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 updated July 15, 2014
 Recruitment for Movement disorder specialist
 
The University of Louisville Department of Neurology is seeking a fellowship-trained Movement Disorder specialist at the Assistant Professor level for our growing Movement Disorder clinic. We are particularly interested in applicants with interest in DBS and clinical research experience. Responsibilities will include a combination of outpatient and inpatient duties, with opportunities for teaching and research. Our interdisciplinary team includes a nurse practitioner, case manager and research nurse. Salaries are competitive with excellent benefits, including a generous 403(b) matching.
 

The University of Louisville is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Americans with Disabilities Employer, committed to community engagement and diversity, and in that spirit, seeks applications from a broad variety of candidates.
Interested individuals should send their curriculum vitae to: ellyce.patton@louisvilleneuroscience.com

 
Updated Posting: July 10, 2014
Cleveland Clinic – Movement Disorder Neurologist - Las Vegas, NV
 
Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute announces a search for a highly motivated BC/BE neurologist with fellowship training in Movement Disorders. This individual will join the staff of the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health (LRCBH) in Las Vegas, Nevada, directed by Jeffrey L. Cummings, MD, ScD.
 

The position is primarily clinical (with the ability to accommodate research interests as warranted), entirely outpatient, without on-call demands, and associated with generous benefits and competitive salary. The incumbent will play a key role in Parkinson’s Disease, Dystonia and other Movement Disorder patient management and clinical trials.

 

Based in Las Vegas and under the leadership of Ryan R. Walsh, MD, PhD, the rapidly growing Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program at LRCBH has strong clinical and scientific connections with the Cleveland Clinic Center for Movement Disorders, directed by Hubert Fernandez, MD and the Center for Neuro-Restoration, directed by Andre Machado, MD, PhD at the Cleveland Clinic main campus in Cleveland Ohio.
 
Visit the website to Read more and apply
Cleveland Clinic is pleased to be an equal employment/affirmative action employer: Women/Minorities/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.  Smoke/drug free environment.
 
Posting Date: December 3, 2012
University of Vermont College of Medicine, Movemenet Disorder Neurologist and Teaching Position Assistant/Associate/Professor Clinical Scholar Pathway
The Department of Neurological Sciences at the University of Vermont College of Medicine (UVM-COM) - Neurology Health Care Service at Fletcher Allen Health Care (FAHC) Is a newly formed translational neuroscience department at the Vermont Academic Medical Center.  We are seeking to recruit a fellowship-trained movement disorder neurologist to join the evolving program.  The MIND Unit (Movement and Inherited Neurological Disorders) will expand expertise in clinical care, clinical research, and translational neuroscience investigations. Related training in any of the following areas would be important to note:  functional neuroscience (DBS, central and peripheral neurophysiology or functional imaging); clinical trials training and expertise, translational neuroscience laboratory investigative work.  Other research related activities in movement disorders should be noted.  Read more & apply
 
Posting Date: September 9, 2011
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO OFFERS FELLOWSHIP IN MOVEMENT DISORDERS:

The University of Colorado Movement Disorders Clinics serve approximately 2,700 adult and pediatric patients in the Rocky Mountain region. The clinic, established in the early 1980s, has six faculty members, two mid level providers and support staff. The faculty have active clinical practices and research programs, with studies in the Fragile X-associated tremor/ataxia syndrome, deep brain stimulation for Parkinson disease (PD), epidemiology and genetics of movement disorders, neuroprotection for PD and many others. The goal of the fellowship is to train neurologists to become experts in the diagnosis and treatment of movement disorders. Our program includes robust training in DBS, botulinum toxin injections, genetics and pediatric movement disorders. The fellowship program is a one year program that can be individualized for each trainee. The curriculum follows the American Academy of Neurology Movement Disorders fellowship core curriculum.

 

A weekly movement disorder education program; including lectures, video rounds, journal club, case presentations, and research talks, is an integral part of training. The curriculum includes training in emergency management of movement disorders, neurorehabilitation, neuroimaging, neuroepidemiology, neurochemistry, neurophysiology, neurosurgical treatments for movement disorders, cellular biology and teaching experience for fellows. In addition, fellows will be required to complete at least 20 hours of continuing medical education.

 

For more information contact:
Leah Lleras
E-mail: leah.lleras@ucdenver.edu 
Phone: 303-724-5899
Fax: 303-724-4764
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Posting Date: July 26, 2010: Updated July 21, 2011
DIRECTOR OF THE MOVEMENT DISORDERS PROGRAM AT THE OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY, PORTLAND, OREGON.
The OHSU Department of Neurology is recruiting for a mid to senior level board certified neurologist to become Director of its Movement Disorders Program.  The Program has six clinician scientists, an active clinical research program and a robust fellowship program.  Resources include the Parkinson Center of Oregon, a Department of Veterans Affairs Parkinson Disease Research, Education and Clinical Center (PADRECC), a National Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence, a Udall Center in collaboration with the University of Washington, a large referral base with busy clinics, vigorous deep brain stimulation and botulinum toxin programs, an internationally recognized gait and balance program, and outstanding Department of Neurology and a superb basic neurosciences community at OHSU.  Candidates should be movement disorder specialists, have a funded research program and possess the skill and desire to assume leadership of one of the finest movement disorders programs in the country.
 
Applicants should submit curriculum vitae and the names of three references to:

Dennis Bourdette, MD, Chair

Department of Neurology, L226

Oregon Health & Science University

3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd

Portland, OR  97239

For additional information, please contact Dr. Bourdette via email at bourdett@ohsu.edu OHSU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
 
Posting Date: July 26, 2010: Updated July 20, 2011
MOVEMENT DISORDERS FELLOWSHIP:
The Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Center of Albany Medical Center is offering a one year clinical fellowship in movement disorders.  Training will involve participation in an active movement disorders clinic with an in depth exposure to the diagnosis and management of the full range of movement disorders including parkinsonian disorders, tremor, dystonia and drug-induced syndromes.  Trainees will also actively participate in a well-established botulinum toxin clinic and a rapidly expanding program in the surgical treatment of movement disorders.  The fellow will have the opportunity to participate in several ongoing clinical research projects including Parkinson Study Group, Huntington Study Group, industry and government sponsored projects.  Applicants must be board-eligible neurologists.
Interested applicants should contact Dr. Eric S Molho, Riley Family Chair in Parkinson’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Center of Albany Medical Center, 47 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY  12208.  Tel: (518) 262-6611.  FAX: (518) 262-6612.  EEO/AA Employer M/F/D.  A smoke-free institution
 
 
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