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  • POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP POSITIONS AVAILABLE (3-YEAR)

    POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP POSITIONS AVAILABLE (3-YEAR):
    YOGA BIOMECHANICS AND FUNCTIONAL ADAPTATIONS IN SENIORS

    MUSCULOSKELETAL BIOMECHANICS RESEARCH LABORATORY (MBRL)
    DIVISION OF BIOKINESIOLOGY & PHYSICAL THERAPY
    UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (USC)

    http://pt2.usc.edu/labs/mbrl/

    The Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy at USC announces two 3-year postdoctoral
    fellowship positions, funded by the National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine
    (NCCAM; NIH), to study the biomechanics and functional adaptations associated with Yoga participation
    in healthy older adults. Candidates must be competent in biomechanics, quantitative motion analysis,
    EMG measurement, and clinical research. Physical therapists, exercise physiologists, gerontology
    researchers, and researchers studying complimentary & alternative activity interventions,
    with training in biomechanics, are also encouraged to apply.

    Research programs at MBRL encompass a broad range of disciplines, including biomedical engineering,
    anatomy, rehabilitation, orthopedics, robotics, geriatrics, athletic medicine, gait, and tissue mechanics.
    Interested postdoctoral candidates should submit, via e-mail, an electronic copy of their curriculum vitae
    with complete contact information and 2 references to:

    George Salem, Ph.D.
    Co-director, Musculoskeletal Biomechanics Research Laboratory
    University of Southern California
    gsalem@usc.edu

    THE POSITIONS START IMMEDIATELY. PLEASE RESPOND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

    USC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work
    in the United States. USC encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minorities, veterans
    and women.
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