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  • Re: Biomedical and prosthetics

    In addition to this question, if anyone would also mind sharing their
    thoughts on the necessity of a PhD when working with the biomechanics of
    prosthetic vs normal human motion, I'd appreciate it. After graduation I
    will (hopefully) be continuing my studies with a MS for the time being
    since I don't plan on going into academia and wish to work as directly
    with patients as possible. Where are these jobs at?? And do they all
    require more than a Masters degree? I'm specifically looking in the
    Midwest as far as schools and jobs go. Any insights from the experts in
    our field would be helpful!
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