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Carl G. Mattacola
02-25-2002, 03:31 AM
Doctoral Graduate Assistantship Position Available

The Division of Athletic Training in the Department of Rehabilitation
Sciences College of Allied Health Professions is seeking a highly motivated
student interested in pursuing a doctorate. Applicants should have a
personal interest in clinical research of the upper extremity, specifically
focusing on shoulder pathology and scapular dyskinesis.

10-Month Position Available - August, 2002. Renewable for 3 years.
Location: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Position Description: research assistant for an athletic training faculty
member in the Division of Athletic Training in the Department of
Rehabilitation Sciences, College of Allied Health Professions. Additional
clinical responsibilities include working in a sports medicine clinic

1. 2 years experience as an ATC and/or PT.
2. Earned master's degree.
3. Previous experience in research.
4. Interest in clinical research is required.
5. Good computer skills.
6. Good oral and written communication skills.

Stipend: $10,000/year (10-11 months), including tuition waiver and health
insurance for fall and spring semesters
The University of Kentucky offers the option of an: Ed.D. in Heath
promotion, a PhD in Exercise Science (Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology)
through the Department of Kinesiology in the college of Education
(http://www.uky.edu/Education/KHP/gradprog.htm); or a PhD in Rehabilitation
Sciences through the Department of Rehabilitation in the College of Allied
Health Professions (http://www.mc.uky.edu/rehabsciences/ ).

Send a letter of interest which specifies strengths for this position and
resume to:

Carl G. Mattacola, PhD, ATC
Assistant Professor - Director
Division of Athletic Training
University of Kentucky
CAHP Building, Room 205
121 Washington Avenue
Lexington, KY 40536-0003
*Office: (859) 323-1100 Ext. 267
*Fax: (859) 257-1816
*E-Mail: carlmat@.uky.edu

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