Warren M. Grill
12-14-2000, 02:10 AM
PREDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS are available in a multidisciplinary
graduate program in Neuro-Mechanical Systems at Case Western Reserve

Neuro-mechanical systems include natural, man-made, or hybrid
systems combining neural controllers and mechanical peripheries. Examples
include natural organisms, biologically inspired robots, and
neuroprostheses for restoring motor function in persons with disabilities.

This program involves eight faculty from four Departments, Biology, Biomedical
Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Mechanical

We are seeking students with backgrounds in biology, neuroscience,
biomedical engineering, computer engineering and science, electrical
engineering, mechanical engineering, or physics. We are particularly
interested in recruiting under-represented minorities. Students must be
U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents of the United States.

The fellowship provides full stipend and tuition support and the
opportunity for outstanding inter-disciplinary training.

Details of the program can be found at http://neuromechanics.cwru.edu. For
further information, please contact Dr. Roy Ritzmann, Department of
Biology, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH 44106 - 7080, (216)
368 - 3554, igert@po.cwru.edu.

__________________________________________________ _____________
Warren M. Grill, Ph.D.
Elmer L. Lindseth Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Case Western Reserve University

(216)368-8625 VOICE
(216)368-4872 FAX

Mail to:
C.B. Bolton Bldg., Rm. 3480
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland OH 44106-4912

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