PROSPECTIVE LAB MEMBERS

The life of a research lab depends on its people. We are always excited for people who are interested and motivated to join the lab.

  • There are some skill that may help you to be successful within academic, but also outside of academia.

  • If you are an undergraduate student and interested in volunteering in my lab, please read how to best contact me.

  • Interested in becoming a graduate student and work on auditory aging, please read here.

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

​Applying for funding has many benefits. You become more independent, learn how to write and think concisely, and it boosts your CV lots.

Potential funding opportunities are:

HOW TO CREATE A CV?

There are different ways of structuring your CV, but a few basics are common to most academic CVs. I recommend:

  • Your CV informs another person about you. Provide clear structure and avoid unorthodox design choices

  • Think about what the reader may want to know first. Education, funding, awards, and publications are often first skimmed on academic CVs. Make sure they can find it quickly.

  • You may adjust your CV according to your career stage. Some things that were relevant in the past may not be anymore.

  • Look at other CVs. How are they structured? What works well?

HOW TO CREATE A POSTER?

Coming soon

LINKS & INFORMATION

Here you will find resources supporting everyday research activities.

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