2 Postdoc Positions on early neurodevelopment of auditory temporal processing

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  • Type d'offre : CDD
  • Ville : Amiens (France) / Hamilton (Canada
  • Statut : Recrutement en cours
Date d'arrivée à l'ITMO : Jeudi 20 Janvier 2022

2 Postdoc Positions on early neurodEvelopment of auditory temporal processing

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Texte de l'offreTwo postdoctoral research positions are available in the framework of the International collaborative research project between France and Canada, BabyMusic, funded by la fondation pour l'audition. This project which is based on a bimodal neuroimaging approach (high resolution electroencephalography and high density functional near-infrared spectroscopy), aims to investigate the capacities related to auditory rhythm perception during very early neurodevelopment starting from premature neonates to infants during the first year of life. The Post-doctoral researchers will be welcomed at McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind (directed by Prof. Laurel Trainor), Hamilton, Canada, and at INSERM U1105, Groupe de Recherches sur l'Analyse Multimodale de la Fonction Cérébrale (directed by Prof. Fabrice Wallois), Amiens, France. The successful candidates will be working in committed, interdisciplinary teams in Canada and France with many years of internationally renowned expertise in cognitive and developmental neuroscience, neurocognition of music, and clinical care of neonates. The post-doctoral fellows will be working in collaboration with both laboratories in France and Canada, and joining two groups of researchers, graduate students, and postdocs, while having the majority of the research conducted in one of the laboratories.
Date de fin de publication :01/09/2022
Type d'emploiPost-Doctorat - Post-Doctoral position
Type de contratCDD
Rémunération brut mensuelles4000
Date limite de candidature01/09/2022
Date début de fonction01/09/2022
Information contactDr. Sahar Moghimi,, copying Prof. Fabrice
Wallois,, and Prof. Laurel Trainor

Dr. Sahar Moghimi,, copying Prof. Fabrice
Wallois,, and Prof. Laurel Trainor

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