The Ghent University is seeking a highly motivated and critical full-time PhD student in hearing research for an interdisciplinary research project ‘Portable Hearing Diagnostics: Monitoring of Auditory-nerve Integrity after Noise Exposure (EarDiMon)’ funded by the Ghent University Special Research Fund with a duration of four years.

Course Level: Grants are available to pursue the PhD program.

Eligible nationalities: Available for applicants of all nationalities.

Eligibility Criteria: Applicants must meet the following criteria:
The candidate must have a Master’s degree in Audiology, Medicine or Biomedical Sciences with the special interest in hearing research and EEG signals. Excellent research and clinical skills, as well as excellent oral and written communication skills in Dutch and English, are required. The candidate must be interested and willing to do research communication in the form of publications and active participation at national and international research conferences. The candidate must be able to work independently, but to take into account the deadlines of the whole project and hence being able to work in a team. The position will preferably start January 1, 2019, and at latest by Avril 2019. Review of applications will start in September, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.

Method of Application: Candidates can apply by sending their letter of motivation and CV before August 17, 2018. Eligible candidates will be invited for an interview in September 2018.

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