling: AsstProf, Univ/Illinois at Chicago, IL, USA

Date: Wed, 14 Aug 2002 13:06:41 +0000
From: smalheiser <>
Subject: Jobs: Computational Ling: AsstProf, Univ/Illinois at Chicago, IL, USA

University or Organization: University of Illinois at Chicago
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas Required: Applied Linguistics, Cognitive Science,
Computational Linguistics, Semantics, Text/Corpus Linguistics, natural
language processing



An Assistant Professor (non-tenure track) position is available
immediately to join an interdisciplinary team working on a
neuro-informatics project as part of the NIH Human Brain Project. The
projects are centered at University of Illinois at Chicago College of
Medicine, but involve coordinating activities within a consortium of
leading research groups. The overall goal is to develop and test new
informatics tools to help scientists formulate hypotheses, assess
research findings and facilitate multi-laboratory collaborations.
Candidates should have PhD and/or MD degree, computer programming
experience and expertise in one or more of the following areas:
medical informatics, computational linguistics, natural language
processing, biomedical ontologies, computer visualization, data
mining, databases, user interface design or information
science. Please send CV, a statement of interests, and the names of
three references by e-mail to: Phone:
312-413-4581. UIC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Chair Faculty Search Committee c/o Ena Casas
	University of Illinois at Chicago
	Department of Psychiatry, MC912
	University of Illinois at Chicago, 1601 W. Taylor Street
	Chicago, IL 60612
	United States 
Position is open until filled.

Contact Information:
	Neil Smalheiser.

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