Visiting Scholars

 

Program

 

The Cochlear Center hosts faculty from other academic institutions as visiting faculty who are interested in learning about the Center’s programs, working or training with Center faculty, and developing potential collaborations. Some visiting fellows may also choose to enroll in summer institute courses at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.

 

Funding for Visiting Faculty is limited and is considered on a case-by-case basis depending on the availability of funds. These funds can be used to defray travel, tuition and living costs in Baltimore. Visiting faculty positions can range from just a few weeks to a year.

 

Eligibility

 

All candidates must hold a faculty position at another academic or equivalent institution. Candidates are responsible for securing their own funding for travel, living and all other costs associated with their Visiting Faculty tenure at the Cochlear Center. Funding may occasionally be available to help defray these costs.

 

Visiting faculty interested in the summer institute courses at JHSPH should apply for these on their own independent of their application to the Cochlear Center.

 

How to Apply

 

Faculty from other academic institutions interested in visiting the Cochlear Center should send the following materials:

  • ≤ 2 page letter providing candidate background, academic/research interests, reasons for wanting to visit the Cochlear Center, and dates of wishing to visit the Cochlear Center
  • CV or NIH biosketch
  • Pending review of these materials, candidates will be contacted to provide additional information and/or to schedule a preliminary phone interview

 

Applications are accepted on a year-round basis and should be submitted at least 6 months before the desired start of the visit. All materials should be submitted to Shannon Smitherman, Academic Program Coordinator, at hearingsph@jhu.edu.

 

Applicants are encouraged to reach out in advance to Center faculty with whom they wish to work to discuss Visiting Faculty opportunities.

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