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Vasilios Baltzopoulos
12-05-1999, 06:51 PM
University of Northumbria at Newcastle

Division of Sport Sciences

LECTURER / SENIOR LECTURER IN SPORT BIOMECHANICS

This will be an exciting opportunity to direct a very well-equipped
biomechanics laboratory and to further individual research interests.
The Division has enhanced its facilities and equipment very
substantially over the past 2 years and the successful applicant will
find laboratories that include a Strain Gauge Force Platform, Video
Analysis System, Isokinetic Dynamometer, Muscle Lab, Electromyography
System, Musgrave Pressure Plate, Sprint Treadmill and SRM Isokinetic
Cycle Ergometer.

The successful applicant will contribute to teaching, research and
consultancy in this specialism. The Division has sufficient flexibility
to allow a suitable candidate to pursue a career development path,
whether as a young developing scientist or a more experienced individual
who wishes the freedom to develop particular interests.

The Division hopes to attract individuals who are knowledgeable about
the use of sport science in supporting performance sport and in
attracting research funding. The successful candidate will have (or
possibly just be finishing) a Ph.D. and will have been active within
BASES. It is preferable that the candidate will have experience in sport
as a performer, coach or support personnel.


If you are interested in the post and wish further information
about the Division, or know of anyone else who might be,
please contact either of the following:

Dr John Lyle
Head of Division
0044 191 227 3539
0044 191 227 4713 (fax)
john.lyle@unn.ac.uk

Dr Kevin Robertson
Programme Director
0044 191 227 3228
0044 191 227 4713 (fax)
kevin.robertson@unn.ac.uk

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