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Required Qualifications: Training at the Masters or Doctoral level in a relevant field, including, but not limited to, social, behavioral, movement, rehabilitation, or health sciences. Experience in research and grants coordination.
Preferred Qualifications: The Ph.D. program in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, interdisciplinary and translational in nature has three tracks: Behavioral and Community Health, Rehabilitation and Movement Sciences, and Disability Studies. Candidates should have experience in at least one of these areas and research interests that ideally intersect two or more, and, have relevance for more than one branch of transitional research (basic, applied, practice, and policy).
The behavioral and community health concentration is designed for social scientists, behavioral scientists, bio-behavioral scientists, community health researchers, health services researchers, clinicians of all professions involved in market research within their practice, and health policy analysts.
The rehabilitation movement sciences concentration considers movement analysis across the lifespan and diagnostic groups. It is designed for rehabilitation scientists, movement scientists, biomechanists, bioengineers, neuroscientists, kinesiologists, applied physiologists, biopsychologists and exercise specialists in cardiovasular/cardiopulmonology.
The disability studies concentration is designed for researchers from any relevant field, so long as their research and scholarship considers disability not in terms of pathology or impairment, but as a range of unique social identities and experiences that are shaped by visible or invisible diagnoses/impairments, socio-cultural perceptions and environmental barriers.
STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. WE ENCOURAGE PROTECTED VETERANS, INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES, WOMEN AND MINORITIES TO APPLY.
IF YOU NEED A DISABILITY-RELATED ACCOMMODATION, PLEASE CALL THE UNIVERSITY HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES DEPARTMENT AT (631) 632-6161 OR THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT (631) 444-4700.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TITLE II CRIME AWARENESS AND SECURITY ACT, A COPY OF OUR CRIME STATISTICS IS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST BY CALLING (631) 632-6350. IT CAN ALSO BE VIEWED ON-LINE AT THE UNIVERSITY POLICE WEBSITE AT http://www.stonybrook.edu/police