As Research Audiologist, reporting to the Senior Director, Hearing Science & Technology, and working as an integral member of the Translational Research Center of Excellence, you will bring the clinical audiological perspective into Decibel’s translational research projects. You will be responsible for conducting in-house human subject research using both traditional and novel/ experimental audiologic assessment approaches and tools, and to collaborate with external partners on the design and execution of sponsored research studies.
This role requires an Audiology degree and clinical certification, as well as a keen interest and capability in audiology research, e.g. as demonstrated by having received additional formal research training or research experience through participation in hearing research studies.
Audiology degree with 2+ years of clinical practice
Licensed (or willing to obtain such) to practice audiology in the state of Massachusetts
Current certification (CCC-A or Board Certified)
Note that there is no expectation for clinic time in this role
Work experience and demonstrated expertise:
Research training and experience, e.g. from participation in research studies to leading research projects, co-author on peer-reviewed publications
Exposure to data analysis and interpretation
Experience with basic data visualization, statistical packages
Decibel is building the world’s first comprehensive, integrated drug discovery, translational research, and drug development platform to protect, repair, and restore hearing. Founded by world-leading hearing experts and launched in late 2015 by Third Rock Ventures with SR One, Decibel is committed to creating a world in which the benefits and joys of hearing are available to all. Decibel is headquartered in Boston, MA.