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Research Opportunities in the Physical Therapy Program


There are numerous opportunities to get involved in research conducted by Physical Therapy Program faculty. Observation, Work Study, and Clinical Research Affiliation opportunities are available for students in the entry-level DPT Program at UC Denver. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis for Graduate Students and Post-Doctoral Fellows who are interested in conducting research with one of our faculty mentors. Our faculty also welcome opportunities for new interdisciplinary collaborations with investigors at AMC and the surrounding community.  

Work Study Opportunities

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Clinical Research Affiliation Opportunities

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Click to view a short video about recent grad Angie Bruflat's research affiliation.

 

Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis for graduate students who are interested in conducting clinical or translational research under the mentorship of Physical Therapy Program faculty. Please visit our Faculty Research Interests page and contact individual faculty to inquire about PhD training opportunities.

For more information about our PhD graduate program and application process, please visit the Clinical Sciences PhD Program

 

 

View a short video from Mike Bade, a graduate of our PhD program, about our campus & program.

 

 

 

Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis for post-doctoral fellows who are interested in conducting clinical or translational research under the mentorship of Physical Therapy Program faculty. Please visit our Faculty Research Interests page and contact individual faculty to inquire about post-doctoral training opportunities. 

 

 

Click to hear a short video about Masataka Umeda's post-doc experience.

 

To initiate research collaborations with Physical Therapy Program facutly, please visit our Faculty Research Interests page and contact individudal faculty to inquire about collaborative research opportunities.  

Affiliated faculty can also review the shared resources and equipment available to support collaborative research on the Interdisciplinary Movement Science Lab page.  To request support for collaborative research projects that require these resources, please complete the IMSL Project Use Application and return to Cory Christiansen at cory.christiansen@ucdenver.edu.  

 

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