View Full Version : Postdoctoral Position at Arizona State University

Arend W. A. Van Gemmert
07-15-2004, 06:18 AM
Dear colleagues,
Please find below an ad for a Postdoctoral position which is posted on
behalf of Prof. George E. Stelmach and Dr. Natalia Dounskaia.
Arend Van Gemmert, Ph.D

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>Postdoctoral Position in the Motor Control Laboratory, Department of
Kinesiology, Arizona State >University. Position available immediately to
study control and coordination issues in goal-oriented >movements. Studies
involve recording and analysis of arm movements and muscle activity in
young >and elderly adults, and Parkinson's Disease patients. The individual
hired will work with Dr. Natalia >Dounskaia and Prof. George Stelmach.
Collaborations with Bioengineering at ASU, Barrow >Neurological Institute
and Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, are available. It is preferred that the
applicant has >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. Individuals with bioengineering background are
also encouraged to apply. Initial >appointment is for two years with the
possibility for extension if funds are available. Apply to
Natalia >Dounskaia/George Stelmach, Kinesiology Department, Arizona State
University, Tempe, AZ 85287->0404 (
natalia.dounskaia@asu.edu ;
stelmach@asu.edu ) and provide three references. ASU is an >equal
opportunity employer.

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Arend W. A. Van Gemmert, Ph.D E-mail: vangemmert@asu.edu
Motor Control Laboratory Phone: +1 (480) 965-4718
Department of Kinesiology Fax: +1 (480) 965-8108
Arizona State University
P.O. Box 870404
Tempe, AZ 85287-0404

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