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    MOTION LAB RESEARCH PHYSICAL THERAPY POSITION AT THE NIH
    FUNCTIONAL & APPLIED BIOMECHANICS SECTION
    REHABILITATION MEDICINE DEPARTMENT
    NIH CLINICAL CENTER
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    Job Title: Physical Therapist-CC
    Department: Department Of Health And Human Services
    Agency: Health & Human Services, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
    Sub Agency: CC, Rehabilitation Medicine Department
    Job Announcement Number: CC-10-400663-CRS


    Salary Range: 41,300.00 - 62,00.00 USD per year
    Salary is commensurate with experience Open Period: May 10-June 4, 2010

    Series & Grade: AD-0633-00/00

    Position Information: Full-Time This is an Indefinite appointment in the Excepted Service.

    Duty Locations: 1 vacancy - Bethesda, Maryland

    Job Summary:
    The Rehabilitation Medicine Department (RMD), Clinical Center (CC), NIH, was established to provide the highest quality rehabilitation assessment and innovative rehabilitation services for patients with complex illnesses and other medical conditions participating in research at the NIH. The Department is comprised of six divisions: the Physical Therapy Section, Occupational Therapy Section, Recreation Therapy Section, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Section, Functional and Applied Biomechanics Section, and Speech and Language Pathology Section. Rehabilitation Medicine professionals strive to improve the quality of life for CC patients.
    We are seeking a licensed physical therapist with expertise or strong interest in 3D motion capture to work with a multidisciplinary research team in the Functional & Applied Biomechanics Section. This person would work directly under Dr. Diane Damiano and would be responsible for coordinating patient evaluations for multiple research protocols and participating in data analysis, interpretation and dissemination for many of these studies. They would also be integrally involved in the training of other clinical and research scientists in gait and motion analysis and other musculoskeletal and functional assessments. Interested and qualified individuals are invited to apply at USAJOBS using the above announcement number. If you would like more information before applying, please contact Diane Damiano at damianod@ccnih.gov or 301-451-7544.
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