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03-12-2001, 06:31 AM
>Post Doctoral Position in Biomechanics and Ergonomics
>Harvard University
>School of Public Health
>Department of Environmental Health
>Applications are invited for a postdoctoral appointment within the Harvard
>Occupational Biomechanics Laboratory within the Department of
>Environmental Health. Specific research topics include
>neuromusculoskeletal biomechanics, muscle mechanics, exposure assessment
>techniques, intervention methodologies, and human-machine interface
>design. The Department of Environmental Health offers an
>interdisciplinary research atmosphere with biologists, physiologists,
>industrial hygienists, epidemiologists, and engineers working
>together. Funding is available for two-years.
>The candidate should have an experimental background as well as an
>interest and expertise in biomechanics. Specific skills include
>experimental design, instrumentation design, testing and calibration, and
>LabView and MatLab computer skills. In addition, the candidate should have
>a Ph.D. in engineering (industrial, mechanical or bio), biomechanics,
>physiology, or a related field.
>Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae, a brief cover
>letter describing their research interests, and the names and addresses of
>three references to the address below. Both electronic (i.e. e-mail
>attachments) and hard copy submissions are welcome. Applications will be
>accepted until the position is filled, but review of the applicants will
>begin 1 April 2001. Start date is scheduled for 1 June 2001.
>Harvard University is committed to increasing representation of women and
>minority members among its academic appointments and particularly
>encourages applications from such candidates. International candidates
>are also encouraged to apply.
>Jack Dennerlein
>Assistant Professor of Ergonomics and Safety
>Harvard School of Public Health
>Building I, Room 305
>665 Huntington Avenue
>Boston, MA 02115
>Voice: 1 617 432 2028
>Fax: 1 617 432 3468
>Virtual: jax@hsph.harvard.edu
>Web: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/ergonomics/hobs/

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