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Post-doctoral Fellowship now Available

Post-doctoral opportunities are available for qualified individuals interested in pursuing a research-based career in plasticity of the neuromusculoskeletal system, muscle regeneration, muscular dystrophy, and magnetic resonance. The Muscle Physiology Laboratory offers a stimulating training environment to develop skills and expertise in novel molecular and cellular imaging techniques utilizing magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy (MRI/MRS), muscle physiology, assessment of skeletal muscle function in humans and animal models, stem-cell therapies, and/or therapeutic gene transfer for ameliorating muscle atrophy. Members of the Muscle Physiology Laboratory utilize state-of-the-art imaging facilities within the Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy Facility and the National High Field Magnet Lab.

Information regarding current post-doctoral fellows within the Muscle Physiology Laboratory and the Department of Physical Therapy can be found here.

Individuals interested in pursuing a post-doctoral fellowship within this environment should send a current curriculum vitae and a brief research statement to Dr. Krista Vandenborne, PhD, PT or Glenn Walter, PhD at

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This page was last updated Sep. 23, 2009.