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  • Post-doctoral Fellowships at the Kessler Foundation Research Center

    The Kessler Foundation Research Center (West Orange, New Jersey) is continuing to recruit postdoctoral fellows to conduct neuromuscular and musculoskeletal research applied to topics in adult medical rehabilitation. Applications are being accepted until all available positions are filled. The fellowships are funded by an Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training (ARRT) grant from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR, and are expected to last for a two year term.

    Current research areas of high priority are:

    * Gait and orthotic interventions in adults with hemiplegia secondary to stroke
    * Topics in spinal cord injury rehabilitation, including electrical stimulation, neural adaptations, and musculoskeletal atrophy
    * Image-based evaluation and biomechanical modeling in musculoskeletal conditions such as osteoarthritis

    Qualifying candidates must have an earned doctorate in engineering (e.g. biomedical, rehabilitation, mechanical), biomechanics, kinesiology, or a related field. Strong candidates will have prior experience in performing research studies in human subjects, as well as some history of publication and presentation of original research. Additional desirable skills and experience include: experience with motion analysis, experience with medical imaging, experience with EMG collection/analysis, the ability to independently develop processing methods for data analysis (using for example Matlab or Labview), knowledge of statistical data analysis, and excellent written communication skills.

    The Kessler Foundation Research Center is a division of Kessler Foundation, a public charity that advances its mission of improving the lives of people with disabilities through research and grant-making programs. The Kessler Foundation Research Center is affiliated with the renowned Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation in West Orange, New Jersey and enjoys collaborations with partners at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rutgers- The State University of New Jersey, Seton Hall University, New York University, and the University of Delaware. Applicants are encouraged to visit the Research Centerís website (http://www.kesslerfoundation.org/research/) to learn about the missions, activities, and resources of the Center and its laboratories.

    Administration of the ARRT fellowships occurs within the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation by the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - New Jersey Medical School in Newark. As such, fellows enjoy the benefits and academic resources available to all post-doctoral fellows at the Medical School. Fellows may also be recommended for an academic appointment at the rank of Instructor.

    Initial and informal inquiries about the fellowship may be directed by email to:

    Peter Barrance, Ph.D.
    Neuro-Musculoskeletal ARRT Project Director, Kessler Foundation Research Center
    pbarrance@kesslerfoundation.org

    Applicants for fellowships should refer to the "Neuro-Musculoskeletal Fellowship" and forward

    * Letter of application
    * Curriculum Vitae
    * One page statement of research interests

    by email to: career@kesslerfoundation.org

    or by mail to:

    Kessler Foundation, Attn: Human Resources
    300 Executive Drive, Suite 150
    West Orange, NJ 07052-3390

    Letters of recommendation: The search committee will ask well qualified candidates to request letters of recommendation from three current or former professional associates to be provided to Dr. Barrance.

    Due to limitations in resources, we regret that only candidates whose applications are brought forward by the fellowship committee will be contacted.

    In addition to citizens, non-citizen nationals, and permanent residents of the US, non-immigrants are eligible to apply provided they can be lawfully employed in the U.S.

    EOE M/F/D/V

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    Re: Post-doctoral Fellowships at the Kessler Foundation Research Center

    Dear Prof.
    I have sent my resume to your mail id, kindly go through and let me know your feedback on that.
    Regards,
    Dr.Siva

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