Start Date: Available immediately
Description: POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW POSITIONS are available to join the neurorehabilitation research group of Professor Keh-chung Lin, School of Occupational Therapy at National Taiwan University, for those interested in rehabilitation, assistive technology, psychology, biomechanics, biomedical engineering, neurological science, or public health/epidemiology. The successful candidates will be involved in collaborative research projects for interdisciplinary, translational research. Major components of the work include research and publication of neurological rehabilitation trials, psychometric study, biomechanics, neuropsychology, or neuroengineering. Topics of research may include instrument evaluations, study of beneficial and adverse effects of treatment interventions, use of motor analysis or muscle function testing, and study of assistive technology relevant for stroke or ageing populations. The projects assigned to the fellows will be determined based on the background and interests of the fellows. There will be opportunities to attend conferences and publish research papers.
Requirements: A doctoral degree in areas related to Rehabilitation Sciences or Physical and Occupational Therapy, Movement Science, Robotics, Neuro- or Biomedical Engineering, Psychometrics, Psychology, Assistive Technology, or Public Health/Epidemiology. Fluency in English is needed for purposes of research dissemination.
Payments: The hired fellows will be paid in accord with the standards of the National Taiwan University and the Ministry of National Health Research Institutes in Taiwan. Additional stipends are available for fellows with competing academic productivity.
Applications: Please submit CV and research publications (or doctoral dissertation) by Email to Professor Keh-chung Lin at email@example.com.
Mail Address: School of Occupational Therapy, College of Medicine, National Taiwan University, 17, F4, Xu Zhou Road, Taipei, Taiwan. Telephone: 886-2-3366-8180.
地址：17, F4, Xu Zhou Road, Taipei, Taiwan