PDA

View Full Version : Post-Doctoral Positions



Jarmo Perttunen
05-28-1998, 06:02 PM
POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS

NEUROMUSCULAR RESEARCH CENTER

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

UNIVERSITY OF JYVÄSKYLÄ,

JYVÄSKYLÄ, FINLAND


Two one-year post-doctoral positions are available in Biology of Physical Activity:

1) Biomechanics/Neuromuscular performance


Qualified candidates will have knowledge in various aspects of neuromuscular function, such as reflex control, muscle mechanics, muscle stiffness, neuromuscular fatigue, and adaptation mechanisms in strength & power training. The appointed researcher will work in the projects of Prof. Paavo V. Komi.



2) Exercise Physiology/Biochemistry

Qualified candidates will have knowledge in biochemistry/cell and molecular biology and experience/interest to apply the knowledge in skeletal/cardiac muscle adaptation. The focus of the research is extracellular matrix and its interactions with muscle cell. The leader of the group is Professor Timo Takala.




Both positions will be filled for one-year, starting September 1, 1998 and the work involves also advicing doctoral students in their projects. The salary is fixed and corresponds to that of the Research Associate at the University.






Further information:

Position 1: komi@maila.jyu.fi Position 2: takala@maila.jyu.fi












POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS
NEUROMUSCULAR RESEARCH CENTER
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
UNIVERSITY OF JYVÄSKYLÄ,
JYVÄSKYLÄ, FINLAND

Two one-year post-doctoral positions are available in Biology of Physical
Activity:

1) Biomechanics/Neuromuscular performance



Qualified candidates will have knowledge in various aspects of
neuromuscular function, such as reflex control, muscle mechanics, muscle
stiffness, neuromuscular fatigue, and adaptation mechanisms in strength &
power training. The appointed researcher will work in the projects of Prof.
Paavo V. Komi.


2) Exercise Physiology/Biochemistry

Qualified candidates will have knowledge in biochemistry/cell
and molecular biology and experience/interest to apply the knowledge in
skeletal/cardiac muscle adaptation. The focus of the research is extracellular
matrix and its interactions with muscle cell. The leader of the group is
Professor Timo Takala.

 
Both positions will be filled for one-year, starting September
1, 1998 and the work involves also advicing doctoral students in their projects.
The salary is fixed and corresponds to that of the Research Associate at the
University.

 
 
Further information:
Position 1: komi@maila.jyu.fi            
Position 2: takala@maila.jyu.fi