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    PhD in Neuroscience with a specialization in Movement and Rehabilitation
    Science

    PhD level graduate study is available in a newly established
    specialization in Movement and Rehabilitation Science within the
    Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neuroscience (NUIN) umbrella
    program. The degree specialty comprises faculty and resources from
    several units including NUIN, the Department of Physical Therapy and
    Human Movement Sciences, the Department of Physiology, the Department of
    Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the Department of Biomedical
    Engineering, and other affiliated units across the Chicago and Evanston
    campuses of Northwestern. The laboratories affiliated with MRS represent
    a broad array of research interests for fundamental and clinically
    applied experimental and modeling studies focused on movement and its
    rehabilitation.

    Students interested in earning a doctoral degree specialized in Movement
    and Rehabilitation Science apply for admission to Northwestern
    University directly through NUIN
    (http://www.northwestern.edu/nuin/index.htm). The degree specialty draws
    students from diverse backgrounds and disciplines including physical
    therapy, occupational therapy and other health professions, exercise
    science, biomechanics, engineering, and the basic sciences. The program
    focuses on research training, and content areas are created to match the
    interests of both the student and sponsoring faculty member.

    All admitted NUIN students specializing in Movement and Rehabilitation
    Science are given a graduate student fellowship that covers tuition
    costs and a stipend for living. The stipend will continue throughout the
    student's studies provided he/she remains in good academic standing.
    Medical insurance is also provided.

    Inquiries and further details about the Movement and Rehabilitation
    Science specialization can be obtained by contacting:
    David A. Brown, PT, PhD
    Associate Chair of Post-Professional Education
    email: d-brown1@northwestern.edu

    --
    David A. Brown, PT, PhD
    Associate Professor and Associate Chair for Post-Professional Education
    Department of Physical Therapy& Human Movement Sciences
    Director of NUPTHMS Locomotor Control Laboratory
    Adjunct Faculty Departments of Physical Medicine& Rehabilitation; Biomedical Engineering

    645 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1100
    Chicago, IL 60611
    (p) 312-908-0976
    (f) 312-908-0741
    d-brown1@northwestern.edu
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