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Chuck Armstrong
03-07-1996, 07:14 AM
Graduate Assistantships in Applied Biomechanics


Several graduate assistantships for individuals interested in
pursuing graduate study in the Division of Exercise Science at the
University of Toledo are anticipated for the Fall of 1996. The Division
offers programs leading to the degrees of Master of Science in
Exercise Science and Doctor of Philosophy, both with emphasis in
Applied Biomechanics. Students have the opportunity to develop
inter-disciplinary programs with other academic units, including
Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, Research and Statistics, and
Anatomy. The division houses a comprehensive biomechanics
laboratory that provides for computerized videography, force and
pressure plates, and telemeterized electromyography. Particular areas
of research focus include normal and pathological locomotion, balance
control, mechanisms of sport injury, and functional activity in the
elederly. Masters assistantships support two years of study and
doctoral assistantships support four years, including graduate tuition
and stipend. For more information contact:


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* Charles W. Armstrong, Ph.D. Phone: 419-530-2753 *
* Applied Biomechanics Lab Fax: 419-530-4759 *
* Health Education Center *
* University of Toledo *
* Toledo, Ohio 43606 email: carmstr@uoft02.utoledo.edu *
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