Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

T32 funded postdoc in clinical musculoskeletal research at Boston University (American citizens or permanent residents only)

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • T32 funded postdoc in clinical musculoskeletal research at Boston University (American citizens or permanent residents only)

    We have an NIH T32 funded postdoc position available in the Movement & Applied Imaging Lab at Boston University. This position is available immediately.

    Read here about research in our lab: https://sites.bu.edu/kumarlab/research/

    While we are interested in any individual with skills, experience, and interests that align with our research, we are specifically seeking individuals who would be a good fit for projects in areas listed below:
    1. mobile neuroimaging (e.g., fNIRS) for study of movement in people with knee osteoarthritis
    2. AI/ML as applied to biomechanics data in people with knee osteoarthritis
    3. Addressing health inequities in rehabilitation for people with knee osteoarthritis

    Boston University Rheumatology Research Training (BURRT) T32 Program is based in the Section of Rheumatology within Boston University School of Medicine. The goal of this program is to train rheumatologists, MDs/DOs from other specialties, and postdoctoral-level PhD scientists to develop necessary skills and competence as investigators carrying out clinical research. The program offers up to 2 years of training. Read here about the T32 training program and application process: https://www.bumc.bu.edu/rheumatology...t-t32-program/

    Only American permanent residents or citizens are eligible to apply.

    Please contact Dr. Deepak Kumar for a conversation before completing the official application.
    email: kumard@bu.edu

    Deepak Kumar, PT, PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Boston University
Working...
X