The Department of Neurology at Duke University Medical Center and the Division of Movement Disorders is seeking a senior level Clinician Educator to join our growing Movement Disorders program as the Director of Clinical Operations. Our Division has nationally recognized programs in Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, dystonia and tremor as well as a robust surgical program and an Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center.
The Department of Neurology at Duke University Medical Center and the Division of Movement Disorders is recruiting a bench research physician-scientist to join the Movement Disorders Division at the Assistant or Associate professor level. Qualified candidates will have an MD or MD/PhD, board certification in Neurology and fellowship training in Movement Disorders. Successful applicant will lead a cutting-edge research program with relevance to Movement Disorders at a basic or translational level, with a modest amount of clinical practice.
The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) seeks a fellowship-trained Movement Disorders Neurologist to join the Movement Disorders Division of the Department of Neurology (rank commensurate with experience). The successful candidate will have expertise in clinical evaluation of movement disorders, DBS electrophysiology, and DBS programming.
We are seeking board-certified/eligible neurologists at early- or mid-career levels in multiple areas, including Epilepsy, Headache, Neuromodulation, Stroke, Neuro-Oncology, Multiple Sclerosis, Movement Disorders, Dementia, and Brain Injury Medicine. Individuals with a strong interest in clinical and clinical-translational research are strongly encouraged to apply.
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McFarland Clinic is seeking a BE/BC Neurologist to join our extraordinary team and provide exceptional care within Iowa’s largest multidisciplinary clinic. Consistently ranked in the top 10 “Best Places to Live” by Money Magazine and CNNMoney.com, this thriving town has been ranked in the top 3 cities in the country for job growth.
Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute announces a search for a BC/BE neurologist with
fellowship training in Movement Disorders to join our multi-disciplinary group practice in Northeast Ohio.
The Movement Disorders and Functional Neurosurgery Section under the Center for Neurological Restoration is one of the largest clinical programs in the country, with unlimited clinical-research potential, residing within a diverse, multidisciplinary academic Neurological Institute. Our collaborative multi-disciplinary programs have been designated as the state of Ohio’s only Parkinson Disease Center of Excellence, the region’s Huntington Disease Center of Excellence.
Joint position at the Parkinson’s Disease Research, Education and Clinical Center (PADRECC) at the San Francisco VA Medical Center (SFVAMC) and University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)
The Division of Movement Disorders and Neuromodulation in the Department of Neurology is recruiting a faculty member for appointment to the Assistant, Associate, or full Professor ranks of the Adjunct, HS Clinical, Clinical X, or In Residence faculty series
The Department of Neurology at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond, Virginia is seeking a full-time faculty member to join our expanding clinical and research enterprises in the Division of Movement Disorders
Expertise in deep brain stimulation and other advanced treatments is desired. An independently funded research program is helpful, but not required. This position will provide patient care, engage in medical student and neurology resident and fellow education, and participate in clinical research. Primary clinical responsibilities include care of patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings with an emphasis on movement disorders and deep brain stimulation. Applicants must be BC/BE in Neurology, have completed an accredited Movement Disorders Fellowship, and demonstrate experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or have a commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU. For more information, contact Dr. Brian Berman, Chair of the Division of Movement Disorders (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Professor (Open Rank) – Movement Disorders – University of Colorado | Anschutz Medical Campus
The Department of Neurology at the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus is seeking to recruit a dynamic leader (Associate Professor or Professor) to serve as Associate Section Chief/Section Chief to expand its clinical and research programs within our Movement Disorders section.