*This position has been filled.*


The UMN has suspended hiring for most positions. However, we will continue hiring for positions critical to the University's mission and operations at this time. Applications are being accepted for this position and you are encouraged to apply. In-person interviews are suspended indefinitely and will be replaced by interviews in a virtual format. Thank you for your continued interest in working at the University of Minnesota.

Required Qualifications:

This position is designed for a medical school graduate with an interest in pursuing an orthopaedic residency position or a career in academic medicine and clinical research with a particular interest in orthopaedic trauma.  An understanding of orthopaedic devices and fracture care is preferred along with a desire to learn to read and identify fracture patterns from radiographic images.  Experience with anatomical and /or surgical dissection techniques, with a strong understanding of anatomy, in particular musculoskeletal anatomy is desired.  In addition, the preferred candidate would have skills, experiences and a strong interest in developing and executing robust clinical and biomechanical study protocols, including statistical analysis and publication of scientific research results.

 

Regions Orthopaedic Surgery
Post-Doctoral Associate [9546]


This position will manage and execute broad aspects of data collection and analysis including interfacing with other academic research institutions for purposes of multi-center prospective studies; conduct various radiographic analyses; organize and participate in the development of scientific manuscripts; and perform miscellaneous support of other ongoing projects for Dr. Peter A. Cole and the orthopaedic surgery staff at Regions Hospital.

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