About the Program

Neurobehavioral recovery and intervention

The Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training (ARRT) program provides individualized postdoctoral training and research activities addressing the following:

  • Brain injury
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Stroke
  • Brain tumors

In addition to graduate courses, seminars, grand rounds and conferences, fellows take core courses in the following areas:

  • Ethics
  • Biostatistics
  • Research design
  • Grant writing

Our rigorous program requires fellows to commit at least 12 months to the training, with the option of a one-year extension. All fellows must spend a minimum of 32 hours per week involved in research activities, with the option of completing the requirements for licensure in their field.

Training Activities

Stipends and Benefits

Stipend
Fellows will receive a minimum annual stipend of $47,476; read more about postdoctoral salary guidelines here

Health insurance
Funds are budgeted to defray the costs of health insurance

Tuition
Funds are budgeted to pay tuition costs for required classes

Travel
Funding will be available to support fellows’ attendance and scientific presentations at professional conferences

Apply Now

We are currently accepting applications for this program