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    Sports Medicine Graduate Assistantships are Available

    The graduate program in Sports Medicine from Sports Medicine and
    Nutrition (School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences) at the
    University of Pittsburgh is accepting applications from students
    interested in receiving a MS in Sports Medicine. The MS in Sports
    Medicine is structured to provide coursework in the major academic areas
    of sports medicine, physiology, biomechanics, injury evaluation and
    treatment, rehabilitation, physical training, anatomy, education,
    nutrition, pathokinesiology, statistics, and research methodology. Both
    thesis and non-thesis routes are available. Thesis route students are
    provided with research experience in the Neuromuscular Research
    Laboratory housed within the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center,
    Center for Sports Medicine. The research experience in the Neuromuscular
    Research Laboratory focuses on issues central to clinical research in
    orthopedics and sports medicine. Research includes the use of motion
    analysis (video and electromagnetics) electromyography, isokinetic
    dynamometry, and proprioceptive and balance assessment modalities for
    the purpose of defining and restoring function in the injured athlete
    and physically active individual. Weekly seminars sponsored by the
    Departments of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine provide students
    with access to the most current research and clinical developments
    related to patient care.

    Graduate assistantships are available in the university, high school,
    and clinical settings to those who qualify. Assistantships include full
    tuition waiver, stipend, and access to health insurance. Typically
    assistantships are one-year appointments renewable annually.

    Additional information concerning the program can be obtained by
    contacting Joseph Myers, PhD, ATC at the contact information below and
    by visiting the Neuromuscular Research Laboratory website

    Joseph B. Myers, PhD, ATC

    Coordinator of Graduate Education in Sports Medicine

    University of Pittsburgh

    Sports Medicine and Nutrition

    4054 Forbes Tower

    Pittsburgh, PA 15260