Recruitment

We are currently recruiting PhD students for 15 projects

In accordance with EU regulations, the following eligibility criteria apply:

  1. The Master degree that qualifies for the PhD position must have been acquired within the 4 years preceeding the start of your appointment.
  2. The PhD researchers shall not have resided in the country of the recruiting party for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before the recruitment date and not have carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc) in that country (unless as part of a procedure for obtaining refugee status under the Geneva Convention).
    No.Project titleCountryDeadline
    1New approaches to assess the psychoacoustic properties of tinnitus and differentiate tinnitus sub-typesFrancePosition filled
    2Characterization of supra-threshold listening deficits in listeners with tinnitusDenmarkPosition filled
    3Neural markers of sustained perception: Clinical diagnostics for acute and chronic subjective tinnitusGermanyPosition filled
    4Relating a behavioral model and brain activity in mice by fMRIThe NetherlandsPosition filled
    5Biomarkers of tinnitus-induced distress in the biological fluids of tinnitus patientsGermany Position filled
    6Investigating the neurophysiological mechanisms of the Zwicker toneFrancePosition filled
    7Evidence-based measurement instruments for assessing tinnitus-related benefits from sound-based treatmentsUnited KingdomPosition filled
    8Focused fMRI to probe brainstem mechanism in tinnitusThe NetherlandsPosition filled
    9Measuring brain’s neurochemistry in tinnitus and hearing loss using non-invasive Magnetic Resonance SpectroscopyUnited KingdomPosition filled
    10Biophysical mechanisms of the imbalance between excitation and inhibition in tinnitus’ (short title: Cellular biophysics of tinnitus)The NetherlandsPosition filled
    11Stress-induced changes in the animal auditory systemGermanyPosition filled
    12Neural markers of sustained perception: Animal model for acute and transient subjective tinnitusGermanyPosition filled
    13Exploring innovative hearing aid techniques for tinnitus treatmentDenmark31 May 2018
    14Developing customized acoustic stimulation to improve tinnitusFrancePosition filled
    15Tinnitus management through electrical stimulation in cochlear implant usersBelgiumPosition filled