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Tim Foutz
04-20-1998, 03:56 AM
Soft Tissue Injury and Repair
Graduate Assistantships
Ph.D and MS

The Soft Tissue Research Group at The University of Georgia is comprised of
researchers from biological engineering, veterinary medicine, biochemistry
and animal science. The diversity of this group brings a truly multifaceted
approach to problems of soft tissue (eg. tendons, ligaments, skin, etc.) injury
and repair. Specific aims of our activities include:
To conduct pioneering research [cellular level to clinical studies] on the
repair mechanisms of injured soft tissues.
To foster collaboration and broader research horizons among industry and
To train graduate students in research techniques applicable to different

The Engineering Department at The University of Georgia is seeking
individuals interested in conducting graduate level research associated with the
Soft Tissue Research Group. Currently, graduate assistanship stipends are
$1292/month(PhD) and $12117/month (MS) with waiver of tuition.
Assistantships are awarded on a competitive basis.

This unique and rigorous program includes advanced coursework in engineering
and biological sciences, monthly colloquia, apprenticeship in a biological laboratory
and instructional mentoring. Outstanding students from the physical, applied,
biological and engineering sciences are encouraged to apply.

WebSite: http://www.bae.uga.edu/stc

More information on our graduate program and an application can be
obtained from:
Dr. Brahm Verma
Graduate Coordinator
Driftmier Engineering Center
The University of Georgia
Athens, Ga 30602-4435
or by email
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution

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