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    Job Opportunities
    Accepting Applications for Faculty Position

    The Program in Physical Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine
    is seeking a full-time faculty member whose primary responsibility is to
    conduct research applicable to the biomechanics of movement. Applicants
    should have a record of publications and grant funding. The faculty member
    will be expected to establish a scholarly focused area of research within a
    productive laboratory environment, making significant contributions to the
    body of knowledge in movement science and provide training to Ph.D.
    students in Movement Science. Contributions in the areas of teaching and
    service are negotiated to achieve proper balance of responsibilities and to
    participate in achieving our Program’s missions. Faculty members have the
    opportunity to participate in all three doctoral curricula and in areas of
    clinical practice that are relevant to their research interests.

    The Program in Physical Therapy is located on the medical campus in updated
    facilities that are well equipped for teaching, research, and patient-care.
    Current program facilities include eight research laboratories that support
    collaborative studies in the movement sciences. Substantial opportunities
    exist for collaboration with scientists in multiple departments within
    Washington University. The core faculty of the Program in Physical Therapy
    is comprised of 29 individuals, over 90% of whom have doctoral degrees, and
    18 staff who serve multiple Program needs. Faculty members interact
    extensively with faculty in other departments both on the medical and
    liberal arts campuses. The participating faculty of the Ph.D. program
    includes individuals from Physical Therapy and the Departments of Anatomy
    and Neurobiology, Neurology, Medicine, Biology, Psychology, Cell Biology
    and Physiology, Otolaryngology, Orthopedics and Engineering.

    Please send a CV and letter of interest to Susan S. Deusinger, P.T., Ph.D.,
    Director, Program of Physical Therapy, Washington University School of
    Medicine, Box 8502, 4444 Forest Park Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63108 or
    email: Website:

    Washington University School of Medicine is an affirmative action Equal
    Opportunity Employer. The medical school maintains a policy of
    nondiscrimination with employees and applicants for employment.