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Zev Rymer
11-28-1999, 12:34 PM
Courier_NewDear Colleagues:


Please post this announcement to Biomch-L

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Position: Assistant Professor, Tenure Track: Engineering Applications
in Human Neurologic Injury Research


Organization: Northwestern University Medical School, Department of
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation


Starting Date: Negotiable


Northwestern University Medical School's Department of Physical
Medicine and Rehabilitation seeks an Assistant Professor for study of
the mechanisms of motor impairment in brain and/or spinal cord injured
persons. The position will be offered in the tenure track. Salary is
open.


Applicants will be expected to hold an earned doctorate in Biomedical
Engineering or another engineering discipline, or in
Neuroscience/Neurophysiology. Applicants are expected to have a
successful record of research, including extramural grant acquisition
and publication in high quality peer-reviewed journals. Prior
experience with research in human subjects is required, and
postdoctoral training is preferred.


Research is to be centered in the Sensory Motor Performance Program of
the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, a multidisciplinary
engineering and neuroscience laboratory focusing on studies of motor
dysfunction in neurologic and musculoskeletal disorders. The faculty
member will be expected to establish a distinguished research program
and contribute to the teaching of graduate and undergraduate students
in several university graduate programs.


Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, the names, addresses and
email addresses of four references, and a statement of research
interests to: Dr. W. Zev Rymer, Chair, Search Committee, Room 1406,
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, 345 East Superior St., Chicago,
Illinois 60611, Phone (312)238-3919, FAX (312) 238-2208; Email:
w-rymer@nwu.edu. Submissions be Email are welcomed.


Applications will be accepted until January 15th, 2000.


More information is available at http://www.nums.nwu.edu.


The starting date for the position is negotiable. Women and candidates
from underrepresented minority groups are encouraged to apply.
Northwestern University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United
States.


Contact:

Dr. W. Zev Rymer, Chair, Search Committee

Room 1406, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago,

345 East Superior St,.

Chicago, Illinois, 60611.

Phone: (312) 908-3919

FAX (312) 908-2208.

Email: w-rymer @nwu.edu.



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Professor William Z Rymer MD Ph.D.

John G Searle Professor and Director of Research,

Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago,

Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,

Physiology and Biomedical Engineering,

Northwestern University

room 1406,

345 East Superior,

Chicago, Illinois, 60611

Office Phone (312) 238-3919

FAX (312) 238-2208

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