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    MOTOR CONTROL ENGINEER/NEUROSCIENTIST

    DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY AND HUMAN MOVEMENT SCIENCES
    NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL, CHICAGO, IL,USA.

    Available immediately, applications are invited for a postdoctoral position
    to study human movement and balance control with emphasis on the
    contributions of predictive and feedforward mechanisms. The postdoctoral
    fellow will participate in developing mathematical models of postural
    balance and novel experimental approaches to studying balance using a new
    high-performance linear sled. The laboratory participates in cooperative
    research with the University's Division of Geriatric Medicine, the Buehler
    Center on Aging, the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, the Department of
    Bioengineering, and the Institute for Neuroscience.

    Applicants should have a recent Ph.D. with a background and publication
    record in motor control, computational neuroscience, engineering, or
    biomechanics. Laboratory experience with motion analysis, force platforms,
    and electromyography as well as modeling experience is important.

    To apply, applicants should send a cover letter with a statement of
    interests, a curriculum vitae or resume, published papers or preprints, and
    the names and contact
    information of three references to:

    Timothy C. Hain, MD
    Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences
    645 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1100
    Chicago, IL, 60611
    Voice: 312-503-5167
    FAX: 312-908-0741
    E-mail: t-hain@northwestern.edu


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    Martin Simoneau, Post-Doctoral Fellow
    Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences
    Northwestern University Medical School
    645 North Michigan Avenue Suite 1100
    Chicago, IL, 60611

    Phone: 312-908-6785
    FAX : 312-908-0741

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