The successful candidates will participate in extramurally funded research that examines the effects of specific physical and pharmacological interventions on the adaptive properties of human locomotion and functional recovery, ranging from the identification of basic physiological mechanisms to clinical applications following neurological injury.
Applicants should have a PhD. A record of research in motor control, biomechanics, neuroscience or physical therapy is preferred.
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