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Edward X Guo
12-19-1996, 08:11 AM
Graduate Research Assistantship Available in Bone Tissue Bioengineering,
The Center for Biomedical Engineering, Columbia University

Graduate Research Assistantship in Bone Tissue Bioengineering

The Center for Biomedical Engineering at Columbia is seeking applicants
for graduate research assistant in the area of skeletal tissue
bioengineering. This individual will pursue a Ph.D. degree in biomedical
engineering and perform graduate research in cellular adaptation of bone
by mechanical stimulation or micromechanics of bone tissue damage. The
newly created Center for Biomedical Engineering at Columbia University is
funded partially by a Special Opportunity Award from the Whitaker
Foundation and provides an exciting opportunity for a graduate student
working closely with the engineering faculty at the School of
Engineering and Applied Sciences and the clinical faculty at the College
of Physician and Surgeons . The successful applicant will be involved in
both experimental and theoretical research work. The candidate should
have B.S. in mechanical or biomedical engineering. A M.S. in mechanical
or biomedical engineering will be preferred but not required. The
student should have a good undergraduate GPA and GRE score. Previous
research experience in biomedical engineering will be a plus. This
position is available for Fall admission of 1997. The graduate research
assistantship includes a tuition and a stipend. Applicants should send
recent curriculum vitae (plus GRE score) and three letters of
recommendation to:

X. Edward Guo, Ph.D.
Center for Biomedical Engineering
238 S.W. Mudd MC4703
Columbia University
New York, NY 10027
Phone: 212-854-6196 FAX: 212-854-3304
E-mail: exg1@columbia.edu