Both post-doctoral and research audiologist positions are available in the lab of David Landsberger in the department of Otolaryngology at the New York University School of Medicine in New York City. The position will be offered for 2 years,
with a potential of extending the duration.
The research in the laboratory involves studying the interface between the electrode and the corresponding stimulated neurons with cochlear implants. Primary topics of interest involve reshaping electric fields in the cochlea, understanding
the relationship between rate and place coding throughout the cochlea, and working with patients who have both acoustic and electric hearing. Research methodology is primarily psychophysical; however, both objective measures and performance with experimental
speech processors are measured in the lab.
Ideal candidates will have strong technical skills as they will be expected to work on a technical level with cochlear implants. Strong interpersonal skills are also important. The candidate will be expected to work closely with patients.
Our group is structured collaboratively and it is important for the candidate to be a highly motivated team player. The candidate will be encouraged to seek their own funding and develop an independent career.
Interested applicants should contact David Landsberger at
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