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ablazevich65
08-19-2008, 07:07 PM
Both university and Australian Government postgraduate (PhD and Masters
level) scholarships are available for highly motivated Australian or New
Zealand citizens who are keen to pursue research investigating
muscle-tendon and neural adaptations to physical training. Successful
applicants will study at the Centre for Exercise and Sport Science
Research in the School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Sciences at
Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia (www.sebhs.ecu.edu.au).
Studies should commence in January 2009.



In the first instance, expressions of interest (see details below) are
invited from students with a significant history of professional and/or
research experience. Students who wish to pursue PhD studies should
have a Masters level degree, whereas those who wish to study at Masters
level should have a good undergraduate and/or Honours degree. Students
with the appropriate level of experience/qualification will then be
guided through the scholarship application process.



Students must have a strong background in sports sciences, physiology,
sports biomechanics or a similar field of study, and be motivated to
examine the factors that underpin optimum human movement and sporting
performance.



The scholarships provide tuition fees as well as a tax-free bursary of
AU$20,007 per annum for 2 (Masters level) or 3 (PhD level) years.
Practical and laboratory teaching might also available for those with
good presentation experience in order to supplement this income.



Edith Cowan University is Western Australia's second largest University.
The Joondalup Campus, on which the research centre and the School are
situated, is a 20-minute journey north of the city of Perth and within
minutes of the coastline. The School's research laboratories contain
the latest research technologies, including (among others) real-time
motion analysis systems, telemetry and wired EMG systems, ultrasound
imaging systems, multiple force platforms, magnetic and electrical
stimulation suites, blood and muscle analysis provisions, and full
isokinetic and traditional (isoinertial) physical training areas. The
School has a strong reputation for strength and conditioning-based
research.



Applicants should forward a copy of their curriculum vitae, a cover
letter briefly outlining their experience and goals, their personal
contact details and details for two referees to:



Dr Anthony Blazevich

Centre for Exercise and Sports Science Research (CESSR)

Building 17.111

Edith Cowan University, Joondalup

Perth 6027

Australia



OR email a.blazevich@ecu.edu.au



These expressions of interest must be received by Monday 15 September
for consideration.





________________________________________________

Anthony Blazevich, PhD.
Assoc. Prof. in Biomechanics
School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Sciences
Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Campus
100 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup
WA, 6027

Email: a.blazevich@ecu.edu.au
Phone: +61 8 6304 5472
Fax: +61 8 6304 5036

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