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  • Faculty Position Biomechanics University of Louisville

    Endowed Chair in Biomechanics
    University of Louisville
    Department of Mechanical Engineering

    The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Louisville
    invites applications for an Endowed Chair Position in Biomechanics.
    Applicants should have at least one degree in mechanical engineering and
    an earned doctorate in mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering,
    or a related field with interests in any area of biomechanics including
    biofluids, BioMEMS, hard and soft tissue mechanics, motion mechanics,
    rehabilitation engineering and tissue engineering. In addition, they
    should have a substantive research program with resulting peer reviewed
    publications, evidence of sustained extramural research funding and a
    record of teaching excellence. The University of Louisville offers
    outstanding research facilities including over 50,000 square feet of new
    bioengineering research space, collaboration with local hospitals
    including world renowned heart and hand transplant surgery groups, a
    comprehensive MEMS fabrication facility, orthopedic biomechanics,
    bio-imaging, and rehabilitation laboratories, and complete animal care
    facilities.


    Applications (to include a detailed curriculum vitae, a statement of
    specific research and teaching interests, and a list of four
    references), nominations, or inquiries should be directed to William P.
    Hnat, (wph@louisville.edu), telephone (502) 852-6816, Department of
    Mechanical Engineering, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
    40292.

    The review process will commence March 1, 2002 and continue until the
    position is filled. The academic rank and salary will be based on
    qualifying experience.

    The University of Louisville, a state-assisted institution, is an
    affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, and encourages
    minorities, women, and persons with disabilities to apply for this
    position.

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