LINGUIST List 10.1304

Tue Sep 7 1999

Jobs: Computational & Russian Ling, Neurolinguistics

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  1. CHayes4779aol.com>, Linguists/Computational & Russian
  2. Yosef Grodzinsky, Research Assistant, Neurolinguistics Laboratory, Aphasia Research Center, Boston

Message 1: Linguists/Computational & Russian

Date: Fri, 3 Sep 1999 10:55:39 EDT
From: CHayes4779aol.com> <CHayes4779aol.com>
Subject: Linguists/Computational & Russian

Company in Fairfax, VA is looking to hire a Computational 
Linguist and a Russian linguist. 30-80 hours per month, as needed. Salary 
depends on qualifications and experience. Must have US citizenship. 
Security clearance preferred. E-mail resume to <DamicoLynneyahoo.com>
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Message 2: Research Assistant, Neurolinguistics Laboratory, Aphasia Research Center, Boston

Date: Sat, 04 Sep 1999 20:57:54 +0000
From: Yosef Grodzinsky <yosef1Princeton.EDU>
Subject: Research Assistant, Neurolinguistics Laboratory, Aphasia Research Center, Boston

Research Assistant, Neurolinguistics Laboratory, Aphasia Research
Center, Boston

The Neurolinguistics Laboratory at the Aphasia Research Center,
Department of Neurology, Boston University School of Medicine is
seeking a Research Assistant. Our laboratory (directed by Drs. Yosef
Grodzinsky and Edgar Zurif) studies brain/language relations and
focuses on syntax.

We carry out our investigations through the study of a. Linguistically
selective impairments subsequent to focal brain damage (aphasia);
b. The time course of normal and pathological sentence processing;
c. Sentence comprehension in functional neuroimaging.

Our research assistants are involved in all projects. A successful
candidate will have an undergraduate degree in linguistics or
psycholinguistics, some background in statistics, and computer
literacy (Excel, Word, Powerpoint at least).

Applicants should send resumes to Dr. Edgar Zurif, either by mail to:
Volen Center for Complex Systems, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
02254, or by fax to: (781) 736-2398.

Availability: immediate.

The Aphasia Research Center is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
employer

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