|Subject:||Position opening for a Masters student|
|From:||Raquel Vasconcelos <>|
|Date:||Mon, 29 Apr 2013 11:40:39 +0800|
Please find below (and in attachment) details regarding a position for a M.Sc. student to work on sound production and audition in toadfish at the University of Saint Joseph (Macau).
POSITION FOR MASTER STUDENT, University of Saint Joseph (Macau)
Applications are invited for a full-time master student to develop a thesis under the following research topic: “Auditory feedback in shaping auditory-vocal systems: insights from a fish model”.
The master student is expected to develop research, write a thesis and publish data in scientific peer-reviewed journals, as well as, to participate in general lab management tasks and maintenance of stock animals. Research activities will take place at the USJ science lab, but availability to work abroad (Hong Kong, Portugal, USA) might be needed.
Suitable candidates are those with a Bachelor degree or equivalent, and registered in a M.Sc. program in one of the fields: Biology, Medicine, Psychology, Biochemistry, Environmental Sciences, and Physics (acoustics/electronics). Students are expected to communicate mostly in English. Chinese language will be an advantage but not mandatory. Laboratory research experience is preferable. Conditions: 12 months duration, starting on September 2013; stipend circa 1250 USD per month.
Candidates should send an email with a copy of the CV (English) and a motivation letter to Raquel Vasconcelos m("usj.edu.mo","raquel.vasconcelos");">, as well as 3 contacts of potential referees. Use same email in case of any doubt regarding this application. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for final selection and interview. Position will remained opened until filled, but applications are expected before May 30th 2013.
“things look complicated until you understand them..."
- Jeff Hawkins
POSITION FOR MASTER STUDENT.pdf
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