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    Dear Friends and Colleagues,



    We have two biomechanics graduate assistantships available starting in
    the Fall 2006 semester. Both positions are supported through a grant
    from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) investigating human aging
    and locomotion. The students will work in the Biomechanics Laboratory in
    the Department of Exercise and Sport Science as they pursue a Master's
    Degree. The program of study lasts two years although some recent
    students have completed all requirements in 1.5 years. Our graduates
    have obtained employment in the health and medical fields or have
    continued their education in medical or Ph.D. programs.



    Please forward this note to any interested students or if you are
    considering entering a graduate program in biomechanics, please contact
    me about our program and opportunities.



    Application forms can be found at the website for the Graduate School at
    East Carolina University, http://www.ecu.edu/gradschool/ and other
    information about our program can be found at the Lab website,
    http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/exss/biomechlab.cfm .







    Paul DeVita, Ph.D.

    Biomechanics Laboratory

    332 Ward Sports Medicine Building

    Department of Exercise and Sport Science

    College of Health and Human Performance

    East Carolina University

    Greenville, NC 27858



    phone: 252 - 737 - 4563

    fax: 252 - 737 - 4689


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