Join Our Team
If you are interested in joining our group, please contact Dr. Deepak Kumar with a letter of interest and CV. We are always happy to meet driven individuals with a strong commitment to high-impact clinical research. So get in touch!
Please contact Dr. Deepak Kumar with a letter of interest and CV if you are interested in postdoctoral positions. We are particularly interested in candidates with training in either of these areas.
- movement science/biomechanics
- mobile neuroimaging (fNIRS/EEG)
- pain neuroscience
- machine learning/AI for biomechanics
- clinical trials
- sensors and mobile health technologies
PhD students contribute to research to investigate mechanisms underlying osteoarthritis and development of innovative rehabilitation interventions. The students will enroll in the PhD in Rehabilitation Sciencesprogram at BU Sargent College. This position is fully funded and includes a stipend as well as tuition and fees. The PhD program offers outstanding opportunities for motivated candidates to build an inter-disciplinary skill set that will position them to embark upon a successful research career. Please review the program’s admission requirements.
In addition to the requirements described above, additional strongly preferred qualifications for these positions include:
- physical therapy or research-based Master’s degree
- prior experience with biomechanics research, clinical musculoskeletal research, and/or rehabilitation research
Application deadlines for Fall admissions are usually due on December 1.
BU DPT students interested in contributing to clinical research in our lab are always welcome. If you are a BU DPT student interested in working with us, you will need to maintain a cumulative professional GPA ≥ 3.2, be available for at least 10 hours/week per semester, and intend to continue throughout your DPT program. You will be required to volunteer in the lab for the 1st semester. After the 1st semester, we try to fund students for their work from federal work-study (if available) or grant/internal funding.
Undergraduate Research Students
We often hire undergraduate students who wish to gain research experience. Usually, these students want to go on to graduate school (MS, MD, PhD, etc.). If you are a BU undergraduate interested in working with us, you will need to maintain a cumulative GPA ≥ 3.4, be available for at least 10 hours/week per semester, and intend to continue for at least 4-semesters. You will be required to volunteer in the lab for the 1st semester. After the 1st semester, we try to fund students via the BU UROP , federal work-study (if available) or grant/internal funding, including full-time work over the summer. It is also possible to do research for course credits. Science and engineering majors are preferred.
We are not currently recruiting for any studies.