The University of Colorado Denver is looking for a motivated and experienced candidate to join our team conducting research in patients undergoing total joint arthroplasty within two large clinical trials. The current projects are interdisciplinary and funded through the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Veterans Affairs.


·Maintaining laboratory and relevant equipment

·3D marker-based motion capture data collection

·Data processing and analysis through Vicon, Visual3D, and MATLAB

·Project management and laboratory calendar coordination

·Training new lab members on equipment use and research procedures


·Minimum of a master’s degree in biomechanics/movement science or related fields

·Experience collecting human movement data with research participants

·Excellent written and oral communication skills

·Strong critical thinking skills

·Ability to work independently

Preferred Qualifications

·Experience in Vicon Motion Systems, Visual3D, and MATLAB

Qualified applicants interested in a postdoctoral position can be negotiated. The position would be available for a minimum of two-years with additional availability pending on satisfactory work and funding. Interested applicants will need to provide a cover letter, detailed CV, and three references for contact. All applications need to be emailed to Emily Hager, Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and continue until the position is filled.

Cory Christiansen, PT, PhD

Associate Professor

School of Medicine, Physical Therapy Program

University of Colorado Denver

Director, Interdisciplinary Movement Sciences Laboratory

Jennifer Stevens-Lapsley, PT, PhD


Director, Rehabilitation Science PhD Program

School of Medicine, Physical Therapy Program

University of Colorado Denver