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Claire Farley
10-30-1996, 09:13 AM
A Graduate Research Assistantship (Ph.D.) at the University of California-
Berkeley is available for a highly qualified and motivated student
interested in Locomotion Biomechanics. The research is part of an NIH
funded project under the direction of Professor Claire Farley. A qualified
student could pursue a Ph.D. in the Department of Integrative Biology or in
the Graduate Group in Bioengineering. The research would take place in a
newly renovated and well equipped modern laboratory. The research project
focuses on: 1) the link between musculoskeletal stiffness and the
biomechanics of locomotion; 2) the mechanisms for adjusting musculoskeletal
stiffness during locomotion.

UC Berkeley has numerous faculty in biomechanics and motor control that
form a strong interactive group. These include Rodger Kram, Bob Full,
Michael Dickinson, Steve Lehman, Mimi Koehl, and Tony Keaveny.

If you wish to learn more about this graduate opportunity, please contact:

Claire T. Farley, Ph.D.
103 Harmon
University of California
Berkeley, CA. 94720-4480.

cfarley@garnet.berkeley.edu
Phone: (510) 643 6698
http://garnet.berkeley.edu:80/~hbbiomxl/




Claire T. Farley, Ph.D.
103 Harmon
University of California
Berkeley, CA. 94720-4480.

cfarley@garnet.berkeley.edu
Phone: (510) 643 6698
http://garnet.berkeley.edu:80/~hbbiomxl/