Physical Therapy Faculty Position Available

NOTE: Must be eligible for Physical Therapist Licensure in the State of Ohio.

Come join the progressive faculty at The Ohio State University and become
part of:

* One of the most comprehensive academic medical centers at the second
largest University campus in the nation

* A growing research program with 5 NIH-funded research projects

* A strong, team approach to teaching with extensive resources and support

* An balanced mix of faculty with experience in teaching, scholarship, and
clinical practice

* The largest metropolitan community in Ohio with diversity in the arts,
sports, and other entertainment

If you are looking for a fun, dynamic work environment that fosters
creativity and offers comprehensive support to new faculty, the Physical
Therapy Division at The Ohio State University has a 12-month tenure-track
faculty position available at the Assistant Professor or higher level. The
successful candidate will have a background in orthopedic physical therapy,
as well as a focused area of research with the capacity to compete for
external funding; post-doctoral training is valued. Our program is currently
developing a transitional DPT and a PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences to
complement the existing MPT and MS programs. Existing interdisciplinary PhD
programs in Integrated Biomedical Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, and
Neuroscience are also open to qualified faculty. Responsibilities include
teaching in a case-based integrated curriculum, scholarship, student
advising, and service. Qualifications include a doctoral degree (PhD, EdD)
and eligibility for physical therapy licensure in Ohio. Opportunities and
resources are available to support faculty development and scholarly

To apply, please submit a c.v. and a cover letter with names and contact
information for three references to:

Debby Givens Heiss, PT, PhD, OCS
Assistant Professor, Division of Physical Therapy
1583 Perry Street, The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH 43210-1234
Phone: 614-292-0380
FAX: 614-292-0210

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