Faculty Position in Exercise Science: Tenure track, academic year
appointment at assistant or associate professor rank, State University
of New York at Buffalo.

Qualification: Record of scholarly accomplishments, teaching
effectiveness and grantsmanship commensurate with rank. Doctorate
degree with specialization in Movement Control, Biomechanics or related

Responsibilities: Direct an independent, productive research laboratory,
secure external funding and teach courses in Movement Control Through
the Lifespan, Biomechanics and Science of Human Movement. Teach graduate
courses in area of specialization, mentor graduate students and
participate in professional and university service.

Application Deadline: Screening of applicants will begin on April 15 and
continue until the position is filled.

Contact: Send letter of application addressing qualifications for the
position, a curriculum vitae and the names and address of three
professional references to: Harold Burton, Ph.D., Department of Physical
Therapy, Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, 405 Kimball Tower, University
at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, 14214. (716) 829-2941, Ext. 202.

Professional Environment: The University at Buffalo is a major public
research university and health science center that is affiliated with
eight hospitals in the Buffalo area. Schools of Health Related
Professions, Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Dental Medicine, Nursing
and Pharmacy provide a rich environment for collaborative research. The
department has adopted a research focus that emphasizes biomechanics,
nutrition and physiology as related to physical activity, health and
disease, and is approached from basic, applied and clinical
perspectives. We have active research laboratories in the areas of gait
and posture, musculoskeletal control of movement, cardiopulmonary
physiology, muscle plasticity, exercise nutrition, electrotherapy,
nutritional aspects of chronic disease, and neuro-rehabilitation. The
department offers an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science,
professional preparation in Physical Therapy, as well as graduate
degrees in Nutrition and in Exercise Science. We also participate in an
interdisciplinary doctoral program in Rehabilitation Science.

The University at Buffalo is an equal opportunity-affirmative action

The School of Health Related Professions is interested in identifying
prospective minority and women candidates. No person in whatever
relationship with the University at Buffalo shall be subject to
discrimination on the basis of age, creed, color, handicap, national
origin, race, religion, sex, marital or veteran status.

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