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Tue Apr 19 2005
Jobs: Phonetics: Post Doc, University of Cincinnati
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Phonetics: Post Doc, University of Cincinnati, OH, USA
Message 1: Phonetics: Post Doc, University of Cincinnati, OH, USA
From: Suzanne Boyce <boyceseemail.uc.edu>
Subject: Phonetics: Post Doc, University of Cincinnati, OH, USA
University or Organization: University of Cincinnati
Department: Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Phonetics
The University of Cincinnati Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
invites applications for a two-year research associate/postdoctoral position.
The major goal of the project is to develop models of speech production for
articulatorily complex sounds, using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI),
ultrasound and acoustical data. A secondary goal is to translate findings into
clinically useful strategies for teaching speech production. The primary
responsibilities of the successful candidate will be to participate as a member
of the research team in the development of acoustical and articulatory modeling
strategies, plus the development of a public data-sharing website.
The successful candidate should have completed a higher degree in Linguistics,
Speech Pathology, Psycholinguistics, Psychology, Computer Science, or a related
field, and have an interest in phonetics. The candidate should also have
demonstrated interests and experience in phonetic/phonological theory, speech
motor control, acoustical analysis, computer modeling, or speech science.
The NIH-funded project is a cooperative effort among researchers at University
of Cincinnati, Haskins Laboratories, and the University of Maryland. The
University of Cincinnati is a major research university and part of the public
university system of the state of Ohio. Its location in Cincinnati, Ohio
provides a large selection of cultural, intellectual, and athletic activities
together with a convenient lifestyle and a low cost of living.
The two-year position carries a starting salary range of $40,000-$45,000, with
fringe benefits. The final salary will be arranged based on experience and
qualifications. There is some flexibility in starting time for this position,
but ideally we would expect employment to begin in fall of 2005. Applications
will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. To apply,
please send the following documents:
(1) a curriculum vitae.
(2) the names and email addresses of 2-4 people who know your work well and
will be available as references. Do not ask for letters to be sent at this time.
The University of Cincinnati is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
and encourages applications from women and minorities.
Address for Applications:
Dr. Suzanne Boyce
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
3202 Eden Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0379
United States of America
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Dr. Nancy Creaghead
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