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Helen Buie
07-07-2002, 01:48 AM
Dear List Members,

I am planning to pursue post graduate studies (in May 2003 after I finish
my undergraduate degree) and I would like to know more about any research
in the area of modelling bone fracture in human patients. I would really
appreciate if researchers in this area would write me about their research
and about any funding that is available. I am particularly interested in
research in Canada, but not exclusively. Also, if anyone could suggest
some interesting papers they have read in this area and possibly send me a
copy, I would be most grateful (it costs me $3 an article since I'm still
an undergraduate).

Thanks,
Helen


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Helen Buie
Candidate B.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering, Materials Option)
Queen's University (Kingston, ON, Canada)

Mailing Address: Helen Buie
Nicol Hall (60 Union St.)
Queen's University
Kingston, ON
K7L 3N6

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