View Full Version : Asst. Prof. In Orthopaedic Biomechanics

04-08-2002, 09:57 AM
The Department Orthopaedics at Brown Medical School located within
Rhode Island Hospital is seeking applicants for a faculty position in
Bioengineering at the Assistant Professor level and supported by the
Department. The position is within the Bioengineering Laboratory.
The ideal candidate will have research interests complimenting our
existing areas including wrist, spine, and foot biomechanics, as well
as soft tissue research, and specializing in solid mechanics and
advanced in vivo image analysis. Other focus areas of the Laboratory
include a strong sports injury prevention program and an orthopaedic
and sports product testing service. Applicants should be interested
in further developing their own research interests in orthopaedic

The primary teaching responsibilities of the position are for
orthopaedic residents. The candidate will also be expected to
qualify for an Adjunct appointment in the Division of Engineering and
to participate in the new Biomedical Engineering Program at Brown
University. The level of teaching involvement at Brown University
can be defined by the candidate.

The successful candidate will have a Ph.D., a record of independent
orthopaedic and engineering research; a record of extramural research
funding; a record of publication in peer-reviewed journals; and a
proven ability to work closely with residents, medical students,
undergraduate and graduate engineers, and practicing orthopaedic

Applicants should submit (electronic submissions are welcome) a
letter of application, a statement of research interests, a complete
curriculum vitae, and a list of three references to:

J.J. Crisco, Ph.D.
Director, Bioengineering Laboratory
Department of Orthopaedics,
Brown Medical School/Rhode Island Hospital
1 Hoppin Street
Core West, Suite 404
Providence RI 02903


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