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Greiner, Thomas M. Ph.d.
10-12-2004, 04:17 AM
Please do not respond to me, as I am posting this for my institution.
Questions should be addressed to the person mentioned below.

Thomas M. Greiner, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Anatomy
Department of Basic Sciences
New York Chiropractic College
Seneca Falls, NY 13148-0800 USA

Office Phone: (315) 568-3183
Gait Lab Phone: (315) 568-3150
Fax: (315) 568-3017
Email: tgreiner@nycc.edu

FACULTY VACANCY- Assistant Professor: Human Anatomy and Biomechanics

New York Chiropractic College, a leading accredited college of chiropractic,
is seeking to fill a benefit eligible, full-time opening beginning September
1, 2005. Located in Seneca Falls, New York, in the heart of New York's
Finger Lakes Region, NYCC is dedicated to the advancement of the
chiropractic profession by providing students with a quality education that
will enable them to deliver excellence in alternative health care. NYCC
currently enrolls 700 students in its five degree-granting programs: Doctor
of Chiropractic, Master of Science in Acupuncture, Master of Science in
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Master of Science in Diagnostic Imaging,
and a Bachelor of Professional Studies. Chiropractic enrollment currently
constitutes over 90 percent of the student body.

Faculty members at NYCC are responsible for the instruction of assigned
curriculum, the development of course syllabi/exams, advisement of students,
participation in College governance through departmental and institutional
committee work, ongoing scholarly activity (including private or
institutional research) as well as practice or professional activity.
Current institutional research interests include biomechanics and gait
analysis, human and primate functional anatomy, motor control, skeletal
muscle physiology, sports medicine and performing arts medicine.

Responsibilities include: Maintain a research program in Biomechanics,
publish research in refereed journals, pursue external funding to support
research activities, and teach courses in the Basic Sciences Department with
an emphasis on human gross anatomy. Histology and neuroanatomy are also
potential areas of teaching.

Qualifications include: Doctorate in Biomechanics or related field,
publications in appropriate journals, postdoctoral training preferred,
demonstrated ability to extract external funding, and demonstrated ability
to teach courses in Human Anatomy and other courses within area of
expertise. Applicants should possess the ability to work productively and
collaboratively with staff, faculty and students.

To learn more about NYCC please go to www.nycc.edu.

Interested candidates, please submit a cover letter, current resume/ vitae,
and a list of three references to:

Office of Human Resources
New York Chiropractic College
2360 State Route 89
Seneca Falls, New York 13148

Or, e-mail your response to: cmcdermott@nycc.edu

Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found.

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