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H.j. Woltring, Fax/tel +31.40.413 744
07-05-1992, 06:58 PM

Research and Post-Doctoral Positions in Biomechanics

(Prepublication -- to appear in the ASME Engineering Magazine, July 1992)

The Bioengineering Center of Wayne State University has research positions
open at the M.Sc./Ph.D. level in the area of impact biomechanics. Salary
and rank will be commensurate with training, previous work experience and
publication record.

Furthermore, one post-doctoral position is open in the area of biomaterials
for impact protection or in advanced bioengineering research for occupant
safety systems. A doctoral degree in biomechanics preferably with research
experience in automotive safety, or sled testing and component impact testing
is desired.

The Bioengineering Center is a research arm of the College of Engineering
which has an annual budget of about 1 M$ and a staff of 30 people, including
graduate students at the masters and doctoral levels. There are 5 doctoral
level researchers working in automotive safety, biomechanics of trauma,
causes of low back pain and orthopaedic biomechanics.

The Center is a leading institution in impact biomechanics research and
receives suport from both Federal agencies as well as the automotive
industry. Wayne State University is located in one of the USA's most
important industrial and scientific research centers.

Applicants should submit a complete resume, the names, addresses and
telephone numbers of three references, and copies of two publications to:

Dr Albert I. King, Director
Bioengineering Center
818 W. Hancock
Wayne State University
Tel. +1(313)577-1347
Fax +1(313)577-8333

Further details may be obtained from Dr King at the above telephone number.

Wayne State University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.


No mention is made of U.S. nationality or green card immigrant status. As
stated in Dr King's accompanying letter, the source of support is from the
Biomedical Department of General Motors and the positions are guaranteed
for a period of two years, with possible continuing support beyond that