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  • Postdoctoral Position- University of Florida

    POSITION DESCRIPTION

    An NIH-funded post-doctoral research position is immediately available
    in the Applied Neuromechanics Laboratory in the Department of Applied
    Physiology and Kinesiology at the University of Florida. This funded
    project investigates and compares therapeutic modalities to treat motor
    (gait and postural disability) and nonmotor (cognition and language)
    symptoms of Parkinson's disease. In addition, the candidate will
    collaborate on investigations into the underlying neural mechanisms
    contributing to locomotor and cognitive dysfunction. The successful
    candidate will be responsible for overseeing and scheduling therapy
    delivery, data capture using motion analysis technology,
    post-processing, database management, and synthesis of results into
    journal publications.



    The University of Florida boasts a highly collaborative atmosphere.
    The successful candidate will have opportunities for interdisciplinary
    collaboration and training through the University of Florida Movement
    Disorders Center (http://mdc.mbi.ufl.edu/), the Department of Applied
    Physiology and Kinesiology (http://hhp.ufl.edu/apk.php), the Institute
    on Aging (http://www.aging.ufl.edu/); and Speech Language and Hearing
    Sciences (http://slhs.phhp.ufl.edu/ ), as
    well as the North Florida/South Georgia VA Medical Center. The
    University of Florida is located in Gainesville, a dynamic college town
    with affordable housing set within two hours of the beach. It is
    surrounded by beautiful wild areas and has frequently been listed among
    the best places to live in America.



    REQUIREMENTS

    The ideal candidate will have a PhD or equivalent degree in
    biomechanics, , physical therapy, neuroscience, psychology, biomedical
    engineering or related field. Experience with human subjects testing
    and working with elderly patient populations will be especially
    desirable. The candidate must possess independent research skills and
    communicate effectively with a range of people with varied backgrounds.
    The position requires a minimum 2 year commitment. Competitive salary
    and benefits are provided.



    APPLICATION

    Applicants should send a detailed CV, statement of research interests,
    and contact information of three references to



    Chris Hass, Ph.D.

    cjhass@hhp.ufl.edu

    352-392-9575 x 1294.





    Chris Hass, Ph.D.

    Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology

    Box 118205

    Gainesville, FL 32611-8205

    352-392-9575 x 1294


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