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    Post-Doctoral Fellowship Position in Rehabilitation Science
    Interdisciplinary Movement Science Lab
    University of Colorado (Anschutz Medical Campus)


    Post-closed 09-19-16
    Last edited by Cory Christiansen; September 19, 2016, 05:54 PM.

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    Re: Post-Doctoral Fellowship Position, University of Colorado Denver, Aurora, CO, USA

    Hi Dr Christiansen,

    May it be possible to know when the position is starting, please?

    Thank you.


    Originally posted by CoryC View Post
    Post-Doctoral Fellowship Position in Rehabilitation Science
    Interdisciplinary Movement Science Lab
    University of Colorado (Anschutz Medical Campus)


    A Post-doctoral Fellowship position is available in the Interdisciplinary Movement Science Lab within the Rehabilitation Science PhD Program at the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus.

    The successful candidate will participate in research activities examining the effects of physical rehabilitation on functional movement mechanics for two primary patient populations: 1) patients with lower limb joint arthritis and 2) patients with major lower-limb amputation. This is a 2-year position.
    The Anschutz Medical Campus at the University of Colorado is comprised of new state of the art facilities in fields throughout the biomedical sciences. The presence of 3 hospitals on the campus, along with the medical school, graduate school, and a rapidly expanding biotechnology business park allow for cross-collaboration and a focus on translational research. In addition, students are able to access resources, faculty, and courses from all 4 University of Colorado campuses, located throughout the front-range. The close proximity to Colorado’s world famous year-round outdoor recreation makes the University of Colorado an ideal location for PhD students to balance course work and research with a healthy, adventurous lifestyle.

    The Interdisciplinary Movement Science Lab specializes in locomotion and movement analysis. The lab is equipped with a motion analysis system which includes an 8-camera motion capture system (Vicon), EMG telemetry system (Delsys), pressure measurement (Tekscan), instrumented split-belt treadmill (Bertec), 12-meter walkway with imbedded force plates (Bertec), an electromechanical dynamometer (Biodex) and other specialized equipment to study human movement mechanics.

    If you have questions regarding your potential fit for this position, please email
    Dr. Cory Christiansen (cory.christiansen@ucdenver.edu)

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