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Caroline J. Ketcham
04-03-2003, 03:59 AM
Postdoctoral Positions in the Motor Control Laboratory at Arizona State
University available immediately to study control and coordination
issues in goal-oriented movements from a multilevel perspective.
Studies involve healthy young adults, the elderly and Parkinson's
Disease patients and are supported by NIH research grants. Opportunities
are available for collaborations in Bioengineering at ASU and at
neighboring institutions like Barrow Neurological Institute and Mayo
Clinic Scottsdale. The Motor Control Laboratory has a research and
training grant that supports a seminar series, biomedical lecture series
and specialized training opportunities. The individual hired may also
relate to a NSF research and training grant on "Neural Adaptations to
Form and Function" that involves 3 departments. Qualifications
preferred include a Ph.D. in movement science or related area,
familiarity and knowledge of kinematic and kinetic analyses, interest in
preparing grant applications and a willingness to participate in
interdisciplinary research. Initial appointment is for two years with
the possibility for extension if funds are available. Excellent salary
and fringe benefits. Apply to George E. Stelmach, Motor Control
Laboratory, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287-0404
(stelmach@asu.edu) and provide three references. ASU is an equal
opportunity employer.


Caroline J. Ketcham
Motor Control Laboratory
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-0404
Tel: 480-965-9081
Fax: 480-965-8108

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