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Clive Pai
01-23-2001, 01:55 AM
The Department of Physical Therapy in the College of Health and Human
Development Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) has a
position open for aproject coordinator. You will have a chance to join a
team of researchers in a newly established motion analysis laboratory to
work on a project funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA). The
research work is on biomechanics and motor control of balance recovery
after an induced slip. BS required, prefer MS in field related to research
sciences. Knowledge and competency in use of IBM based PC computing systems
required. Prefer 2-3 years work experience with laboratory equipment and
protocols for conducting human movement research, as well as ability to
communicate and interact effectively with diverse faculty, staff and
subjects. Preference will be given to someone who has prior experience in
human movement analysis. Salary range $28,000-$33,000 annually, depending
upon the individual's prior research experience. UIC offers an excellent
benefit package. For fullest consideration Interested individuals should
EMAIL your resume to vbuglio@uic.edu, or fax your resume to 312-996-4583 by
February 16, 2001. UIC is an AA/EOE





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The Department of Physical Therapy in the College of Health and Human
Development Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) has a
position open for Research Specialist in Exercise Physiology. You will have
a chance to join a team of researchers in a newly established motion
analysis laboratory. The specialist responsibilities will include assisting
in the project coordination, data collection, manuscript preparation, and
analysis. BS in life sciences with MS in Exercise Physiology or the
equivalent combination of education and laboratory experience preferably
in bioengineering/mechanical engineering, biomechanics or
kinesiology. Prefer 2-3 years of work experience with use of laboratory
equipment and protocols for conducting human movement research. Ability to
work independently, communicate effectively with faculty, staff, and study
participants. Preference will be given to candidates with motion analysis,
human movement and matlab programming. UIC offers an excellent benefit
package. For fullest consideration Interested individuals should EMAIL
your resume to vbuglio@uic.edu, or fax your resume to 312-996-4583 by
February 16, 2001. UIC is an AA/EOE

Clive


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Clive Y.-C. Pai, PhD, MPT
Department of Physical Therapy
University of Illinois at Chicago
1919 W. Taylor St. 4th fl, M/C 898
Chicago, IL 60612-7251
(312) 996-1507
FAX (312) 996-4583
cpai@uic.edu

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