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    PhD Scholarship in Human Motor Control

    The Human Motor Control Laboratory, Department of Sport & Exercise Science
    at the University of Auckland is offering a 3-year PhD scholarship
    (NZ$15,000 p.a. TAX FREE) for an outstanding student to work on a project
    examining sensorimotor integration in Parkinsonís disease. Prospective
    applicants should hold an MSc or BSc (Hons) in movement science,
    neurological physiotherapy, or related area and an interest in movement
    disorders. Research will entail neurophysiological examinations of patients
    with Parkinsonís disease, but other research opportunities may include
    working with acute and chronic stroke patients and other disorders such
    focal hand dystonia. The student will be expected to work on dedicated
    research projects as well as develop further experiments leading toward a

    Information on lab resources, personnel and projects can be found at and information
    of the Department is also available

    Applicants must be eligible to enrol in a PhD full-time at The University of
    Auckland ( and may be eligible for other
    scholarships/funding to be held concurrently.

    Please send a CV and covering letter by post or email to the address below,
    or for more details contact:

    Dr Winston Byblow, Director
    Human Motor Control Laboratory
    University of Auckland- Tamaki Campus
    Private Bag 92019
    Auckland New Zealand

    Applications close February 15th, 2002. The recipient will be expected to
    begin study anytime from March 1st 2002 onward.

    Winston Byblow, PhD
    Postgraduate Coordinator
    Department of Sport & Exercise Science
    University of Auckland
    Auckland, New Zealand
    Ph: 64 9 373 7599 x6844
    Fax:64 9 373 7043

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