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Michael W. Krzyzewski Human Performance Laboratory(K-Lab) < /p>
Doctor of Physical Therapy Division, Department ofOrthopaedi c Surgery
Duke University School of Medicine
The Doctor of Physical Therapy Division (DPT), the DukeSports Science Institute, and the Department of Orthopaed ic Surgery at DukeUniversity seek to recruit a research scientist in the area of humanmovement/motion analysis. This appointmentis housed in Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Duke University within t heDPT division. The ideal candidate exhibits strong collaborative skills , adiverse history of independent and/or collaborative (i.e. Co-investig ator)governmental and private funding success and scholarship in varying areas ofmovement science, engineering, orthopedics, and sports medicine . The research wouldbe based in the Michael W. Krzyzewski Human Performa nce Lab (K-Lab), a state ofthe art movement science laboratory. < /p>
Qualifications forthis research sci entist position include:
< li>Candidates must have anearned doctorate (PhD or equivalent such as Sc.D., M.D., D.V.M.) in kinesiology, bio-mechanics, sports science, bio-engineering, or another closely related area; 5+ years of postdoctoral experience conducting scientif ic research independently;
Multiple publica tions and notable significant contributions to scientific research;
Experience working with a diverse professional popu lation (e.g., MD’s, physical therapists, athletic trainers).< /li>
Strong collaborative skills including experience coordin ating or collaborating in a movement science/sports performance labo ratory;
Proficiency in performing motion captur e and analysis, force plate recording and analysis and isokinetic dy namometry testing and analysis;
Interests in no vel, multidisciplinary sports medicine research;
Ex perience working with diverse patient and student populations;
Excellent communication and organizational skills;
Salary is commensurate withqualification andexperience. Candidates selected for an interview will be asked to provide abrief synopsis of past movement science/sports orie nted research. Allinterested candidates should send (in confidence) a co ver letter and curriculumvitae by January 31, 2021 including contact inf ormation for three references byemail to Dr. Lou DeFrate.
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