INFORMATION FOR THE TEAM
On this page you will find all sorts of lab information and resources that help you work successfully. The page is most useful for team members, but feel free to browse even if you are not part of the immediate team. This webpage is growing as the lab matures and documents may be updated from time to time.
As a new member of the Auditory Aging team, please read the following manuals as a means to become acquainted with lab procedures and resources. These documents are periodically updated; so check in from time to time.
Wiki & documentation
In the Auditory Aging box.com account, you will find lab-related documentations, Auditory Aging Logos, and other useful information that can help you with your work.
Visit Box.com for access to our lab resources (ask Bjorn for login information)
Prospective team members
Conducting our research is not a single-person enterprise but depends on our team members. We are always excited for people who are interested in our work and are motivated to join the lab.
Please read here, if you are interested in becoming a graduate student and work on auditory aging
If you are an undergraduate student and interested in volunteering, please read how to best contact me.
There are some skill that may help you to be successful within academic, but also outside of academia.
Attending to local, national, and international conferences is part of our work life that helps us to stay connected with other scientists and their work, present our own work and received feedback, and establish new networks and relationships. This link provides you with a list of conferences that we frequently attend or have attended in the past.
Below you find other useful resources that are not specific to the lab, but may still be helpful for you work.