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10-16-2007, 03:41 AM
Temple University
Department of Kinesiology
Skeletal Adaptation and Development Laboratory
Doctoral Student Opportunities

The Skeletal Adaptation and Development Laboratory in the
Department of
Kinesiology is seeking highly motivated individuals who are
interested in pursuing a doctoral degree. Applicants should
have a background in kinesiology, biomechanics, cell biology
or biomechanical engineering. Please visit the laboratory’s
website for current research projects
Applicants willing to help seek external funding are highly

10 month position beginning August 2008
Location: Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Position Description: Teaching Assistant
(Research Assitantships and/or Fellowship opportunities based
on funding availability)

Additional Programs of Collaboration:
- Anatomy and Cell Biology
- Physical Therapy

Lab Resources:
- Bose Material Testing Machine
- Bioquant Histomorphometry analysis software
- Microscopy facility
- Muffle oven for bone ashing
- Diamond band saw
- Microplate reader

- Matlab
Other software available on-campus as needed

- Earned master’s degree
- Previous experience in research biomechanics/physiology or
related field
- Interest in mentoring graduate and undergraduate students

Stipend: approx $15,000 + full tuition waiver (Fall and
Spring). Temple University offers Ph.D. programs in
Integrative Physiology of Exercise Specialization or Athletic
Training. Initial application involves sending a letter of
interest, vitae, and research interests to:
Vanessa R Yingling, Ph.D.
Temple University
Department of Kinesiology
1800 N Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Vanessa R. Yingling, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Temple University
Department of Kinesiology
College of Health Professions
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
Temple Medical School
1800 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
fax: 215-204-4414

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