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03-09-2003, 07:14 PM
Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow in Bioengineering

In a joint programme between DePuy International (A Johnson and Johnson
Company) and the Universities of Leeds and Southampton, applications are
invited for a Senior Research Fellow, to be based in Southampton, in the
field of orthopaedic biomehanics. The research fellows main focus will be
the development a range of finite element based models to assess the
performance of total joint replacements and similar devices. Experience of
experimental biomechanics would be beneficial, but not essential. The
research fellow will be expected to work on a range of projects, both short
and long term.

The Research Fellow will be expected to pursue excellent research within the
university environment and interact closely with company based bioengineers.
The successful candidates are expected to hold a PhD and have relevant
research experience. Excellent communication skills are essential, as is an
interest in technology transfer between academia and industry.

The fellowship will be initially for a period of 1 year, with further
extensions likely. Appointments will be
made in the range 18,265 - 33,679 on the Research salary scale, salary to
reflect age and experience.

For informal enquires, please contact Dr Mark Taylor, School of Engineering
Sciences Tel: ++ 44(0)2380 597660, Fax: ++ 44 (0)2380 593230 or email:

Application forms and a job description may be obtained from the Personnel
Department, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton, SO17 1BJ,
Tel: 023 805 92750, e-mail: recruit@soton.ac.uk or minicom: 023 8059 5595.
Applications to be submitted not later than 7th April 2003. Interviews will
be held on 23rd April 2003. Please quote Reference 02R0566.

Dr Mark Taylor
Bioengineering Science Research Group
School of Engineering Sciences
University of Southampton
SO17 1BJ

Tel: ++ 44 (0)2380 597660
Fax: ++ 44 (0)2380 593230
Mobile: ++ 44 (0)7939 101019
Email: mtaylor@soton.ac.uk

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