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Delaware Rehabilitation Institute announces summer research opportunity


10:10 a.m., April 8, 2014--The Delaware Rehabilitation Institute (DRI) at University of Delaware, a leading national center for physical rehabilitation research, is seeking four highly qualified undergraduate students for 10-week, paid internships this summer.

Interns will participate in UD's Summer Scholars Program and will be paired with researchers in the areas of biomechanics and movement sciences at either the Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus or the main campus.

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Applicants should show strong interest in biomechanics and have a foundation in experimental design, data analysis and mechanics. Mechanical and biomedical engineering students may be preferred, but all are welcome to apply.

To apply, send resume and cover letter to Danielle Sgalippi at Applications are due by April 17.

DRI promotes high-quality interdisciplinary research within a scholarly environment that enjoins learning, discovery and community in rehabilitation practices.

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