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    We are currently searching for individuals with expertise in
    Neurorehabilitation, Neuroscience, and/or Motor Control for our entry-level
    doctoral program (DPT). Appointment can be made as an Assistant, Associate,
    or full Professor depending on qualifications and experience. The
    appointment is a nine-month tenure track position with the likelihood of
    additional teaching possibilities in the summer quarter as well. Research
    start-up funds are available and negotiable for the individual with a
    defined research agenda. The program anticipates approval of the
    entry-level DPT (January 2003) which will begin in June 2003. Two new
    faculty positions have been made available concomitant with the change in
    curriculum. An earned doctoral degree is required for a Group I faculty
    position (tenure-track). Eligibility for licensure as a physical therapist
    in Ohio and clinical expertise in neurorehabilitation is preferred for one
    of the positions. Teaching responsibilities include supervision of students
    in research activities.

    Ohio University, the oldest university in the Northwest Territory, is
    located in the beautiful hills of southeastern Ohio. It is home to
    approximately 20,000 students and 988 full-time faculty. The program enjoys
    excellent support from the University. The first baccalaureate degree class
    graduated in 1986. We transitioned to an entry-level master’s degree in
    1996, the first public program in the state of Ohio to do so. We are now
    poised to transition to the doctoral degree in physical therapy. We
    currently have 9 full-time faculty, including the Director, and admit up to
    36 students each year. Teaching excellence is valued at Ohio University.
    Teaching workloads vary, but generally consist of one to two courses per
    quarter. There are four research laboratories within the School that boast
    state-of-the-art research equipment, and the capability to use the animal
    facilities exists as well. The University offers support to beginning
    researchers or to those finishing a research project through generous
    internal grants. The Office of Sponsored Research offers excellent support
    for preparation and submission of external grants. Active mentorship for
    pre-tenure faculty is available from senior faculty. Collaboration with
    other scientists is available within the School, the College, and the

    Please send inquiries regarding these positions to Averell S. Overby, P.T.,
    Dr.P.H., Director, Ohio University School of Physical Therapy. Phone number
    is 740-593-2624; fax is 740-593-0292; e-mail at Review of
    applications will begin in January 2003. To apply, please send a letter, a
    curriculum vitae and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three
    references to Dr. Overby at W290 Grover Center, Ohio University, Athens,
    Ohio 45701.

    James S Thomas, PhD, PT
    Assistant Professor
    W277 Grover Center
    Athens Ohio 45701

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