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    Motion Lab Program Coordinator
    Position Available: Motion Lab Program Coordinator
    Walter Reed Army Medical Center

    Contact: Nicholas Hunter
    P.O. Box 4365
    Rockville, MD 20849
    Phone (301) 742- 7282


    Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) Department of
    Orthopedics, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service is accepting
    applications for a Program Coordinator in the Gait and Motion Analysis


    The WRAMC Gait and Motion Lab is funded by the Department of Orthopedics
    Amputee Center. It employs state of the art technology and is equipped with
    an 8 Eagle Camera Motion Analysis Real-Time System, Noraxon surface EMG and
    one AMTI force platform. Initial plans are to conduct research studies with
    an eye towards clinical care of amputees and eventually general clinical

    The lab is located in the PM&R/Prosthetic and Orthotic section of the 250
    bed main hospital building in Washington, DC. WRAMC is situated on the
    outskirts of Rock Creek Park, minutes from Bethesda and downtown DC. The
    medical center offers a full range of specialties to active duty and retired
    military personnel and their dependents.


    * Guide research projects, e.g. develop and provide feedback regarding
    protocol design, grant applications, preparation of reports, and
    presentation of results
    * Assist in the collection and analysis of data for research and
    clinical subjects.
    * Ensure routine equipment maintenance and management of computer
    resources in the motion lab.
    * Assume organizational responsibilities
    * Assist with staff education through lectures/inservices


    Minimum requirement PhD degree in biomedical engineering or other movement
    science related field. Minimum of 5 years experience in a clinical/research
    gait laboratory required. Qualified candidates should be proficient at
    writing proposals and protocols resulting in publications in peer-reviewed
    journals. Computer programming with experience in the development of
    biomechanical movement analysis models desirable.


    Qualified candidates submit a letter of interest and cv to:
    Contact: Nicholas Hunter
    P.O. Box 4365
    Rockville, MD 20849
    Phone (301) 742- 7282

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