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  • Research assistant in clinical biomechanics

    An outstanding opportunity has arisen to join an experienced team and to develop your clinical biomechanics research skills in the expanding area of allied health research. This is an exciting new post working on a research and development project that links between the University of Central Lancashire, a commercial company and TrustTECH, the NHS innovation hub for North West England. The focus of the research is to help answer important and clinically relevant research questions. This includes the study of the effectiveness of a new product designed to interact with the body. You should hold a first degree with a biomechanics element.

    For more information contact Professor Jim Richards

    For information on how to apply please go to

    Jim Richards
    Professor of Biomechanics
    School of Public Health & Clinical Sciences
    Faculty of Health
    University of Central Lancashire
    UK ( ) ( )

    Tel +44 (0) 1772 894 575
    Fax +44 (0)1772 892 914