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.
Duke University Medical Center research labs, hospital, clinics and undergraduate campus are all connected in the center of campus (including Duke’s Neurosciences Building), creating an exceptional environment for research collaborations and activities. Secondary appointment within a specific basic science department will further enhance connections with the rich scientific community at Duke.
Visit Duke Department of Neurology – Movement Disorders at https://neurology.duke.edu/divisions/parkinsons-disease-and-movement-disorders
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Interested candidates should submit CV and Letter of Interest via https://www.practicematch.com/physicians/job-details.cfm/766982
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Christy Gannon, Physician Recruiter