No announcement yet.

Laboratory Technician at University of Kentucky

  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Laboratory Technician at University of Kentucky

    We are looking for an individual with a masters degree in biomechanics, biomedical engineering, or related field to work on exciting funded projects in the departments of orthopaedic surgery and physical therapy at the University of Kentucky. Our work centers on uncovering mechanisms for protracted impairments following orthopaedic injuries and developing novel therapeutic interventions. We use a variety of techniques ranging from magnetic resonance imaging to 3D biomechanics.

    The person in this position must have a research interest in lower extremity biomechanics as well as experience with lower extremity motion capture, data processing, and software such as visual 3D, Matlab, or Labview. They should also have excellent verbal communication skills and be comfortable working with patients with a variety of orthopedic injuries. They will be oversee data collections, processing, assist with data analysis and manuscript preparation on a multi year prospective studies. The person in this position will join a team of experienced orthopaedic surgeons, physical therapists, biomechanists, and clinical trialists.

    Lexington is a beautiful city situated in the rolling foot hills of the bluegrass region of Kentucky.
    There are numerous outdoor activities ranging from climbing to caving and kayaking, all within an hour’s drive. Lexington also has a rich cultural environment with a strong arts and music scene. Additionally, Lexington benefits from a very reasonable cost of living and temperate weather.

    If interested in the position please email a curriculum vitae and statement of interest to Dr. Brian Noehren PT, Ph.D., at The start date for this position is negotiable and may occur after the conclusion of the 2020 spring semester.

    Brian Noehren PT, Ph.D. FACSM
    Associate Professor
    Department of Physical Therapy
    Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
    University of Kentucky
    Last edited by Brian Noehren; January 9, 2020, 10:57 AM.