From Parmly Hearing Institute (William Yost )

Subject: From Parmly Hearing Institute
From:    William Yost  <WYOST(at)WPO.IT.LUC.EDU>
Date:    Tue, 10 Nov 1998 12:37:34 -0600

Postdoctoral and Graduate Education Opportunities POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN AUDITORY PERCEPTION The Parmly Hearing Institute of Loyola University of Chicago has an = opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow in the area of auditory perception/psycho= physics. The auditory perception faculty at Parmly includes, Dr. William = Yost, Dr. Raymond Dye, Dr. Stan Sheft, Dr. Andrew Lotto, and Dr. J.D. = Trout. Their work covers pitch perception, sound localization, echo = processing, temporal modulation processing, and speech perception. Both = empirical and modeling research projects are currently being pursued. The = Institute is looking for a researcher who can complement the current = auditory perception research being undertaken at the Parmly Hearing = Institute. The Postdoctoral Fellow is a one-year position renewable for up = to three years. The Fellow will hold the status of Research Associate at = Loyola University Chicago. The salary and fringe benefits are competitive. = To apply please send, a cover letter, vita, copy of recent publications, = and three letters of reference to William A. Yost, Parmly Hearing = Institute, Loyola University Chicago, 6525 N. Sheridan Rd, Chicago 60626, = 773-508-2710, FAX: 773-508-2719, wyost(at), SENSORY SYSTEMS GRADUATE EDUCATION Loyola University Chicago has strong programs in the sensory sciences, = especially hearing (including speech perception), vision, vestibular = function, mechanosensory lateral-line and electro-receptive systems. = Graduate degrees are available in Psychology (Ph.D.), Biology (M.S.), and = Neuroscience (M.S., Ph.D., and M.D./Ph.D.), and each provides an emphasis = in sensory processing. The Parmly Hearing Institute is the focus for the = study of sensory systems at Loyola and the Institute supports graduate = student stipends, tuition, and research for students who study sensory = systems in these degree-granting programs. Loyola has more than twenty = outstanding sensory researchers working in state-of-the-art laboratories. = The Parmly Hearing Institute provides a cohesive program for interaction = and cooperation among these faculty and students. Students can take = advantage of a challenging and exciting program of graduate and postdoctora= l training in the sensory sciences that has been integrated and coordinated= among the psychology, biology & neuroscience disciplines. * to learn more about these graduate training opportunities please = contact the appropriate program Dr. RICHARD BOWEN PSYCHOLOGY-PERCEPTION Program Loyola University Chicago 6525 N. Sheridan Rd. Chicago, IL 60626 773-508-3045 rbowen(at) Dr. E. J. NEAFSEY NEUROSCIENCE Graduate Program Loyola University Chicago 2160 S. First Ave Maywood, IL 60153 708-216-3355 eneafse(at) Dr. DIANE SUTER BIOLOGY Department Loyola University Chicago 6525 N. Sheridan Rd. Chicago, IL 60626 773-508-3285 dsuter(at) * to learn more about the Neuroscience Graduate Program please contact DeptWebs/nsai/nsgp/handbook.htm * to learn more about the Graduate School of Loyola University Chicago = please contact graduate.html McGill is running a new version of LISTSERV (1.8d on Windows NT). Information is available on the WEB at

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