The University of Michigan, Kresge Hearing Research Institute is seeking a full-time postdoctoral position available to join a dynamic team that includes basic and translational scientists, audiologists, and surgeons. The position will involve running an NIH-Brain-Initiative funded clinical trial to test an innovative treatment paradigm with adult tinnitus subjects at the Kresge Hearing Research Institute. Responsibilities include psychophysical, electrophysiological and psychosocial testing under approved research protocols and pre- and post-treatment assessment. Responsibilities will also include subject recruitment and coordination, audiological testing, maintenance of research and clinical records and participation in the analysis, interpretation and presentation of research results.
Au.D. and some clinical experience working with patients with tinnitus is required. The applicant should have excellent interpersonal skills and organizational skills. This classification requires Primary Source Verification.
Ph.D. in a hearing-related field and previous research experience is highly desirable. Certification of Clinical Competence in Audiology, awarded by the American Speech and Hearing Association is desirable. This classification requires Primary Source Verification.
Please contact Dr. Susan Shore (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a CV and names of 3 references.
About University of Michigan
Established in 1904, the University of Michigan’s Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery is one of the oldest otolaryngology departments in the country. We have a long tradition of excellence and innovation in diagnosing, treating and rehabilitating ear, nose and throat patients. Our department is a research leader, with research programs in head and neck cancer, health services, neurolaryngology and hearing. Our world-renowned Kresge Hearing Research Institute, established in 1961, consists of a diverse and dedicated group of scientists and physicians working on basic and clinical aspects of hearing and balance, in health and disease.