Shepherd Center: Multiple Sclerosis Research Fellowship - Physical Therapy
The Eula C. and Andrew C. Carlos MS Rehabilitation and Wellness Research program at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, Georgia is expanding in order to meet their mission to do research to improve the function, health, and quality of life in all people with MS. Deborah Backus, PT, PhD, Director of MS Research at the Shepherd Center provides direction on key studies that utilize Shepherd Center’s resources in physical, speech and occupational therapies as well as the latest technological advances to increase wellness and decrease the impact of impairment in people with MS.
Shepherd Center’s MS Research Fellowship offers a unique opportunity for a licensed physical therapist to develop or expand research skills, while also gaining experience in an expert clinical setting. The MS Research Fellow will be expected to become knowledgeable in MS rehabilitation and research related to decreasing symptoms and facilitating neural plasticity to improve greater function and health in people with MS. This individual will play an important role in advancing Shepherd Center’s research agenda, as well as MS rehabilitation and research in general.
The MS Research Fellowship welcomes applications from all qualified individuals. Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Individuals with disabilities will be accommodated to provide the most successful experience possible. What MS Research Fellows at Shepherd receive
- Unique opportunity to develop both clinical and research skills at a leading US institution
- Research training that will apply to academic, advance degree and sophisticated clinical research opportunities
- 2 year award that includes a stipend
- Health benefits
- No post-award service requirement
To Apply, click here.