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  • Post-Doc Position

    Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship

    Laboratory for Soft Tissue Research
    Hospital for Special Surgery
    New York City

    The Laboratory for Soft Tissue Research is seeking a Ph.D.
    bioengineer/engineer with interest in soft tissue biomechanics and tissue
    engineering at the cell and tissue levels. The position is a 1+ year
    post-doctoral fellowship to study mechanochemical transduction and cell
    signaling mechanisms in cartilage. The research will involve all areas of
    biomedical research, including cell biology, biochemistry, biomechanics and
    molecular biology. While desirable, the candidate does not have to have
    experience in these areas. The laboratory is a multidisciplinary research
    environment, such that the post-doctoral candidate will work closely with
    physicians, scientists, bioengineers and undergraduate and graduate
    students.

    The laboratory's strategic plan for the 21st Century is to broaden it's
    expertise in cell and tissue biology and bioengineering related to
    mechanisms governing the injury and repair of ligaments, meniscus and
    cartilage. This position is directed towards fulfilling this gaol.
    Interested candidates should send a CV and the names of three references
    to:

    Peter A. Torzilli, Ph.D.
    Laboratory for Soft Tissue Research
    Hospital for Special Surgery
    535 East 70th Street
    New York, NY 10021-4892

    or via email: torzillip@hss.edu

    Telephone: (212) 606-1087
    FAX: (212) 249-2373


    The Laboratory for Soft Tissue Research is affiliated the Cornell University
    Medical College and the Center for Biomedical Engineering, School of
    Engineering, City College of New York.

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