14.442, Support: Speech and Lang Sci: Funded PhD, Edinburgh

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Subject: 14.442, Support: Speech and Lang Sci: Funded PhD, Edinburgh

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Date:  Thu, 13 Feb 2003 08:21:43 +0000
From:  James Scobbie <jscobbie at qmuc.ac.uk>
Subject:  Speech and Lang Sci: Funded PhD, Queen Margaret University College

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Date:  Thu, 13 Feb 2003 08:21:43 +0000
From:  James Scobbie <jscobbie at qmuc.ac.uk>
Subject:  Speech and Lang Sci: Funded PhD, Queen Margaret University College



Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh, is allocating up to
eight funded PhD studentships of £6,555 p.a (plus a discretionary
allowance of up to £1,800 p.a and assistance with additional research
expenses). Fees will be waived.

In addition we have a range of other bursaries including Martlet
Scholarships for overseas students, which contribute towards the cost
of fees and special QMUC/Lothian University Hospitals NHS Trust
jointly funded studentships.


The Department of Speech and Language Sciences, offers PhD supervision
in one or more of the following areas:

-Use of ultrasound to measure tongue movements (Ref:SLS1)
-Changes in patterns of nonverbal communication associated with old age
 (Ref:SLS2)
-Voice quality in Down's Syndrome (Ref:SLS3)
-Instrumental approaches to diagnosis and/or treatment of speech
 disorders (Ref:SLS4)
-Motor speech control in adult stutterers (Ref:SLS5)
-Communication skills in older people with learning difficulties (Ref:SLS6)


See
http://www.qmuc.ac.uk/research/studentships.htm

and the department site at
http://sls.qmuc.ac.uk

For an application pack please contact:
Human Resources on 0131 317 3291(24 hrs)

or e-mail: Margaret Wimberley quoting the appropriate reference
number.

Completed applications should be returned by Monday 24 March 2003.

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