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POST-DOCTORAL POSITION- EMG signal analysis: Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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  • POST-DOCTORAL POSITION- EMG signal analysis: Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

    Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
    Sensory Motor Performance Program
    Single motor unit laboratory

    A new post-doctoral position is available to work on mechanisms of motor impairment in stroke survivors. The position is to use new surface EMG recording grids to examine spatial distribution of motor unit activity and motor unit discharge over the surface of stroke-impaired muscles.
    The position is to be part of collaboration with several laboratories in Europe. Additional information about the Sensory Motor Performance Program and the single motor unit laboratory can be found at
    Applicants should possess a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Physics, Applied Mathematics or a related field. Successful candidates will have strong technical and signal processing skills and excellent MATLAB capabilities. Experience with advanced signal processing of EMG signals is highly desirable.

    If interested in the position, please send a letter of interest, CV, and names of three references to:
    W Zev Rymer MD PhD
    Northwestern University
    Vice President for Research,
    Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
    Chicago, Illinois, USA

    The position is open until filled.
    Review of applications will begin immediately.
    Salary is dependent on seniority.
    A 2-year commitment is preferred
    Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago is an equal opportunity employer