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mrodgers99
05-13-2003, 11:22 PM
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> A post-doctoral research fellow position funded by an NIH training Grant
> is available May 2003 in the Department of Physical Therapy and
> Rehabilitation Science at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

> Research opportunities include studies involving.innovative upper
> and lower extremity exercise paradigms in subjects with a variety of
> disabilities, parallel mechanistic studies, and epidemiologic studies.

> Post-doctoral fellows will participate in weekly research seminars,

> journal clubs, and university sponsored courses in research ethics and

> human subjects protection. Mentors are assigned to fellows according to
> research interests and preferences of fellows toward desired areas of
> expertise.
> Post-doctoral trainees are expected to have high-level academic and

> research skills upon acceptance into the program.

> Fellows are guaranteed two years of funding with a third year optional.

> The fellowship period offers mentored academic and research training
> and protected time with which to develop an independent line of research.
> All post-doctoral trainees are expected by the end of their training to
> write independent research grants to help fund them during their early

> years of transition to an academic position.
>
> Requirements: Recent PhD degree in an appropriate health care or related
> field and a strong interest in physical rehabilitation sciences.

> Candidates who are physical therapists and/or who have had experience

> with patients with disabilities will be given preference.
> The qualified candidate will possess an understanding of and be able to
> utilize scientific and technical language and symbols; the ability to
> troubleshoot

> and learn new technologies and methodologies from published procedures;

> and have superior computer word-processing, data management and analysis,

> and statistical spreadsheet skills.
> A demonstrated willingness to learn new techniques will be considered an
> advantage.

>
> Hiring Range: Salary and benefits consistent with NIH stipend levels.
>

> If interested, please contact:
> Mary Rodgers, PT, PhD
> Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
> University of Maryland School of Medicine
> 100 Penn Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
> mrodgers@som.umaryland.edu
>
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> Mary Rodgers, PT, PhD
> Professor and Chair
> Dept. of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
> University of Maryland School of Medicine
> 100 Penn Street
> Baltimore, MD 21201
> phone:(410) 706-5658 Fax: (410) 706-4903
> mrodgers@umaryland.edu http://pt.umaryland.edu
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Mary Rodgers, PhD, PT
Professor and Chair
Dept. of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
University of Maryland School of Medicine
100 Penn Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 706-5658
Fax: (410) 706-4903
mrodgers@umaryland.edu
http://pt.umaryland.edu
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