Research Coordinator Training
The University of Kansas Neuromuscular Research Division offers a solid, collaborative team for trainees to cultivate clinical research skills. The goal of our extensive training program is to provide both experienced and non-experience candidates with the greatest tool possible to succeed throughout each level of career development while training on the job. We offer a wide range of positions base on experience level starting at research assistant, moving on to research coordinator and eventually project manager.
If you are interested in a position on our team please send your resume to Kara Thompson at email@example.com. Even if we are not currently hiring we would like to keep your resume on file when a position does become available.
Summer Research Training
The Summer Research Training Program is offered to medical and doctorate students. During this program students will have the opportunity to participate in all phases of a project from early review of the literature to oral presentations of the results.
Here are a few of our most recent neuromuscular Summer Research Training Program participants:
- Summer 2009 - Michael Paul Campbell
- Summer 2010 - Sarah Kelting
- Summer 2013 - Nathan McGraw
- Summer 2014 - Connor Brass, Paul Lavin, and Parker Miller
- Summer 2015 - Anthony Harrington and Drew Roach
- Summer 2016 -
For more information please visit the Neurological and Rehabilitation Sciences Training Summer Programs page.