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    Division of Restorative Neurology and Human Neurobiology
    Baylor College of Medicine

    The Division of Restorative Neurology and Human Neurobiology at Baylor
    College of Medicine seeks a full-time Research Physical Therapist or Research
    Kinesiologist (masters level). The Division, as the first department of this
    emerging discipline, promotes research, education and clinical service. Restorative
    neurology is the branch of neurological science which applies active procedures to
    improve function of the impaired nervous system of acute or chronic patients
    through selective modification of impaired neurocontrol based on a thorough
    understanding of the underlying mechanisms. The individual will be required to
    collaborate with both scientists and physicians on research and clinical studies
    involving stroke and spinal cord injured subjects. The individual's main emphasis
    will be in the Human Motor Control Laboratory and in part with the Functional
    Electrical Stimulation Program. The Human Motor Control Laboratory is
    equipped with a 4-camera VICON System with 2 AMTI force platforms, a 16
    channel and 10 channel EMG system, a Kin-Com Isokinetic Muscle Testing
    System and a treadmill with bodyweight suspension capabilities. Qualifications
    include a degree in physical therapy or a Master's degree in kinesiology with
    experience in scientific research. Preference will be given to applicants who have
    prior experience in gait analysis, electromyography and functional electrical
    stimulation. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

    Baylor College of Medicine is an equal opportunity employer.

    Interested applicants should forward, a cover letter with any salary requirements, a
    curriculum vitae and any relevant materials to:

    Fabian E. Pollo, Ph.D.
    Director, Human Motor Control Laboratory
    Division of Restorative Neurology and Human Neurobiology
    Baylor College of Medicine
    6550 Fannin, Suite 1901
    Houston, TX 77030