As a postdoctoral associate in the largest comprehensive university-connected research foundation in the country, you will work closely with PI on an NIH-funded project investigating speech outcomes following bilateral stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease.
The trainee will perform tasks to include:
- Assist with recruitment of listener subjects.
- Conduct perceptual studies of intelligibility.
- Perform labor-intensive speech acoustic analyses as well as data reduction and management.
- With the PI, will also supervise student assistants and participate in training students to perform acoustic analyses and run listener subjects.
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