LINGUIST List 11.1076

Thu May 11 2000

Support: Speech & Lang Disorders: PhD - Edinburgh UK

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Message 1: Speech & Language Disorders - PhD Scholarships/ Edinburgh, UK

Date: Thu, 11 May 2000 09:55:30 +0100
From: Scobbie, Jim <JScobbieQMUC.ac.uk>
Subject: Speech & Language Disorders - PhD Scholarships/ Edinburgh, UK


PhD Studentships - Starting September 2000

Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh, is allocating funded PhD
studentships of �6,555 p.a 
(plus a discretionary allowance of up to �2000 p.a and assistance with
additional research expenses). 

For further information please contact the person named below, or, for an
application form : 
Human Resources, 
Queen Margaret University College, 
Clerwood Terrace, 
Edinburgh, 
EH12 8TS 

(0131 317 3219 - 24 hours) 

to whom the completed application forms should be returned by 17 May 2000. 
(If difficulties with this tight institution-imposed deadline, esp if
overseas, please email the contact person & human resources).


Reference: SLS/1
Title: Neuropsychology of speech and language disorders in adults with
acquired brain trauma.
Contact: Dr Carmel Lum
Telephone No. 0131-317-3686
E-mail: clumqmuc.ac.uk 


Reference: SLS/2
Title: Instrumental analysis of stuttering.
Contact: Dr Alan Wrench
Telephone No. 0131-317-3692
E-mail: awrenchqmuc.ac.uk 


Reference: SLS/3
Title: Non-verbal communication following right hemisphere stroke: clinical
assessment and evaluation of social impact.
Contact: Dr Janet Beck
Telephone No. 0131-317-3164
E-mail: jbeckqmuc.ac.uk 
Reference: SLS/4

Title: The phonetics/phonology interface: instrumental analysis of
categorical and continuous aspects of connected speech.
Contact: Dr James M Scobbie 
Telephone No. 0131-317-3692
E-mail: jscobbieqmuc.ac.uk


Websites: < http://sls.qmced.ac.uk/ > and < http://www.qmuc.ac.uk/ > 
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