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    PhD Studentships in Biomechanics

    Department of Bioengineering

    Applications are invited for two PhD studentships in musculoskeletal

    The first studentship is funded by the Furlong Research Foundation into
    the biomechanics of the glenohumeral joint of the shoulder. This
    project will require a solid mechanics background with some engineering
    design experience.

    The second studentship is in the area of bone mechanics. A background
    in stress analysis with some experience in finite element modelling is

    The students will be supervised by Dr. Anthony Bull and a new member of
    staff within the Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College
    London. This department has received the highest research rating (5*)
    in the most recent Research Assessment Exercise.

    A stipend and fees will be awarded. Students must satisfy the
    eligibility criteria, including UK or EU residence for three or more

    For further details of both studentships, please contact Dr. Anthony
    Bull on tel no 020 7594 5186.

    The studentships are available from Autumn 2005 and applicants should
    register their interest by sending an up-to-date curriculum vitae to Dr.
    Anthony Bull at and by submitting an application
    form (which can be downloaded from

    Closing date: 31st July 2005

    Anthony M J Bull PhD DIC CEng MIMechE

    Lecturer in Musculoskeletal Mechanics, Postgraduate Tutor

    Department of Bioengineering

    Imperial College London

    Bagrit Centre, Mechanical Engineering Building

    South Kensington Campus

    London SW7 2AZ

    Tel: +44 20 7594 5186

    Fax: +44 20 7584 6897

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