[visionlist] postdoctoral opportunity in auditory research
ionefine at uw.edu
Tue Nov 3 17:29:59 -04 2020
Apologies for posting an call for an auditory postdoctoral fellowship on a vision mailing list ...
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Ione Fine, ionefine at uw.edu
Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunities
University of Washington, Seattle
The community of auditory and other communication neuroscientists at the University of Washington invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship supported by the Auditory Neuroscience Training Grant (ANTG) program.
Mentors are drawn from multiple departments across three schools or colleges, including Psychology, Biology, Speech and Hearing Sciences, Genome Sciences & Medical Genetics as well as Otolaryngology, Bioengineering and Biological Structure. Potential mentors include: Olivia Bermingham-McDonogh, Eliot A Brenowitz, Andrew Brown, Ione Fine, David Gire, Mary-Claire King, Bonnie Lau, Adrian KC Lee, Ludo Max, David J. Perkel, James O Phillips, Chantel Prat, David W Raible, Jay T Rubinstein, Yi Shen, Julian Simon, Joseph Sisneros, William Spain and Jennifer Stone. Applicants should contact potential mentors prior to submitting an application. Links to mentor websites can be found here.
The fellowship is funded by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, National Institutes of Health. Applicants must be US citizens or have permanent resident status. Fellows are initially appointed for one year with a possibility of extending to a second year based on performance. Applications should include a cover letter describing background and training goals, three letters of support (one from the proposed mentor), a curriculum vitae and a research proposal including Rationale, Aims and Methods (limit to a 3 single-spaced pages including all figures and tables with a list of citations on a separate page). Applicant's materials should be sent as a single PDF file to Adrian KC Lee, co-Program Director, at . Letters of recommendation should be sent by the letter writers directly to Dr. Lee. Deadline for submission of applications is December 11, 2020. See application cover sheets below.
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