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  • Postdoctoral Opportunity; Physiology&Biomechanics

    Postdoctoral Associate
    PI: Richard L. Marsh
    Location: Northeastern University, Boston MA
    Funding Source: NIH
    Stating date: 1 June 2003; position will remain open until a suitable
    candidate is found.

    Postdoctoral Research Associate is sought to participate in ongoing
    NIH sponsored project on Muscle Function During Animal Movement.
    Current work focuses on muscle function during running and jumping
    using guinea fowl and frogs. Work on isolated muscles is also planned.

    Qualifications: Individual must have a Ph.D. in an area related to
    muscle function and/or biomechanics during movement. Preferred skills
    should include some of the following: the ability to work with in
    vitro muscle preparations; experience with video or film recording
    techniques; experience with sonomicrometry to measure muscle length;
    experience with electromyography techniques; experience with
    biomechanical calculations from kinematic and force plate data;
    experience with aseptic surgery with animal subjects. Individual must
    be comfortable with experiments involving living vertebrate animals,
    including mammals, birds, and amphibians.

    Send CV and names of up to 3 references to:

    Richard L. Marsh, Professor
    Department of Biology, 414MU
    360 Huntington Ave.
    Northeastern University
    Boston, Massachusetts 02115
    Phone: 617 373-3495
    FAX: 617 373-3724

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