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Studentships in Movement Neuroscience at Penn State

The Position:

We are currently seeking graduate students to join our studies examining
neural control of limb dynamics. This project is funded by NIH, National
Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research, and examines the neural
mechanisms underlying handedness. The proposed studies build on our recent
findings, which indicate interlimb disparities in the control of
intersegmental dynamics (Sainburg and Kalakanis, 2000). Funding is available
for 2-5 years.

The Department:

Penn State Kinesiology program is arguably the best (WHOOPS, I MEANT "ONE OF
THE LARGEST") movement science program in the United States. We have world
renowned researches in almost every area of human movement science. Students
in our program benefit from the rich, educational environment in the
department of Kinesiology at Penn State. In addition to direct mentorship
with Dr. Robert Sainburg, the applicant will benefit from collaborators in
this project, including Dr. Mark Latash and Dr. John Challis. Frequently,
our seminar series invite world renowned researchers to Penn State. In
addition, our research environment includes : The Center for Locomotion
Studies (CELOS) under the directiorship of Dr. Peter Cavanagh, the
Biomechanics Laboratory, directed by Dr. Vladmir Zatsiorsky, the Motor
Control Laboratory, directed by Dr. Mark Latash, the Action Laboratory,
directed by Dr. Dagmar Sternad, the Psychophysiology of movement Laboratory,
directed by Dr. Semyon Slobounov, Dr. Karl Newell's Motor Control and
Learning Laboratory, the Sensorimotor Development Laboratory of Dr. Jan
Visser, the Perception and Movement Laboratory, directed by Dr. David
Rosenbaum (Psychology Department), and the world renowned Noll Physiology
Laboratories.

The University and Life

State College provides a metropolitan atmosphere in a small town
environment. It is nestled in the Allegheny Mountains, and is surrounded by
a beautiful rural atmosphere. Outdoor activities are generally free and are
minutes away, including swimming, boating, hiking, ishing, hunting, alpine
and cross country skiing, snowshoing, etc. Penn State nurtures a rich
performing arts atmosphere, providing an abundance of plays, shows, and
concerts. Penn State hosts many artistic and political events. In short, the
atmosphere is stimulating and fun. Cost of living is low, while quality of
living is high.

Contact:

Please send a letter, vita, and the names, addresses and email addresses of
3-4 references to:

Robert L. Sainburg, Ph.D.
266 Rec Hall, Department of Kinesiology, Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802
(814) 865-7937 rls45@psu.edu


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