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    University of Oregon
    College of Arts and Sciences

    Position Announcement
    Orthopedic Biomechanics

    Rank: Assistant Professor, tenure track.
    Starting date: September, 2002
    Qualifications and Responsibilities: Applicants must have a doctoral degree
    and postdoctoral experience in biomechanics with training in orthopedics,
    rehabilitation, and/or mathematical modeling of the musculoskeletal system.
    The potential to develop and sustain an innovative, rigorous, and externally
    funded research program and to form collaborative links with orthopedic
    clinicians in the community are important selection criteria. The applicant
    should have sufficient expertise and qualifications to teach undergraduate
    and graduate courses in biomechanics and/or clinical biomechanics and will
    have the opportunity to develop new courses in his or her area of
    specialization. Other responsibilities include supervision of student
    research, including advising master’s theses, serving on doctoral
    dissertation committees, academic counseling of undergraduate and graduate
    students, service on faculty committees, and other duties as appropriate.

    General Information: The Department of Exercise and Movement Science (EMS)
    offers a multidisciplinary program dedicated to understanding the responses
    of human physiological systems to aging, development, injury, disease, and
    training. Current faculty research strengths include the biomechanics and
    neural control of movement, cardiovascular and muscle physiology, and
    injury-induced musculoskeletal adaptation. The department offers an
    undergraduate degree that emphasizes the development of students interested
    in pursuing medicine and health science careers, a master’s program in
    athletic training, and master’s and Ph.D. degrees in each specialized

    Salary: Competitive and commensurate with experience.

    Applications: Direct phone or e-mail inquiries to (541) 346-4337, or Send letter of application, curriculum vitae,
    samples of scholarly work, and 3 letters of reference to:Orthopedic
    Biomechanics Search CommitteeDepartment of Exercise and Movement Science1240
    University of OregonEugene, OR 97403-1240

    Deadline: Initial screening of applications will begin October 1, 2001, and
    the search will continue until a suitable candidate is selected. To insure
    full consideration of an application, we recommend that materials be
    received by October 1, 2001.

    The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
    institution committed to
    cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act

    Brenda L. Dutton
    Office Manager
    Department of Exercise and Movement Science
    122 Esslinger Hall
    1240 University of Oregon
    Eugene, OR 97403-1240
    (541) 346-4337
    (541) 346-2841 FAX

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