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John Semmler
09-08-2004, 03:17 PM
Post-doctoral Research Fellow in NEURAL CONTROL OF HUMAN MOVEMENT
School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences
Deakin University, Australia

A position is available in the Neuromuscular Physiology Laboratory at
Deakin University (Melbourne Campus) to participate in research that will
examine the influence of altered physical activity levels (fatigue,
training, immobilization) on the neural control of movement in humans. The
research program is funded by the National Health and Medical Research
Council of Australia and involves the use of neurophysiological techniques
such as single motor unit recording and transcranial magnetic
stimulation. For appointment, applicants require a PhD in exercise
science/kinesiology, physiology, neuroscience or related discipline, and
have experience in collection and analysis of neurophysiological signals
such as electromyography.
* Salary Package $39,065 - $66,305 p.a. (plus 9% superannuation). The
salary will depend on the applicant's experience.
* Melbourne campus at Burwood
* The position will begin January 2005, is full time and fixed term for
12 months with a possibility for renewal contingent upon funding
* Further information is available from Dr John Semmler (phone +613
9244 3788; email: semmler@deakin.edu.au.
* For a position description and application details please visit
* Applications (quoting ref no: B04/442) should include a full Resume
and should be forwarded to Linda Sheard, Personnel Consultant, Human
Resources Services Division, Deakin University, Burwood Campus or via email
on psm-applications@deakin.edu.au by 1 October 2004

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John G. Semmler, Ph.D.
Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin University
Melbourne Campus at Burwood
221 Burwood Highway, Burwood, 3125, Victoria, Australia.
Phn: 03 9244 3788 International: +61 3 9244 3788
Fax: 03 9244 6017 International: +61 3 9244 6017

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