View Full Version : Post-Doc Opportunity

Kevin P. Granata
10-12-1998, 08:18 AM
Post-Doctoral Research Position

Musculoskeletal and Occupational Biomechanics
Motion Analysis and Motor Performance Laboratory
University of Virginia

Position : A multi-year post-doctoral position will be available for
musculoskeletal and occupational biomechanics research funded by the NIH.
The ideal candidate will contribute to theoretical modeling and
experimental validation of musculoskeletal mechanics. Research will focus
primarily on low-back mechanics. Opportunities may exist for application
of associated research developments to the fields of gait analysis and
clinical evaluation. The candidate will be expected to participate in
peer-reviewed publication and continued grant development.
Qualifications : Doctorate in Biomechanics, Occupational Biomechanics, or
related area
Computer modeling, preferably modeling of musculoskeletal systems.
Demonstrated experience with experimental design and data collection.
Familiarity with experimental electromyography and motion assessment a
Salary commensurate with qualifications
Location : The University of Virginia is the top ranked public university
in the United States. Located in historic Charlottesville VA. UVA was
founded by Thomas Jefferson. The campus is at the foot of the Blue Ridge
Mountains offering a variety of athletic, scenic and tourist activities
along Skyline Drive, George Washington National Park, and the Shanadoah
Valley. The university is within a short drive of Washington D.C.,
Richmond, Norfolk / Virginia Beach and the Atlantic coast.
Contact : Deadline for application November 1, 1998
Send cover letter, resume, and reprint of one recent and pertinent
publication to :
Kevin P. Granata, Ph.D.
Motion Analysis and Motor Performance Laboratory
University of Virginia
2270 Ivy Rd.
Charlottesville, VA. 22903

Kevin P. Granata, Ph.D.
University of Virginia

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