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PhD position in rehabilitation robotics, Washington DC

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    A fully funded Research Assistant position is immediately available for PhD students interested in research on robotic devices for rehabilitation of hand and arm function after stroke. Students will work on a NIH-funded project within the Center for Applied Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Research (CABRR). CABRR is a joint center between the Biomedical Engineering Department at Catholic University and MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital. Students will join a vibrant and diverse team of clinicians, engineers and research scientists, all focused on rehabilitation of movement disorders following neurological injury. Qualified candidates will have an undergraduate degree in a relevant field of engineering and a GPA of 3.5 or higher.


    Peter Lum, PhD
    Biomedical Engineering
    The Catholic University of America
    620 Michigan Ave NE
    Washington DC 20064