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    The Sensory Motor Performance Program (SMPP) at the Rehabilitation
    Institute of Chicago (RIC) is devoted to the study of musculoskeletal,
    neuromuscular and sensory disorders that are associated with abnormal
    control of posture and movement. Faculty members have appointments in the
    Northwestern University Medical School and the Northwestern University
    Engineering School. Approximately thirty-five research staff -- including
    post-doctoral research associates, graduate students, and support staff --
    make up a unique team of physicians, engineers, physiologists, and
    occupational & physical therapists for the study of motor and sensory
    dysfunctions. Our work, based on studies with patients at the
    Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, as well as computer and mathematical
    models, is internationally renowned in the fields of biomechanics,
    neurophysiology, and rehabilitation research.

    SMPP is a part of the Rehabilitation Institute Research Corporation, the
    research arm of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. It is academically
    affiliated with the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at
    Northwestern University Medical School. Many members of our staff are
    affiliated with the departments of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,
    Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physiology, Physical
    Therapy, the Institute for Neuroscience and other departments at
    Northwestern University and in the Chicago area.

    We are currently seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associates to join our
    studies on motor control. Our research involves recruitment and mechanical
    function of single motor units.

    The applicant will be expected to develop his or her own line of research
    and begin to seek other funding within the first year.

    The applicant will benefit from the mentorship of W. Z. Rymer, C. J.
    Heckman, and A. D. Kuo (of University of Michigan) and F. A. Mussa-Ivaldi,
    all established leaders in the field.

    Please see:
    for more information.

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    J A M E S P A T T O N , P H . D .

    Research Associate,
    Sensory Motor Performance Program
    Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago.

    Postdoctoral Fellow
    Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
    Northwestern University Medical School

    345 East Superior
    Room 1406
    Chicago, IL 60611 NOTE: my phone number has changed!

    312-238-1277 (OFFICE) -2208 (FAX) -1232 (LAB)
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