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Post- Doctoral Fellowship in Adapted Physical Activity or Pediatric Physical Therapy Research

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July 23. 2014

The School of Kinesiology at the University of Michigan has one Post- Doctoral Fellowship for a student in Adapted Physical Activity or Pediatric Physical Therapy.  The post- doctoral fellowship is for someone who has completed their doctoral degree and has experience in pediatric physical therapy or adapted physical activity. The fellowship is for one or two years. Post docs will receive a stipend in line with NIH guidelines, health insurance, and annual funding to attend and present their research at a conference. It is expected that the post doc will contribute to ongoing research projects in physical activity, motor development, and infants and children with and without Down syndrome, continue to acquire research skills, and submit research manuscripts.

Post- doctoral trainees are required to apply for new faculty positions in adapted physical activity, motor development, or physical therapy upon completion of their training. Eligibility for the post- doctoral training requires the applicant to be a US citizen or possess a green card.

For more information, please contact

Dale A Ulrich, PhD
Professor and Director
Center on Physical Activity & Health in Pediatric Disabilities
School of Kinesiology
U of Michigan

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