View Full Version : Job Posting (Second Announcement)

Scott Colby
04-07-1998, 11:33 PM
We are still accepting applications for the following position. Please
have all materials in by April 30, 1998.

The Human Performance Laboratory at the Duke University Medical Center has
an opening for a Ph.D. level individual.

Responsibilities: Assist with all aspects of research projects, including
experimental design, literature review, recruiting subjects, data
acquisition and analysis, and writing and presenting papers. Utilize
multi-camera, synchronized video systems, electromyography (EMG), and force
plates to monitor muscle activity, kinematics, and kinetic parameters for
various research projects. Additional responsibilities include computer
programming and coordinating the research activities of medical and
graduate students, as well as grant writing. Current research in the
laboratory is being carried out on shoulder biomechanics.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Biomechanics, Biomedical Engineering,
Kinesiology, Exercise Science, or a related field is required. Experience
in computer programming, word-processing, spreadsheet software, and
statistics is necessary. Additionally, experience in mechanical and
electrical instrumentation is desired.

Facility/Equipment: The brand new Human Performance Laboratory at Duke is
under the Department of Surgery in the Division of Orthopaedics and Sports
Medicine. The laboratory is equipped with a four camera Motion Analysis
system, a Noraxon Telemyo sixteen channel EMG telemetry system, two AMTI
force plates, and a BIODEX Isokinetic System.

Duke University is located in the heart of Durham, North Carolina. Durham
is at the pinnacle of a vast Triangle region of North Carolina, formed
along with Chapel Hill to the south and west, and Raleigh, the State
Capital, to the south and east. Durham is known as the City of Medicine
and the Triangle region has been ranked among the best places to live and

Applications should include the following:

A cover letter including professional goals and interests.
A resume highlighting education, work experience, training, and publications.
Names and current phone numbers of three references.

Please submit materials to:
Mr. Anthony V. Seaber
Orthopaedic Laboratory Director
Duke University Medical Center
Box 3093
Durham, NC 27710
phone: (919) 684-2521