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01-09-2002, 03:44 AM
Position Announcement

Director, Coach Michael W. Krzyzewski Human Performance Laboratory
Division of Orthopaedic Surgery
Duke University Medical Center

The Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, Department of Surgery at Duke
University Medical Center is seeking a individual to fill the
position of Director of the Coach Michael W. Krzyzewski Human
Performance Laboratory (K-Lab). The appointment will be a faculty
position with rank commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The mission of the K-Lab is to improve our understanding and
prevention of athletic injury. All of the activities of the K-Lab
have at their root the goal of improving human performance and
minimizing injury risk, and where necessary decreasing the
convalescence time from sustained injury. The K-Lab Director will be
expected to develop an independently funded research program that
integrates with the currently ongoing research programs in the
Division of Orthopaedic Surgery. S/he will work closely with the
Director of the Duke Sports Medicine Center
(http://www.dukesportsmedicine.org) and work with him to oversee the
scientific and budgetary aspects of the laboratory. The K-Lab
director will be responsible for overseeing laboratory research,
publication of journal articles, acquiring external funding, training
of students and fellows, and supervision of laboratory staff.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Biomechanics, Biomechanical Engineering, or
a related field is required, with demonstrated leadership skills and
experience in acquiring external funding from federal and industrial

Facilities/Equipment: The Coach Michael W. Krzyzewski Human
Performance Laboratory is part of the recently renovated Finch-Yeager
Sports Medicine Building at Duke University Medical Center. The
laboratory is equipped state-of-the-art equipment for motion analysis
and human performance testing, including two 3D motion analysis video
systems, a sixteen channel EMG telemetry system, two in-ground force
plates and a 75+ foot test track, a BIODEX Isokinetic System, and
other assorted testing equipment.

Applications should include the following:

A cover letter including professional goals and interests
A curriculum vitae highlighting education, work experience, funding
record, and publications
Names and current contact information for three professional references

Please submit materials to:

Dr. Claude T. Moorman, III
Director, Duke Sports Medicine Center
311 Finch Yeager Bldg.
Box 3639
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC 27710 USA

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