An immediate position for an NIH-funded Post-Doctoral Researcher position is available in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland Ohio in the areas of biomechanical modeling, control, and experimental demonstration of neural stimulation systems to improve motor function to individuals with paralysis. Work will take place at the Motion Study Laboratory of the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center with a dynamic interdisciplinary team that conducts federally funded research to ensure seated, standing and walking stability after paralysis.

Candidates should have (1) good working knowledge and application of dynamic systems, feedback control theory, and optimization; (2) experience with collection and analysis of kinematic and kinetic data from able-bodied and individuals with neuromusculoskeletal disabilities. (3) familiarity with musculoskeletal modeling will be an advantage. Strong interpersonal and written/oral communication skills are required.

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