Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training (ARRT) Post-Doctoral Fellowships, The Institute on Community Integration (ICI) - Minnesota

Posted: Saturday, August 1, 2020

This is more than a typical fellowship. Conducting approximately $25 million/year of externally funded research, the Institute on Community Integration provides fellows with the opportunity to work with mentors in a wide variety of research and to launch their careers. Current investigations include work focused on improving the quality of community-based services and supports for people with disabilities through workforce training and recruitment initiatives; better understanding the potential of smart living technology to improve the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities; approaches to supporting the employment of persons with disabilities; and self-determination, social inclusion, and quality of life. Research training is interdisciplinary, rigorous, and intended to enhance the capacity of fellows to conduct research related to a variety of disabilities, services and supports and other aspects of rehabilitation science. A doctoral degree and background in a disability-related field and demonstrated interested in disability issues are required. For additional information please contact Dr. Brian Abery at [email protected]