Stacey Dusing, PT, PhD, Director of the Motor Development Lab at Virginia Commonwealth University is now accepting application for PhD students in the Rehabilitation and Movement Sciences Program (REMS). The REMS program is a collaboration between Physical Therapy, Exercise Sports Science and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation that allows you to customize the coursework to meet your research and teaching goals in applied science disciplines. ( The Motor Development Lab is a federally funded lab with a focus on the development of motor control and coordination in infants and young children with and without disabilities as well as the efficacy of interventions to advance motor and cognitive ouctomes in infants and young children. ( Applications are now being accepted for a Jan 2018 or August 2018 start in the REMS program. Clinical or research experience with infants and children’s is required. Experience in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is ideal but not required. Physical therapist, Occupational therapists, and Rehab engineers are encourages to apply. Please contact Stacey Dusing at with to discuss your interest in the Motor Development Lab and REMS program.