The Department of Physical Therapy & Human Movement Sciences at Northwestern University has a global reputation for training new scientists in the field of movement and rehabilitation sciences, developing and implementing technology-supported therapeutic interventions and advancing rehabilitation science, including the quantification of movement disorders and clinical outcomes.
MRS Training Day
Join us on Friday, August 20, 2021 for the eleventh annual Northwestern Movement and Rehabilitation Science (MRS) Training Day, bringing together scientists and students across departments and programs to showcase Northwestern University's research advancements in MRS. In the past ten years, we have had successful meetings with almost 100 attendees representing diverse disciplines and institutions involved in MRS research.
MRS Event Page
Student Research Projects
We support our students' research efforts. View a sampling of research posters highlighting some of their projects from the past year.
Virtual PTHMS Lab Tours for Engineering Students
See the lab facility spaces in the Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences.
Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Engineering Career Development Program
The Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Engineering Career Development Program (IREK12) in Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences was created by a consortium of leading institutions in the field including Northwestern University, University of California at Irvine, the Medical University of South Carolina, and the University of Delaware, in partnership with Case Western Reserve University, Marquette University, the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, Stanford University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill/North Carolina State University. The mission of the program is to recruit and train scholars with engineering and other quantitative backgrounds to become successful rehabilitation scientists in basic, translational and/or clinical research
For eligibility requirements or to apply online, please visit the IREK12 website: