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carmstrong48
01-10-1997, 03:33 AM
Graduate Assistantships at the University of Toledo

It is anticipated that there will be several graduate assistantship
positions available for the Fall of 1997 for students who wish to
specialize in Applied Biomechanics. Both M.S. (two years) and
Ph.D. degree (four years) programs, specializing in Applied
Biomechanics, are offered through the Department of Health
Promotion and Human Performance. In addition to course work
and research within the department, collaborative opportunities are
available through the departments of Mechanical Engineering,
Bioengineering, Computer Science, Statistics, and Anatomy. The
program is supported by a comprehensive laboratory. Current
research interests include biomechanical bases of sport injury,
functional activity in the elderly, pathological locomotion, and
factors influencing control of balance and posture. 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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