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    The Research Lab of the Dept. of Trauma and Reconstructive
    Surgery at the Charite Hospital of Berlin has a three-year opening
    for a PhD Student starting February/March 2000.

    We are a young and dynamic research laboratory with expertise
    in areas such as fracture healing, musculo-skeletal loading
    and soft tissue trauma.

    The project concerns the mechanical conditions in fracture
    healing and bone repair. It involves finite element analysis
    as well as histomorphometric measurements. The selected
    candidate will have access to a state-of-the-art biomechanical
    lab (Instron/Zwick), computer analysis lab (SGI, HP), histology
    lab as well as histomorphometric equipment (KS300).

    We expect a background in mechanics or physics and expierence
    in computer analysis such as finite element modeling. Previous
    expierence/work in biomechanics is not necessarily required.
    Knowledge of the German language is not necessarily
    required but foreigners are expected to learn German during their stay.
    The payment is according BAT IIa/2, approx. DM 1.800,- per month
    after tax.

    Interested applicants should submit their CV including records
    on educational and research experience as well as references to:

    Research Lab, Trauma and Reconstructive Surgery
    Dr. Georg Duda
    Charite, Campus Virchow-Klinikum
    Augustenburger Platz 1
    D-13353 Berlin
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    Dr.-Ing. Georg Duda
    Trauma and Reconstructive Surgery
    - Research Laboratory -
    Charite, Campus Virchow-Clinic, Humboldt University
    Augustenburger Platz 1, D-13 353 Berlin
    tel: +49.30.450.59079 (Office) +49.30.450.52032 (Dept.Sec'y)
    fax: +49.30.450.59969
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