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    The Division of Kinesiology at the University of Michigan invites
    applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant or
    Associate Professor level. Individuals with training and experience
    in any area of biomechanics relevant to human movement and health are
    encouraged to apply. Priority will be given to applicants studying
    innovative research questions and using novel techniques in either
    humans or animal models. Applicants must have completed a doctorate
    and postdoctoral training is expected. Demonstrated ability to
    attract external funding at the Associate Professor level or high
    potential to attract external funding at the Assistant Professor
    level is required. Teaching experience is highly desirable.
    Responsibilities of the position include developing a strong research
    program and teaching undergraduate courses in human movement
    biomechanics and graduate courses in the area of research specialty.
    The individual will be expected to acquire federal funding for
    research and to contribute to interdisciplinary research activities
    in the Division of Kinesiology.

    The Division of Kinesiology at the University of Michigan is one of
    19 degree-granting academic units on the Ann Arbor campus. Detailed
    information on the Division of Kinesiology, including its faculty,
    laboratories and instructional programs, is available at the
    following website:

    Review of applications will begin 15 November 2005 and will continue
    until the position is filled. Minorities and women are especially
    encouraged to apply. To apply, send electronic copies (e.g. pdf
    files) of your letter of application, curriculum vitae, two-page
    research statement, and names and contact information (mailing
    address, phone number, and email address) for three references to:

    Marsha Lewis
    Division of Kinesiology
    The University of Michigan

    For more information, please contact Melissa Gross (
    or Dan Ferris (

    The University of Michigan is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.