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Mark Rogers
12-26-2000, 07:15 AM
Faculty Position in
Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences/Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Northwestern University Medical School
Chicago, Illinois

Position: Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure Track: Motor Control in
Neurological Disorders

Northwestern University Medical School's Department of Physical Therapy and
Human Movement Sciences seeks a full-time Assistant or Associate Professor
for study of the mechanisms of motor dysfunction accompanying neurological
disorders. The position will be offered in the tenure track. Salary is

Applicants likely will have a clinical degree, preferably in Physical
Therapy, and hold an earned doctorate in Neuroscience, Neurophysiology,
Biomedical Engineering or a related discipline. Postdoctoral training is
strongly preferred. Applicants should demonstrate a successful record of
research, such as extramural grant acquisition and publication in high
quality peer-reviewed journals. Prior experience with research involving
human subjects and in persons with neurological involvement affecting
movement function is required. The faculty member will be expected to
establish a high quality research program and to contribute to the teaching
of students, and to provide service in the Medical School and to the

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, the names, addresses and email
addresses of four referees, and a statement of research interests and
objectives to the Chair of the Search Committee: Mark W. Rogers, PhD, PT,
Director of Research and Associate Professor, Department of Physical
Therapy and Human Movement Sciences, Northwestern University Medical
School, 645 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1100, Chicago, IL 60611, U.S.A.

Phone (312) 708-6783; FAX (312) 908 0741; Email: m-rogers@northwestern.edu
In order to receive full consideration, applications must be received by
March 15, 2001.

The starting date for the position is negotiable. Northwestern University
is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities
are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in
the United States.

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