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  • Michael Harris-Love
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    Re: Rehabilitation Research Fellowship at the DC VAMC

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    Notice: Appointed P/TBI Fellows who are recent graduates (within 2 yrs) may be eligible to participate in the VA Pathways Program.

    The
    Pathways Recent Graduates Program allows recent graduates to enter VA in career positions that emphasize long-term training and development. Successful applicants are placed in a dynamic developmental program with potential to lead to a civil service career in the Federal Government. The program lasts for one year or more. If you are a current Pathways Recent Graduate, visit Pathways at VA for more information and resources that can help you throughout your program.


    For more information:
    Last edited by Michael Harris-Love; May 14, 2016, 12:20 PM.

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  • Rehabilitation Research Fellowship at the DC VAMC & National Rehabilitation Hospital

    REHABILITATION RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP


    Polytrauma and Traumatic Brain Injury Research at the DC VA Medical Center and NRH


    Clinical Specialist Track (1 yr): Physical Therapy license and DPT degree required
    Clinician-Investigator Track (2 yr): Physical Therapy license required combined with a DPT degree or other doctoral degree
    Rehabilitation Scientist Track (2 yr): PhD or other rehabilitation science-related doctoral degree required (non-clinical position)


    Description: The interdisciplinary Polytrauma and Traumatic Brain Injury
    Rehabilitation Research (PT/TBI) Fellowship is intended to develop clinicians
    and scientists with the vision, knowledge, and commitment to lead polytrauma and
    TBI research efforts that address the critical needs of the VHA and the Veterans
    that it serves.

    Post-doctoral rehabilitation specialists will be provided 2 years of didactic training
    and clinical research experiences involving polytrauma, mild TBI, or related disorders.
    The current positions may feature fellowship research projects such as:

    • anaerobic fatigue assessment in people with multiple sclerosis
    • neurophysiological research involving the assessment of inter-hemispheric inhibition and upper extremity motor control
    • muscle/tendon morphology adaptations to eccentric training in people with post-traumatic arthritis


    The PT/TBI Fellowship will be based at the Washington DC VA Medical Center (DC VAMC) and
    MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH) in partnership with Georgetown University,
    MedStar Health, and the Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational
    Science (GHUCCTS).

    Salary, benefits, and a research stipend will be provided. Applications will be accepted and
    reviewed on a rolling basis; however, one position is currently open with a targeted Fall
    appointment.

    Training Highlights: Didactic training will be supported by the DC VAMC, the
    Georgetown Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience, and the GHUCCTS. The
    learning program will be individualized based on the academic preparation and
    interests of the fellow. Training topics may include: neuroscience, CVA and
    TBI etiology, experimental design, data analysis, grant and manuscript writing,
    and career development.

    Requirements: Successful candidates will have a clinical and/or research
    doctoral degree and be U.S. citizens. Clinical Specialist Track applicants must have a current
    U.S. Physical Therapy license.

    Application: Please submit your NIH Biosketch (5 pages or less) and a one-page
    statement of interest to the contact below to receive the application materials:


    • PT/TBI Fellowship Deputy Director:

    Dr. Michael Harris-Love
    Michael.Harris-Love@va.gov

    Applied rehabilitation research at 3MAP Lab for muscle dysfunction at the University of Colorado and RMR VA Medical Center
    Last edited by Michael Harris-Love; May 9, 2016, 12:36 AM.
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