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  • UW-Madison Hip Preservation Program Post-Doc

    Position Duties: The University of Wisconsin Hip Preservation Program is searching for a post-doctorate colleague to join our research team. Our mission is to provide comprehensive hip preservation options to our patients, with a robust research and education focus, in order to maximize our patient outcomes and move the field of hip preservation forward. The UW Hip Preservation Program has garnered national and international recognition for our clinical care, research publications, and education. We hope that a post-doctorate colleague will be a critical component in synthesizing the plethora of data we have collected and be integral in writing publications and research grants to secure future research projects.

    We want our new colleague to be a hard-working, independent thinker with strong communication (both written and oral) and interpersonal skills, and a desire to work in a highly collaborative environment. We seek candidates who embrace and augment our commitment to diversity and inclusivity. The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profound commitment to diversity both as an end in itself but, also as a valuable means for eliminating health disparities. As such, we strongly encourage applications from candidates who foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion.

    1. Generate research abstracts and manuscripts for publication
    2. Assist in the development of research grant proposals
    3. Assist with data collections
    4. Attend biweekly meetings with study personnel
    5. Attend weekly meetings with clinical and research personnel
    6. Assist with additional research projects as determined by mentor
    7. Other duties as determined by mentor

    Position Requirements:
    • Ph.D. degree in biomechanics, biomedical engineering, rehabilitation science, kinesiology or similar
    • Prior experience working in a musculoskeletal biomechanics research environment with human subjects, radiographic and advanced imaging
    • Strong written communication and organizational skills
    • Strong record of peer-reviewed scientific publications
    • Proficient with Matlab, R, REDCap, Microsoft Office and similar software
    • Able to work independently in the performance of the position requirements​

    Application Instructions: Email CV & Cover Letter to Dr. Andrea Spiker at
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