VisionScienceList: Postdoc in Optics and Ophthalmology

From: Munger, Rejean (
Date: Thu Dec 14 2000 - 08:56:10 PST

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    Post Doctoral Position - Optics and Ophthalmology

     The University of Ottawa Eye Institute is seeking applications for a
    post-doctoral fellowship (2 years) in the application of wavefront
    aberration measurements and adaptive optics to clinical and basic research
    in ophthalmology. The successful candidate will have a doctorate in Visual
    Science, Physics or Engineering with experience in the development and
    assessment of optical instrumentation. Strong interpersonal skills and the
    ability to work within a team are essential. Experience in ophthalmic
    instrumentation or physiological optics would be an asset but is not
    The Eye Institute, including all clinical services and research
    laboratories, is located at the General Campus of the Ottawa Hospital. The
    research and clinical facilities are modern and well equipped. Research
    laboratories and offices are integrated within the clinical service of the
    Eye Institute fostering close research collaborations between Ph.D.=s and
    clinicians. The eye institute is a bilingual working environment (French and
    English). Position is available immediately but starting date is flexible.
    Applications should include a copy of your CV, a letter of introduction and
    three references.

    Please direct all inquiries and CV=s to:

    Rejean Munger, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor
    U. of Ottawa Eye Institute
    Ottawa Hospital General Campus
    501 Smyth, Ottawa, Canada, K1H 8L6
    ph: 613-737-8547
    fax: 613-737-8836

    Rejean Munger, PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Visual Optics Laboratory
    U. of Ottawa Eye Institute
    Ottawa Hospital General Site
    501 Smyth, Ottawa, On, Ca
    K1H 8L6
    Ph: 613-737-8547
    Fax: 613-739-6645

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