IHP Research Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (FACULTY)

Asst/Assoc/Full Research Professor: The MGHInstitute of Health Professions in Boston is seeking to fill two full-time (12-month)research intensive faculty positions. Theprimary responsibilities of both positions include conducting high-qualityresearch in areas related to physical therapy and/or occupational therapy,establishing a program of extramurally-funded research, participation in aninnovative Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program, and supervising/mentoringstudent and faculty research.
Academic rank is dependent on qualifications. Preference will be given toindividuals who have an established record of peer-reviewed publications andresearch grant funding.
These positions are funded by the MGH Instituteand include very competitive salaries as well as start-up funding to establishrequired laboratory facilities and cover other costs associated with fostering asuccessful research program.
Excellent opportunities for collaboration andjoint appointments are available at affiliated world-class hospitals includingthe Massachusetts General Hospital and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospitalnetwork. Current research faculty members also collaborate with other leadinginstitutions in the Boston Area including MIT and Harvard University/MedicalSchool.
MGH Institute of Health Professions is a fully accreditedgraduate school located in the historic Charlestown Navy Yard overlookingdowntown Boston, the only degree-granting member of Partners HealthCare System (the largest healthcareprovider in New England), and rated in the top 10% of health professionsgraduate programs by US News and WorldReport.
Requirementsfor this position are a PhD degree as well as an established record of externalresearch grant funding and peer-reviewed publications. In addition, applicantsmust submit their cover letter(including area of expertise and research focus)and curriculum vitae. This position will be open until filled. For more informationcontact Damary Gutierrez at dlgutierrez@mghihp.edu.

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