There are a range of opportunities for clinical gait analysis and lower limb biomechanists to join with us at the University of Salford.
Join our new masters degree programme in Clinical Gait Analysis
This is a new programme developed within the CMAster programme funded by the European Union and will run for the first time from this September. It is a part-time distance learning course over three years which is aimed at staff already working within clinical gait analysis services who want to learn in a way that can be inetegrated with their working lives. We hope that those students will be joining with the support of their employers. I’ve a blog page giving more details or you can go to the University web-site which includes the portal for online application.
Join our research team
The University of Salford has an active research programme in various aspects of clinical gait analysis. Times are tough economically in the UK and we have limited funding but if you’ve got opportunities to self fund or apply for funding in your own country then we’d be happy to explore these with you. Please e-mail if you want to take this further.
Join our short courses
We can run two day or three day continuing professional development courses. These are designed to be run for a small number (up to ten) of people from a gait analysis service and are tailored to their particular requirements. Such courses have been run for services in Russia, Thailand, Denmark and South Africa. Before too long we are going to start running these courses on specific dates for anyone to sing up to. More details here.
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Thought you might be interested in this palpator technique:
Precision of shoulder anatomical landmark calibration by two approaches: a CAST-like protocol and a new anatomical palpator method.
Salvia P, Jan SV, Crouan A, Vanderkerken L, Moiseev F, Sholukha V, Mahieu C, Snoeck O, Rooze M.
Laboratory of Anatomy, Biomechanics and Organogenesis, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Faculty of Medicine, Belgium. firstname.lastname@example.org
i’m pursuing bachelor of biomedical engineering(4th year) and I have been working with vicon motion analysis system from last 8 months here in India. We are working on sports bio mechanics as well as gait analysis.I’m working under Transstadia Sports Science Lab. Your work helped to understand the bio mechanics a lot. As in I’m in last year of my bachelor I want to continue to study further in bio mechanics of human body.If I happen to get a guide like you for my mater’s it would be really amazing. Is there any chance that I can work under your guidance?
waiting for an early reply..