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  Movement Disorders Neurologist - Norton Neuroscience Institute

Posted on January 12

Norton Neuroscience Institute is seeking a fellowship-trained movement disorders neurologist to provide movement disorder services. The ideal candidate will join a team with a fellowship-trained movement disorder neurologist, fellowship-trained functional neurosurgeons, two board-certified neuropsychologists, specialty-trained physical/occupational/speech therapists, advanced practice providers and a nurse navigator, practicing in a dedicated Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders center. Our movement disorders team has strong referral patterns from other Norton Neuroscience Institute neurologists, providers within Norton Medical Group and providers seeking tertiary expertise throughout the region.

About the Position

  • Ability to practice majority of movement disorder neurology
  • No mandatory system stroke call
  • Endowed chair opportunity available to support research focused on Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders
  • Competitive compensation package, including sign-on bonus, relo assistance and a production bonus option. For candidates coming out of residency/fellowship, up to $100,000 loan reimbursement, and as a nonprofit health care system, qualify for federal student loan forgiveness. For experienced candidates relocating into the market, a retention bonus of up to $60,000
  • Close collaboration with Cressman Neurological Rehabilitation
  • Monthly multidisciplinary deep brain stimulation (DBS) conference to discuss surgical candidates
  • Opportunity to work with fellowship-trained functional neurosurgeons experienced in awake and asleep DBS surgery
  • Opportunity to participate in the annual Norton Neuroscience Institute Symposium, as well as other continuing medical education events
  • Weekly neuroscience clinical conference with neurosurgery and neurology providers
  • Research opportunities and support available through the Norton Healthcare Research Office

Why Norton Healthcare for your career?

  • Market share leader in the region
  • Physician-led Norton Medical Group provides full operational support
  • Epic electronic medical records system integrated into 100 percent of practices and hospitals
  • Strong support network of advanced practice providers, nurse navigators, educators and social workers
  • Leadership development opportunities through the Provider Leadership Academy

For more information please contact Angela Elliott, Sr. Physician Recruiter, at angela.elliott@nortonhealthcare.org or 859-613-1984

  Associate Section Chief/Section Chief - University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus

Posted on January 4

The Department of Neurology at the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus is seeking to recruit a dynamic leader to serve as Associate Section Chief/Section Chief to expand its clinical and research programs within our Movement Disorders section.

Rank will be determined based on qualifications, with the opportunity for academic promotion, which is determined on criteria of demonstrated excellence in the areas of education, research, clinical care, and community service. She/he will assume the Directorship as part of the Movement Disorders succession planning process. The position will be responsible for evolving and developing its programs, fostering a culture of excellence, and further enhance its national recognition and presence. We are seeking individuals who are collaborative, communicative, caring, organized, proactive, able to think critically, focused on quality, dedicated to personal growth, and highly motivated.

Apply online

  Director of Movement Disorders - Banner Alzheimer’s Institute

Posted on January 3

Banner Alzheimer’s Institute – Lewy Body Disease Center is expanding, and we have an exciting position for a Director of Movement Disorders in Tucson, AZ. This exceptional individual will help lead our growing team and join a nationally renowned leader in dementia care, and research.

We are a destination center for patients and families in Arizona and the nation by providing the following:

  • The Lewy Body Disease Center will be part of the Toole Family Memory Center which offers complete medical, neurological, and neuropsychological evaluations
  • Unrivaled support services for patients and families to help identify, anticipate, and address both their medical and non-medical needs as fully as possible
  • Access to comprehensive information and resources
  • Medication and non-medication treatments for patients' cognitive and non-cognitive behavioral problems
  • One of the world's largest clinical trials programs, giving patients access to the most promising investigational treatments in research studies
  • Access to one of the world's leading brain imaging programs for the study of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
  • Specialized outreach programs for underserved and understudied minority communities

Requirements and responsibilities include:

  • Board Certified/Board Eligible in Neurology
  • Fellowship training in Movement Disorders or experience in Movement Disorders
  • Serve as ambassador to Lewy Body Association
  • Reach out to donors and apply for grants to fill our philanthropic goals
  • Educate the public and physicians with seminars and public outreach
  • Ability and desire to support a growing team and align with the needs of the program
  • Possess a demonstrated commitment to compassionate patient care and movement disorders clinical research
  • Outpatient only setting – volume is not dependent on RVU to allow enough time with your patients
  • Protected Clinical Research/Administration time
  • Work schedule: M-F | 8-5
  • Direct reports: 4-5 clinicians

Submit your CV today for immediate consideration, to: doctors@bannerhealth.com.

For questions, please call Chanelle Kisting, Sourcing Strategist, at: (602) 747-6326. Visit our website at: www.bannerdocs.com. Please, No Agency Solicitations! EEO/AA - M/W/D/V Employer.

  Neurologist - Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute

Posted on January 3

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.

The incumbent will play a key role in Parkinson’s Disease, Dystonia, and other Movement Disorder patient management and clinical trials, along with being involved in investigator-initiated research as warranted. Candidates should exhibit interest in clinical practice, resident, fellow and medical student teaching, as well as clinical or laboratory research.

This dynamic position commands a competitive salary enhanced by an attractive benefits package including but not limited to:

  • Excellent medical, dental, vision coverage
  • Comprehensive disability and life insurance benefits
  • Medical malpractice & tail coverage provided
  • Generous time away coverage for vacation, sick time, holidays and CME meeting time
  • Highly competitive retirement plans with employer contribution
  • Faculty appointment available at the Cleveland Clinic Learner College of Medicine commensurate with experience

Please include a current CV and cover letter with your application.

Apply online.

  Movement Disorders Faculty - University of Illinois at Chicago

Posted on January 3

The Department of Neurology at the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Illinois Hospital are undergoing a major expansion in all areas of neurology including Movement Disorders. As part of this expansion, UIC is recruiting an additional faculty member with fellowship training in Movement Disorders.

The successful applicant should either have an established track record as a clinician-investigator or show exceptional promise for a career in academic neurology. Applicants will be expected to have strong interests in clinical research and/or teaching. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with an established multidisciplinary support team that treats a high volume of patients with both hyperkinetic and hypokinetic movement disorders. The department is committed to providing the successful applicant with adequate resources, including laboratory start-up funds, where appropriate, to ensure career development. Board-certification or board-eligibility in Neurology is required.

Interested parties should upload their curriculum vitae and a statement of interest online or contact David Katz at davkatz@uic.edu.

Please call 312-355-1748 if additional information needed. The search will remain open until all positions have been filled. The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

  BE/BC Neurologist - Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers

Posted on November 24

Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers is seeking an additional BE/BC Neurologist who’s passionate about practicing general neurology, competent in neuromuscular disorders & pro-active with Stroke Care – also have the opportunity to build out a sub-specialization. Our position is due to outpatient volume growth and additional referrals from PCPs and specialists. Current team is looking for another great partner who’s motivated, has strong work ethics & desires to become part of a well-established employed group.

  • Work with Dr. Peter Analytis, Dr. Isaac Mezo, & Stefanie Henline, APRN who, collectively have over 30 years of experience and have a great reputation with our 23 PCPs and 37 represented specialties! Their referral patterns are strong and continue to grow from physicians & facilities around our service area. Encounter excellent working relationships with collegial medical staff members & experienced clinical personnel.
  • Step into a career-building opportunity from day one that provides bread and butter cases, w/great variety, e.g. stroke care, headaches, movement disorders, concussions, seizures, speech & language disorders, infections of the brain, peripheral nervous systems, dementia, MS and sleep disorders. Work includes EMG, EEG, Nerve Conduction Studies & sharing code strokes. Weekend Call 1:3 and Weekday Call 1:2.
  • Outpatient Clinics in Morris (3min from hospital) and Channahon (20min from hospital). See 15-17 outpatients daily (10am-5pm outpatient schedule), have dedicated 4-8hr EMG days at hospital (1hr/EMG). Outpatient EMR is fully automated using eClinical Works and Meditech for Inpatient; Meditech Expanse coming Summer of 2023.
  • Concussion Management Program featuring a multi-disciplinary approach with several ImPACT certified providers who work together to evaluate & help patients recover from injuries. This program utilizes ED, IMC, Neurology and Rehab services to enhance concussion diagnosis, evaluation and treatment. Plus, we have a Morris Hospital Sleep Center that’s associated with our Neurology practice, located at the Morris office, where approx. 12-14 studies are performed weekly. In 01/2021, EEG/EMG rooms were remodeled and expanded as part of Phase II of our Master Facility Plan*.

For more information, please contact Jennifer Goodwin, Manager of Physician Recruitment & Relations at (815) 705-1470, texts/calls also welcome at 630-347-7539 or email her at jgoodwin@morrishospital.org.

  Movement Disorders Neurology Faculty - Medical University of South Carolina

Posted on December 14

Movement Disorders Neurology Faculty with MUSC The Medical University of South Carolina’s Movement Disorders program is seeking BC Neurologists focused on collaboration, innovation and teamwork to join them in Charleston, SC. As a clinical leader in the state, and the first Parkinson’s Foundation of Center of Excellence in South Carolina, MUSC offers the only comprehensive movement disorders program in the state with an interdisciplinary care model, as well as opportunities for patients to participate in clinical trials, patient support and educational programs.

We are seeking candidates with:

  • Expertise in the specific areas of Movement Disorders, such as Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s Disease, Dystonia and specifically Deep Brain Stimulation
  • Board certification in Neurology, and completion of a movement disorders fellowship
  • Academic orientation, enthusiasm for teaching, passion for outreach and research

About our opportunity:

  • Position focused on outpatient care
  • Very strong interdisciplinary specialty support
  • Involvement in the teaching of medical students, neurology residents, and fellows
  • Opportunity to participate in the movement disorders clinical research program with many possibilities for collaboration university-wide, as well as senior investigators and PIs available for mentorship
  • Ability to incorporate up to 40% of time into the position with the Ralph H Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center
  • Protected research time available depending on candidate’s qualifications and background
  • Minimal call – only 1-2 nights per month
  • Special interests fully supported

Learn more about Neurosciences at MUSC: https://muschealth.org/medical-services/neurosciences

MUSC Offerings:

  • Tenure-track faculty position with academic rank and salary commensurate with qualifications, expertise, and accomplishments •
  • Relocation assistance
  • Excellent retirement options, including a pension and optional tax deferred contributions
  • Sovereign Immunity malpractice coverage
  • 22 days of annual leave, 15 days of sick leave, and 13 paid holidays
  • Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program Qualified Employer
  Movement Disorders Neurologist - Norton Neuroscience Institute

Posted on November 11

Norton Neuroscience Institute is seeking a fellowship-trained movement disorders neurologist to provide movement disorder services. The ideal candidate will join a team with a fellowship-trained movement disorder neurologist, fellowship-trained functional neurosurgeons, two board-certified neuropsychologists, specialty-trained physical/occupational/speech therapists, advanced practice providers and a nurse navigator, practicing in a dedicated Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders center. Our movement disorders team has strong referral patterns from other Norton Neuroscience Institute neurologists, providers within Norton Medical Group and providers seeking tertiary expertise throughout the region.

About the Position

  • Ability to practice majority of movement disorder neurology
  • No mandatory system stroke call
  • Endowed chair opportunity available to support research focused on Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders
  • Competitive compensation package, including sign-on bonus, relo assistance and a production bonus option. For candidates coming out of residency/fellowship, up to $100,000 loan reimbursement, and as a nonprofit health care system, qualify for federal student loan forgiveness. For experienced candidates relocating into the market, a retention bonus of up to $60,000
  • Close collaboration with Cressman Neurological Rehabilitation
  • Monthly multidisciplinary deep brain stimulation (DBS) conference to discuss surgical candidates
  • Opportunity to work with fellowship-trained functional neurosurgeons experienced in awake and asleep DBS surgery
  • Opportunity to participate in the annual Norton Neuroscience Institute Symposium, as well as other continuing medical education events
  • Weekly neuroscience clinical conference with neurosurgery and neurology providers
  • Research opportunities and support available through the Norton Healthcare Research Office

Why Norton Healthcare for your career?

  • Market share leader in the region
  • Physician-led Norton Medical Group provides full operational support
  • Epic electronic medical records system integrated into 100 percent of practices and hospitals
  • Strong support network of advanced practice providers, nurse navigators, educators and social workers
  • Leadership development opportunities through the Provider Leadership Academy

For more information please contact Angela Elliott, Sr. Physician Recruiter at angela.elliott@nortonhealthcare.org, 859-613-1984

  Movement Disorders Physician - Mercy Health Hauenstein Neurosciences

Posted on November 9

Mercy Health Physician Partners is seeking a full time (1.0 FTE) Movement Disorders Physician to join our Mercy Health Hauenstein Neurosciences team located in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Practice Features:

  • Treatment model focuses on the use of pharmacology and non-surgical methods
  • If surgery is required, our experts are highly experienced in surgical insertion and programming of deep brain stimulation
  • Research partner with MSU

As a MHPP employed provider, you can anticipate:

  • Competitive salary
  • Recruitment bonus
  • Relocation assistance
  • Full time benefit package
  • Malpractice insurance w/tail
  • CME funds, licensure, and professional membership support
  • 403b with employer contribution & match

Qualifications:

  • Fellowship in movement disorders required
  • Physicians must be board certified in their specialty within 5 years of completion of residency
  • State of Michigan license
  • DEA license
  • ACLS & BLS certified

https://www.mercyhealth.com/find-a-service-or-specialty/neurosciences/programs-and-clinics/movement-disorders/

For more information, please contact Mandy Vernon via vernona@mercyhealth.com or 616-685-1859.

  Head of the Movement Disorders Unit - University Hospitals of Geneva, Department of Clinical Neurosciences

Posted on November 3

With more than 10,000 employees representing 180 professions, the University Hospitals of Geneva are a benchmark establishment at a national and international level. 

The Department of Clinical Neurosciences provides care to patients at all ages, children and adults with neurosurgical, neurological, ophthalmological and ENT pathologies. As head of the Movement Disorders Unit, you manage the organization and operation of the unit with associated collaborators, with your hierarchy and other professions, in particular the nurse responsible for neurology. You guarantee the quality of care for patients with diseases of the neurological sphere by respecting the institution’s guidelines and with a human, rational and efficient approach. You are invested in teaching and research and are responsible for training.

  • You hold an FMH neurology title or equivalent specialist board accreditation in neurology.
  • You have at least two years' experience as clinic doctor in a type A hospital in Switzerland (or equivalent).
  • Experience in advanced treatment options for Parkinson's disease (deep brain stimulation, HIFUS and drug pumps) and / or botulinum toxin therapy of movement disorders is desirable.
  • You have experience in teaching and training doctors in the field of movement disorders.
  • You have research experience in the field of movement disorders.
  • The track record of publications and research funds obtained in this domain will also be considered.
  • A title of Privatdocent or equivalent is desirable and depending on the profile, an academic appointment at the professor level may be considered.
  • C1 level in French is required.

Apply online

  Neuroscience Postdoc - Weill Cornell Medicine, Neurosurgery Dept.

Posted on Oct. 29

The Neurosurgery dept. at Weill Cornell Medicine is recruiting a postdoc in neuroscience to work in the newly established research group of Dr. Roberta Marongiu, PhD, to study the role of sex and menopause on pathology spread from the gut to the brain in models of Parkinson’s disease. This will primarily use models of menopause, Parkinson’s disease, and viral vectors to identify at a single cell and network level the spread of the disease throughout the nervous system along with behavioral studies to correlate specific symptoms with circuit pathology.

This position is funded for three years, with possibility to extend upon funding. Salary and benefits for postdocs at Weill Cornell were recently adjusted to reflect the needs of the local market and to provide competitive compensation to outstanding candidates. Dr. Roberta Marongiu is an award-winning new principal investigator with interest in understanding the role of sex dimorphism and menopause on neurodegenerative disorders. The postdoc will be an essential member of an ambitious diverse group, interact directly with Roberta, and will be given significant responsibility and autonomy to establish their own systems and have a major impact in shaping the lab’s culture and approach to science for the coming years. This project will offer opportunities for research training and accomplishments using a wide range of technologies and methods, including: surgical methods for targeting gene delivery in the brain and periphery, sophisticated and complex behavioral assays, imaging of neuronal function in live animals and advanced histological and microscopic assays for neuronal circuit function and gene expression. This position will also offer the opportunity for professional development training as well as public speaking at workshops, funding organizations and national neuroscience meetings.

Requirements:

  • PhD or equivalent in neuroscience, behavioral neurobiology, molecular biology, neurogenetics or related field.
  • Experience in small animal surgery and behavior and/or advanced microscopy and histological techniques would be a major advantage
  • Experience in transcriptomics and genetic data analysis would be beneficial

Interested candidates should send the following documents to rom2043@med.cornell.edu:

  • Letter describing their relevant background and interest in this position
  • CV
  • Contact information for at least two references
  Assistant Professor, SOM Neurology - University of Mississippi Medical Center

Posted on October 22

Located in Jackson, MS, UMMC is the state's only academic health science center with the mission to improve the lives of Mississippians by educating tomorrow's health care professionals, by conducting health sciences research, and by providing cutting edge patient care. A major goal of the Medical Center is the elimination of differences in health status of Mississippians based on race, geography, income, or social status. UMMC encompasses seven health science schools: medicine, nursing, dentistry, health-related professions, graduate studies, pharmacy, and population health, with a total enrollment of close to 3,000 students. We offer competitive salaries for academicians in a rewarding environment for career development, situated in a region with a temperate climate and a low cost of living.

The University of Mississippi Medical Center adheres to the principle of equal educational and employment opportunity without regard to race, creed, sex, color, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability or veteran status. This policy extends to all programs and activities supported by the Medical Center. Under the provisions of Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the University of Mississippi at the Medical Center does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs or activities with respect to admissions or employment.

Apply online

  Post-doctoral Fellow - UCLA Department of Neurology

Posted on October 19

Interested in identifying electrophysiological biomarkers for neuromodulation in Parkinson's disease? Apply for a post-doctoral position in the Department of Neurology at UCLA.

This is a unique opportunity to join in the growth of a new lab led by Dr. Katy Cross, MD , PhD. We aim to identify cortical and subcortical electrophysiological signatures of motor symptoms and motor improvement with external cueing. We use detailed behavioral and kinematic characterization in conjunction with intraoperative and chronic recordings from DBS electrodes and electroencephalography (EEG), as well as functional and structural neuroimaging and non-invasive neuromodulation (TMS, tDCS).

The position is fully funded for 2 years with potential for extension depending on funding and performance. Applicants should have a PhD in neuroscience, biomedical engineering or related, a track record of successfully leading an independent research project, and signal processing skills. Experience working in human systems neuroscience and proficiency in programming (MATLAB, Python) are required.

To be considered for the position, please provide a cover letter along with an updated CV to kcross@mednet.ucla.edu.

Learn more: https://crosslab.dgsom.ucla.edu/pages/opportunities

  Neurologist - Semmes Murphey Clinic

Posted on October 12

We are seeking a Neurologist with a special interest in movement disorders to join our renowned Neurosurgery and Neurology practice in Memphis, TN. This position will work closely with our neurosurgery team to identify patients who are candidates for DBS or MRgFUS in addition to providing primary neurological care. The Neurologist's primary responsibility is to diagnose, treat and manage nervous system disorders and diseases by administering a variety of tests and deciding what treatment and/or procedure will provide the best inpatient and outpatient care for patients.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Complete a degree from an accredited school of medicine
  • Complete an American College of Graduate Medical Education accredited program in neurology
  • Pass required exams prior to completion of residency (Board Eligible)
  • Board Certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) within the time allowed after completion of Residency/Fellowship
  • Maintain a controlled drug prescription certificate
  • Maintain licensure in the state practicing

Learn more and apply online. 

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