Motor Neuroscience and Neurorehabilitation Laboratory

University of Houston

Opportunities

PhD Students

We are always recruiting outstanding students to our PhD program. Tuition waiver and stipend are available through teaching assistantships in the Department of Health and Human Performance. There is the potential for additional fellowships to supplement the stipend for qualified candidates. Please send vita or inquiries to Dr. Seoung Hoon Park at shpark5@uh.edu

2024 NIH NSAP Summer Training Program

We are now accepting applications for the 2024 NIH summer program titled ‘Neuromotor Skill Advancement for Post baccalaureates (NSAP)’ at the University of Houston. NIH NSAP trainee(s) who prefer the stroke locomotor rehabilitation project (https://www.egr.uh.edu/nsap/projects#10) will be assigned to my lab and work closely with me. There are also other research projects from many different labs. The NSAP program is funded by the National Institutes of Health Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NIH/NICHD) R25HD106896. 


NSAP or Neuromotor Skill Advancement for Post-baccalaureates is a 10-week summer program at the University of Houston IUCRC BRAIN Center to provide didactic and hands-on activities focusing on the development of highly specialized technical skills to study the brain with the intention to complement and enhance the training of therapists, clinical and research fellows, and orthotists and prosthetists from a diverse community for neurorehabilitation and neuroengineering research. Each trainee in the science, bioengineering, neuroscience, or medical fields at the post baccalaureate level (with a bachelor’s degree) will participate in 8 workshops, responsible conduct of training, and attend research seminars, and immersive collaborative and personalized research experiences.

Application deadline (including letters of reference): February 15, 2024

For more information and to apply, please visit the NSAP website - https://www.egr.uh.edu/nsap

Undergraduate Students

We are always on the look out for motivated undergraduate assistants who are looking to gain terrific research experience.

Post-Docs

We do not currently have any post-doc opportunities.

Volunteer

MoNeL now seeks volunteers for experiments conducted. Click HERE for more info.