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Multiple Sclerosis Research Fellowship
The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine in the University of Washington School of Medicine and the VA MS Center of Excellence West have partnered to oversee The Seattle Collaborative Fellowship, a postdoctoral research fellowship funded by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
The fellowship’s objective is to train new investigators to become successful independent researchers in the field of multiple sclerosis (MS) rehabilitation research. The fellowship has an emphasis on training researchers from rehabilitation psychology, clinical psychology, health psychology, neuropsychology, or a related behavioral science.
By the end of the fellowship, the fellow will have:
The training will include:
Trainees will be encouraged to complete a two year fellowship to allow sufficient time to develop an area of MS rehabilitation research expertise, although applicants interested in only one year will also be considered.
To learn more about the Multiple Sclerosis Research Fellowship, please explore the links below:
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