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Richard Baker
01-03-2007, 07:11 AM
Dear all,



Please find below details of a post for a post-doctoral Biomechanical
Engineer/Scientist that is now available at the Hugh Williamson Gait
Analysis Laboratory at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne. This was
first publicised before Christmas before I knew the URL for on-line
applications. Go to
http://www.rch.org.au/careers/careers/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.main and
search for reference number 0720. Closing date is Friday January 5th. If you
have any problems with the on-line system please contact me directly.



Richard



Richard Baker PhD CEng CSci

Director Gait CCRE/Gait Analysis Service manager

Murdoch Childrens Research Institute

Royal Childrens Hospital

Parkville 3052, Victoria, Australia



Tel (+613) 9345 5354, Fax (+613) 9345 5447



Biomedical Engineer/Medical Scientist (Gait Analysis)

Hugh Williamson Gait Analysis Service



A full-time Biomechanical Engineer/Scientist is required for three years to
advance clinical gait analysis services through modeling, software and
process development in a collaboration between the Royal Children's Hospital
and VICON. There will be a specific emphasis on developing methods for
reducing the impact of soft-tissue artifact on gait analysis data. The post
is under the direct supervision of Associate Professor Richard Baker



This is a project of the Centre for Clinical Research Excellence in Clinical
Gait Analysis and Gait Rehabilitation (www.mcri.edu.au/gaitCCRE) and will
involve work with other centres in Melbourne including Professor Marcus
Pandy's lab at the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
within the University of Melbourne. An honorary appointment within this
Department will be offered to the successful candidate.



The successful applicant will have a PhD with a significant biomechanics
component and considerable experience of movement analysis.



Closing date for applications is 5th January 2006.

For further details contact Dr Richard Baker, 9345 5354,
richard.baker@rch.org.au.