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Positions

We are looking for qualified individuals interested in pursuing auditory physiology.

Research Assistant Positions (U.S. Ph.D. candidates only, No M.S.) are pressently available on grant projects:

Organization of SpectroTemporal Receptive Fields in the Auditory Midbrain

Developmental Models of Learning Disabilities

To inquire, please contact Monty A. Escabí

 

 

 

 

 

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