The faculty of the program in rehabilitation science are driven to discover and disseminate rehabilitation breakthroughs to improve the quality of life and physical well being of persons in the state of Minnesota and throughout the world. Our mission further encompasses the cultivation of premiere scientists and future academicians to lead the transformation of the science and practice of rehabilitation.
Applying to the Program
All students must complete the University's online Graduate School application. Please visit the "Prospective Students" page for more detailed information and for application access. Preferred application deadline of December 1st for enrollment the following Fall semester (early September start) and May 1st for enrollment the following Spring semester (mid-January start). Applicants who do not meet these deadlines will still be considered for admission upon submission of all application materials. All application materials must be received a minimum of three months prior to the semester the applicant wishes to enroll.
The strength of the Rehabilitation Science Program is in its research. Highly trained faculty in state-of-the-art research environments offer young scientists a competitive place to learn. Collaborative interactions within the University and at the state, national, and international levels provide exciting opportunities in five primary research areas.
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Faculty Job Posting
The Program in Physical Therapy in the University of Minnesota's Medical School is inviting applications for a full-time tenure or tenure-track faculty position at a rank commensurate with experience (Assistant Professor through Professor). Click here for Job Posting.
US Mail Address:
Rehabilitation Science Program
420 Delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Phone: (612) 625-3966
Fax: (612) 625-4274
DGS Assistant - Rich Adamczak email@example.com
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