[AUDITORY] Postdoc position in auditory cognitive neuroscience and fMRI (=?UTF-8?Q?Bj=C3=B6rn_Herrmann?= )

Subject: [AUDITORY] Postdoc position in auditory cognitive neuroscience and fMRI
From:    =?UTF-8?Q?Bj=C3=B6rn_Herrmann?=  <herrmann.b@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Fri, 5 May 2023 17:54:18 -0400

Hi all, My lab is looking to hire a postdoc in auditory cognitive neuroscience and fMRI. We are located at the Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Academy in Toronto, Canada. The position is for two years with the possibility for extension, starting in the fall of 2023 or after (flexible). The application deadline is the 16th of June 2023. More details can be found here (or reach out to bherrmann@xxxxxxxx). https://www.auditoryaging.com/postdocpositionaudcogneuro The successful applicant will use behavioral methods and functional neuroimaging (fMRI) in younger and older adults to study how speech is processed by the brain. The postdoc must have advanced quantitative and computer skills, including the ability to program in Matlab or Python for experimental design and modern data analysis (e.g., machine learning, natural language processing models). The postdoc will further have the opportunity to develop other projects depending on their skills, interests, and the interaction with other lab members. We are committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcome applications from women, members of racialized groups/visible minorities, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, persons of any gender identity or gender expression, or any other aspect which makes them unique. Please forward to people you may think could be interested. Best wishes, Bjorn ---------- Bj=C3=B6rn Herrmann (PhD) Canada Research Chair in Auditory Aging (Tier II) Scientist, Rotman Research Institute Assistant Professor, Psychology, University of Toronto phone: +1 (416) 785 2500 ext. 2614 email: herrmann.b@xxxxxxxx web: www.auditoryaging.com Note: I may send emails on weekends, holidays, or late at night. This does not mean that I expect to hear back at these times.

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