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  • Spine Research Opportunities - Univ of Vermont

    Date: 22nd September 1994

    Dear Biomch-l

    Opportunities exist at the University of Vermont (UVM) to join my
    National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded research project
    directed at roles of muscles in the stability of the lumbar spine.
    The project includes detailed anatomical studies, analytical
    modeling of muscle behavior and of muscle recruitment strategies,
    instability analyses, and verification studies with human

    1. A graduate student stipend is available immediately to
    support someone pursuing a degree in Biomedical Engineering
    (MSc.) or Mechanical Engineering (PhD), or related fields.
    This person will be expected to work 50% of their time on
    the funded project.

    2. A Post-Doctoral Fellowship (National Institutes of Health
    funded) in the Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation
    is expected to be available in September 1995. This
    position requires a PhD Degree, and US Citizenship or
    permanent resident status. It is a one or two year

    Please post or forward this information to potential applicants.
    I shall be available to meet interested persons at the ASB meeting
    in Columbus Ohio, October 1994.

    UVM is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

    For further information contact me at:

    Ian Stokes
    Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation,
    University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 05405-0084, USA
    Tel: (+1) 802 656 4249 Fax: (+1) 802 656 4247