The post-doctoral fellow will conduct high-quality multidisciplinary research and who are interested in moving towards an academic research career with a focus on issues related to professional competence. The funding for this opportunity has been provided through a grant from the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT).
The purpose of this experience will be to examine how we might define and effectively measure an OT practitioner’s career long performance and ability to provide effective service.
This post-doctoral training program will provide intensive training and mentoring in issues related to the definition and measurement of professional competence. Scholars will acquire extensive research experience, generate, analyze, present, and publish research data, and become equipped to compete for individual external research funding.
Trainees will be funded for 2 years and receive a competitive stipend. Fellowship will also include health insurance, and funds for professional travel.
For more information about this position contact Dr. Joanne J. Foss or Dr. William C. Mann by filling out our Contact Us form. Applicants will be required to submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, transcripts of graduate education and contact information for references.