PhD Announcement: EBRAMUS

The following is an interesting announcement I just received.

EBRAMUS is a consortium of European research centres based in France, Germany, Belgium, Great Britain, and Poland (for further information:

EBRAMUS offers a unique interdisciplinary graduate programme to study the behavioural, functional, structural, and plastic effects of music on cognitive functions such us language, memory, learning, and motor behaviour through an integrative and interdisciplinary approach. Its goal is to train PhD students in the multidisciplinary aspects of music in rehabilitation, learning, and facilitation of cognitive processes with behavioural and neuroscience (EEG, fMRI, etc.) methods.

The programme invites applications for ten 3-year PhD scholarships and one 2-year Post-doc Fellowship (see website for detailed presentations). Candidates are accepted to realize one of the projects that are part of the following topics of the programme:
  1. Music and prosody in the rehabilitation of auditory processing and language disorders.
  2. Music in the rehabilitation of memory and learning
  3. Music and motor rehabilitation
The PhD will work with one main advisor and spend 1 to 6 months in at least one other lab of the consortium.

Application deadline: May 1, 2010

See attached document for further details (eligibility criteria).
To view full application details, go to
For contact EBRAMUS at:
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CRISSP is a research group in ADMT at Aalborg University Copenhagen (AAU-KBH), Denmark.


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