Movement Disorders Neurologist Job posting

The Department of Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital is seeking a Neurologist to join the Movement Disorders Division. The applicant will be expected to have an active clinical practice, with efforts at both MGH West in Waltham and in the Wang Ambulatory Care Center at Mass General Hospital.

The candidate will play a prominent role as an active clinician in the Movement Disorders Division and the MGH Parkinson’s Foundation Center of Excellence. Expertise in botulinum toxin injections and DBS programming are desirable but not required.  The candidate will have opportunities to participate in programmatic leadership, clinical studies and training Movement Disorders fellows. Experience in the conduct of clinical research trials would be of interest but is not required.

Appointment as an Instructor, Assistant Professor, or Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School along with a corresponding hospital appointment will be considered, commensurate with experience, training, and achievements. In addition, it is expected that the candidate will engage in teaching in the Harvard community with a minimum of 50 hours required per year. Suitable candidates will have an MD, DO, or an MD-PhD, and Board Certification in Neurology, as well as have completed at least one year of fellowship training in movement disorders.

Applications from women and representatives of underrepresented minority groups are welcomed and encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should send a Curriculum Vitae, statement of interest, and names of three potential referees to:

Craig Blackstone, MD, PhD
Chief, Movement Disorders Division, Department of Neurology
Massachusetts General Hospital


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