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The School of Medicine and Health Sciences of the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg invites applications for a

Professorship (W2; m/f/d)

Auditory Neuroscience

to start as soon as possible.

We seek a candidate with an internationally recognized track record in publication and successful grant acquisitions. The professorship should pursue basic experimental research in hearing. Experimental and computational approaches should be integrated. The use of state-of-the-art methods for controlling or modifying neural activity, and the study of neuronal populations, are of advantage.

Close cooperation within our existing research centres and interdisciplinary research programmes, such as the Research Centre Neurosensory Sciences and the Cluster of Excellence “Hearing4all” is expected.

The professorship will contribute to the teaching of biology and neuroscience, and related programmes. This includes teaching of statistics and programming skills. Teaching is expected at both undergraduate and graduate levels, in Bachelor-, Master- and PhD programmes. Teaching is in both English and German. Basic courses must be taught in German language within a reasonable period of time.

Preconditions for employment are specified in § 25 NHG. To increase the proportion of women in science, equally qualified female candidates will be given preference. Equally qualified applicants with disabilities will be considered preferentially. The position is suitable for pat-time employment.

Please submit your application as a single PDF file including a cover letter, a completed profile sheet  (, your curriculum vitae, a list of publications and of third-party funding, a teaching record and any other verification of your teaching qualification, a teaching concept, a research concept as well as copies of your credentials and of your five most important publications. It should be addressed to the Dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences and be submitted via email () as one pdf attachment by May 30th, 2021.


(Stand: 30.04.2021)