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  • CLOSED POSITION AT NIH

    On March 17, 1993 I posted the following position announcement on
    BIOMCH-L. Since that time, this announcement has been cross posted in the
    Feb/Mar ISB Newsletter and the May ASB Newsletter. I am happy to state that
    completed applications from over 25 highly qualified professionals were
    forwarded to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for
    processing. On June 11th I was officially informed by the host institute that
    funding for this position has been CUT from their budget. While I intend to
    contact each applicant personally, please disregard any future cross postings
    of this announcement.

    Steven J. Stanhope

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    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    !POSITION CLOSED!
    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Position Announcement

    RESEARCH IN BIOMECHANICS

    The National Institutes of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS),
    National Institutes of Health (NIH) is sponsoring a two year tenure track
    appointment to advance the clinical/research assessment of normal and
    pathological subjects in the areas of gait and balance. The incumbent will
    be working with the Clinical Director, NINDS and staff of the Biomechanics
    Laboratory, Rehabilitation Medicine Department. Patient populations may
    include, but are not limited to, Parkinson's disease, Cerebellar Ataxia,
    Autism, and Myoclonus.

    The Biomechanics Laboratory is equipped with a passive infrared,
    three-dimensional target tracking system, two position adjustable force
    plates, EMG instrumentation, and software for complete six degree-of-freedom
    analysis of segmental and full body movements.

    Candidates must have *post doctoral* status and should have a background in
    Biomechanics, Engineering or the Physical Sciences. Prior applied research
    experience is desirable, but not mandatory. We anticipate a starting date
    of July 1993.

    Send Curriculum vitae, three letters of reference, and a letter
    explaining your interest to:

    Steven J. Stanhope, Ph.D.
    Biomechanics Laboratory
    Building 10 Room 6s235
    National Institutes of Health
    Bethesda, MD. 20892
    USA

    (301) 496-4733 ext 11
    Stanhope%bmlvax.dnet@DXI.NIH.GOV

    NIH is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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