Senior Auditory Research Specialist
An auditory phenotyping and imaging core in the Johns Hopkins Department of Otolaryngology-HNS is seeking an experienced person to fill a Senior Auditory Research Specialist (staff scientist) to perform auditory phenotyping experiments and coordinate confocal microscopy for a group of hearing scientists. The Senior Research Specialist will work under the general supervision of faculty investigators in the Center for Hearing and Balance and will be part of an intellectually and culturally diverse work environment.
The Senior Research Specialist is expected to have an in-depth understanding of auditory research to carry out independent experiments and projects. The research involves collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data to be included in scientific manuscripts in collaboration with multiple hearing research laboratories. Experience in auditory evoked potential measurement and confocal microscopy skills is desired, and the ability to teach these skills one-on-one or in small groups is important. Participation in research conferences is encouraged, and there are opportunities to perform self-guided experiments within the context of the main laboratory projects. There is also potential for authorship.
Scientists with PhDs are encouraged to apply, but applicants appropriate experience without a PhD will be considered. For more information contact Amanda Lauer at email@example.com. To apply, please visit:
https://jobs.jhu.edu/job/Baltimore-Senior-Auditory-Research-Specialist-MD-21205/782628800/ or search for Requisition 62186 at jobs.jhu.edu.
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