Post Doctoral Researcher to pursue independent and specialized research training and experience, under the guidance of a scientific mentor to characterize aspects of dose-response of rehabilitation in infants and children with motor disabilities within the School of Health and Rehabilitative Sciences; plans, designs and executes complex experiments using advanced scientific techniques and methods; collects and compiles results of research; conducts and interprets graphical and statistical analysis of data; develops, adopts and implements new laboratory methods to determine dose-response; ensures compliance with all Conflict of Interest and IRB requirements; writes and submits manuscripts, articles and abstracts for publication in scientific journals; attends and presents results of research at national scientific conferences, seminars and workshops; collaborates with principal investigator to write and submit grant applications with the goal of obtaining extramural support; works with and trains undergraduate and graduate students on adopting new research techniques, including motor, cognitive, clinical, and behavioral testing with pediatric populations.
Doctoral degree in rehabilitation/health science, kinesiology, engineering, psychology, or related field required; considerable experience in assessment and/or treatment of motor and cognitive domains of development, typical and/or atypical child development, and quantitative/qualitative methodologies; experience with pediatric assessment and rehabilitation research; familiarity with child measurement, such as gross motor and cognitive function and play skills; consistent record of publications desired. Requires successful completion of a background check. Selected candidate may be requested to complete a pre-employment physical including a drug screen.
Qualified candidates should apply online to: www.medicalcenter.osu.edu/careers . Enter keyword or job ID# 430293
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