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POSTDOC WITH FOCUS ON INJURY PREVENTION IN A RETURN-TO-SPORT CONTEXT
Beschreibung

UMIT TIROL – Private University of Health Sciences and Technology GmbH is recruiting for the further development of the Research Unit for Orthopaedic Sports Medicine and Injury Prevention at the Institute for Sports Medicine, Alpine Medicine and Health Tourism and Injury Prevention of the Department of Psychology and Sports Medicine as of the next possible date in the following full-time position with an initial 3-year fixed-term employment contract with the option of extension:

POSTDOC WITH FOCUS ON INJURY PREVENTION IN A
RETURN-TO-SPORT CONTEXT

The focus of this position is on the biomechanical evaluation and further development of sports-specific virtual reality (VR) and mixed reality (MR) applications for orthopaedic (sports-) injuries. With the help of VR and MR applications, the interface between therapy and
return-to-sport will be improved and their potential for sport-specific performance diagnostics evaluated.

Your main tasks:
• Acquisition, management and implementation of research projects within the framework of the research topic described above in close cooperation with the biomechanical measurement laboratory MOTUM – Human Performance Institute
• Participation in and management of courses at UMIT TIROL
• Supervision of students and doctoral candidates, especially on topics of sports medicine and injury prevention
• Supervision of students’ scientific theses
• Participation in university self-administration

Kontakte

Interested applicants are kindly requested to send their relevant documents (letter of motivation, curriculum vitae, complete references) in German or English language electronically by 19.03.2023 to Dr. Gerda Strutzenberger at office@motum.at; Subject: Postdoc Return-to-Sport

Arbeitspensum
Vollzeit
Arbeitsort
Eduard-Wallnöfer-Zentrum 1, Hall in Tirol, 6060, Österreich
Veröffentlichungsdatum
13. Februar 2023
Gültig bis
19. März 2023
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Anstellung: POSTDOC WITH FOCUS ON INJURY PREVENTION IN A RETURN-TO-SPORT CONTEXT