Research Assistant Professor
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Posting Number – FRGV1100
Working Title – Research Assistant Professor
Number of Vacancies – 1.0
Location – Edinburg, Texas
Division/Organization – Division of Health Affairs
Tenure Status – Non Tenure Track
FTE – 1.0
Scope of Job – Applications are invited for a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and
Disorders, College of Health Professions, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. The person will work on projects
that investigate cochlear and efferent auditory mechanisms in children. In particular, the candidate will work on
developing and applying novel biomedical signal processing strategies for time-frequency analysis of otoacoustic
emissions and for other auditory signals. Candidate will be encouraged to work on independent projects and expected
to seek external grant funding. This position is 100% grant funded and is contingent upon availability of funds and
period of grant.
UTRGV faculty will be expected to demonstrate a strong commitment to research, student success and to advancing
the university, college, and program missions and are committed to UTRGV’s strategic plan, vision, mission, values,
and core priorities. https://www.utrgv.edu/strategic-plan/
Preferred Qualifications – Ph.D. in electrical engineering, speech and hearing sciences, signal processing, or a related discipline with some
experience in otoacoustic emissions and/or other auditory signals.
To apply for this job please visit careers.utrgv.edu.