Landon Center on Aging > Neurological and Rehabilitation Sciences Training Program > Application Process
Applicants to the Neurological and Rehabilitation Sciences Training Program must be enrolled or being considered for enrollment in a KUMC graduate school in the basic sciences, medical school, physical therapy, and/or rehabilitation science and show promise in their field of study. Each candidate is interviewed in person by two members of the Internal Advisory Committee. Please visit one of the below programs' websites for additional details on how to apply for a qualifying graduate program.
- Interdisciplinary Graduate Program
- Acceptance notification throughout the year
- MD-PhD Program
- Acceptance notifications go out January and February
- PhD in Rehabilitation Science Program
- Acceptance notifications go out in April
- Bioengineering Graduate Program
- Full Time Predoctoral Trainee
We are currently welcoming applications before July 20, 2018, to become a full-time predoctoral trainee of the Kansas University Training Program in Neurological and Rehabilitation Sciences. Applicants with proposed research most closely aligning with neurological rehabilitation will be prioritized. Program requirements may be viewed by clicking on the link at the left side of this webpage. To apply, please visit https://redcap.kumc.edu/surveys/?s=9LLL49AKMW .
Applications from qualified graduate students for the Neurological and Rehabilitation Sciences Graduate Training Program are accepted as openings become available.
If you have any questions please contact: Jean Sunega at T32@kumc.edu