NYDNRehab Scholarship (ID 2731)
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- NYDNRehab is a leading comprehensive rehabilitation clinic in NYC and a nationally recognized brand. We provide a wide range of innovative rehabilitation services and treat different conditions. We are proud to be the first clinic utilizing research technology for treatment and functional diagnosis and our professionals have great experience in sports medicine, neurorehab, orthopedics, back pain treatment and pediatric rehabilitation. Our clinic posses the most advanced rehabilitation technology available in outpatient setting. In the future we are sure to become a new standard for the whole field of physical therapy and rehabilitation as the combination of our technology and methods is unparalleled.
Here at NYDNRehab we have decided to reward brilliant students by offering an academic scholarship opportunity. A $1500 scholarship will cover tuition expenses of the successful individual.
- The scholarship is available for current undergraduate or graduate students. All the applicants (incoming, full-time and part-time) need to be currently enrolled in order to apply. You should verify your enrollment emailing your transcript to email@example.com (fill your name in the subject line). Incoming students need to submit their acceptance letter.
- Applicants should be interested in biomedical related research (field of biomechanics and movement science)
- Any previous scholarship or monetary prize record will not influence this scholarship award
- Special Criteria:
- Applicants will need to submit an application form on this page
- To apply, you need to write an essay of 400 words (maximum)
Selection process is based on the essays that will be reviewed by a panel of independent judges.
The essay should include 3 sections answering the following questions:
1. What is the role of technology in future rehabilitation medicine?
2. What is the role of virtual reality in the treatment and rehabilitation of patients with movement disorders?
3. What are the challenges in implementing research based approaches to everyday practice?