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  • Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Associate,Northwestern University/RIC

    Dear Colleagues: Please post the following announcement.



    CourierPOSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH
    ASSOCIATE

    Biomedical Engineering/Electrical Engineering

    Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago/Northwestern University


    Position: POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

    Organization:Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago/ Northwestern
    University

    Location: Chicago, Illinois/Evanston, Illinois

    Deadline: August 31, 1999



    We seek a postdoctoral research associate to work on experimental and
    computer modeling of EMG signals with the goal of improving the control
    of artificial limbs. These studies will be performed in the Sensory
    Motor Performance Program (SMPP); a multidisciplinary research
    laboratory located in the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and
    in the Northwestern University Computational
    Electromagnetics Laboratory based in Evanston Illinois.


    Applicants should have a doctoral degree in biomedical engineering,
    electrical engineering or a related engineering discipline, and a
    strong background in mathematical modeling and signal analysis. An
    interest in and familiarity with basic neurophysiology is also helpful.
    The planned research involves developing and validating computer
    models of EMG signal propagation in muscles within animal and human
    limbs. The models will be validated with experimental data. The
    models will then be used to optimize myoelectric signal
    isolation/identification for implementation of novel myoelectric
    prosthesis control paradigms.


    The applicant will have the opportunity to participate in animal
    experiments and human experiments in addition to learning computational
    electromagnetics methods. The applicant has the possibility to get
    involved in prosthetics research and clinical exposure is also
    available. Finally, the applicant will be able to benefit from
    mentorship of a diverse research team including: Todd Kuiken, MD., PhD,
    a physician-scientist and biomedical engineer; Allen Taflove, Ph.D., a
    leader in the field of computational electromagnetics; and Jules
    Dewald, Ph.D., PT, a motor control neuroscientist and clinician.


    Applicants should send a letter, curriculum vitae, the names, addresses
    and email addresses of at least three references to:

    Todd Kuiken, MD, PhD

    Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Rm 1124

    345 East Superior St, Chicago, Illinois, 60611.

    Phone: (312) 908-8072; FAX (312) 503-0401

    Email:
    0000,0000,00FFtkuiken@rehabchicago.org


    The starting date for the position is negotiable.
    Women and candidates from underrepresented minority groups are
    encouraged to apply. The RIC is an Affirmative Action/Equal
    Opportunity Employer. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in
    the United States.






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