The Comparative Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Laboratory at the University of Connecticut is looking for a talented and highly motivated student for a NIH funded doctoral research position assessing outcomes in a rodent model of anterior cruciate ligament injury.

Applicants should have a MS degree in biomechanics, kinesiology, biomedical engineering, or related field. Previous research experience, journal publications, high GRE scores, and a high GPA from previous academic work are highly desirable. The ideal candidate should also have excellent analytical and problem solving skills and thrive in both team and individual environments. The candidate must also have strong organizational and communication skills.

Starting Date: August 2018
Location: University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
Application Deadline: Open until filled

Applicants should send a single pdf document including a cover letter stating your personal research interest and goals, complete CV with list of publications, and contact information of three references.

Applications should be sent to Lindsey Lepley,
Assistant Professor, Department of Kinesiology
Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
University of Connecticut