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  Movement Disorder Neurologist - St. Elizabeth's Medical Center

Posted on May 18

Movement Disorder Neurologist - Brighton, MA 

Steward Medical Group, St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, Brighton, MA 

Steward Medical Group announces a search for a BC/BE neurologist with fellowship training in Movement Disorders to join our multi-disciplinary group practice in Brighton/Boston, MA.  Our dynamic movement disorders team is expanding and can provide a wonderful opportunity to join a robust hospital neurological care network.  The candidate would enjoy the following as desired: 

  • Leadership Opportunities in the department as part of a significant expansion of services 
  • A faculty appointment at Boston University School of Medicine with academic rank and competitive salary commensurate with qualifications, expertise, and accomplishments 
  • A movement disorders practice with full administrative support 
  • Involvement in the teaching of medical students and residents 
  • Exposure to clinical trials and educational research 
  • Involvement in a busy botox clinic 
  • Ability to participate in a DBS program including cutting edge surgical research collaborations  
  • Opportunities to expand in sleep, cognitive, autonomic, and other nonmotor realms 
  • Protected time available depending on candidate’s participation in education or research leadership programs 
  • Opportunities to Engage in collaborations with the Parkinson’s Foundation, American Parkinson’s Disease Association, and the Michael J Fox Foundation in national educational and research projects 

Steward Health Care, the largest for-profit private hospital operator in the United States, is a physician-led health care services organization committed to providing the highest quality of care in the communities where patients live. Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, Steward operates 39 community hospitals in the United States and the country of Malta that regularly receive top awards for quality and safety.  

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, or would like to apply, please contact: Megan D’Eramo, Regional Director, Network Development Steward Health Care  

Phone: 617-791-7063 
Email: Megan.Deramo@steward.org 

All inquiries will remain confidential. 

Steward Health Care is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  

   Faculty - University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville

Posted on May 13

The Department of Neurology at the University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville, seeks full time faculty members at the non-tenure accruing level of Assistant/Associate/Full Professor. The successful candidates will be BC/BE adult neurologists with specialty training in movement disorders. We are seeking to aggressively grow our movement disorder program as we expand into the St Johns and Flagler counties.

The successful candidates are also expected to participate in shared departmental clinical and teaching responsibilities. There are also opportunities to engage in scholarly research and advance in academic rank. This position will report to the Chairman of the Department of Neurology at the University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville.

With more than 5,000 faculty and staff, the academic health center in Jacksonville is the largest UF campus outside of Gainesville. The college's 16 clinical science departments house more than 400 faculty members and 300 residents and fellows. The college offers 32 accredited graduate medical education programs. In addition to graduate medical education, clinical rotations in all the major disciplines are provided for students from the UF College of Medicine in Gainesville. Jacksonville is one of the largest in land area, and among the fastest growing cities in the United States. The city provides an eclectic combination of southern hospitality, business and recreational paradise. More than 1 million people live in the five-county area known as Florida's First Coast. The area offers something for everyone, with a temperate climate incorporating seasonal changes, miles of beautiful waterways and beaches, and a myriad of public facilities for work and play. Enjoy the benefits of a healthy work-life balance, a competitive salary, a collegial environment, all while living in one of the most sought-after areas of the country.

Contact: ramon.bautista@jax.ufl.edu

  Movement Disorder Neurologist - Steward Medical Group

Posted on May 3, 2022

Steward Medical Group announces a search for a BC/BE neurologist with fellowship training in Movement Disorders to join our multi-disciplinary group practice in Brighton/Boston, MA. Our dynamic movement disorders team is expanding and can provide a wonderful opportunity to join a robust hospital neurological care network.

The candidate would enjoy:

  • A faculty appointment at Boston University School of Medicine with academic rank and competitive salary commensurate with qualifications, expertise, and accomplishments
  • A movement disorders practice with full administrative support
  • Involvement in the teaching of medical students and residents
  • Exposure to clinical trials and educational research
  • Involvement in a busy botox clinic
  • Ability to participate in a DBS program including cutting edge surgical research collaborations
  • Opportunities to expand in sleep, cognitive, autonomic, and other nonmotor realms
  • Protected time available depending on candidate’s participation in education or research leadership programs
  • Opportunities to Engage in collaborations with the Parkinson’s Foundation, American Parkinson’s Disease Association, and the Michael J Fox Foundation in national educational and research projects

About Steward Health Care System: Founded in 2010, Steward Health Care is the nation’s largest accountable care organization (ACO), with more than 5,500 providers and 43,000 health care professionals who care for 12.3 million patients a year through its network of hospitals, urgent care centers, skilled nursing facilities, and behavioral health services. Steward received a perfect 100% quality rating by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Service’s (CMS) Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) in 2020. Based in Dallas, Steward is the largest private, physician-led health care network and currently operates 39 hospitals across Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Utah. https://www.steward.org/

Please contact:
Megan D’Eramo, Regional Director, Network Development
Phone: 617-791-7063
Email: Megan.Deramo@steward.org

All inquiries will remain confidential. EOE

  Multiple Sclerosis / Movement Disorders Neurologist - Prisma Health

Posted on April 14, 2022

Prisma Health, the largest not-for-profit healthcare provider in South Carolina, seeks BC/BE neurologist fellowship trained in Movement Disorders to join the dedicated staff of the Neurological Institute in Greenville.

Highlights:

  • Competitive salary
  • Paid relocation and malpractice with tail coverage
  • Professional allowance
  • Generous benefits including retirement, health, dental and vision coverage.
  • Public Service Loan Forgiveness employer

The Neurological Institute has established a protocol driven multi-disciplinary approach to treating a variety of neurological diseases, including but not limited to epilepsy, movement disorders, neuroimmunology, neurooncology, neurophysiology and cerebrovascular disorders. With nearly 30,000 team members, 18 hospitals, 2,984 beds and more than 300 physician practice sites, Prisma Health serves more than 1.2 million unique patients annually. Its goal is to improve the health of all South Carolinians by enhancing clinical quality, the patient experience and access to affordable care, as well as conducting clinical research and training the next generation of medical professionals.

For more information, visit PrismaHealth.org. Qualified candidates should submit a letter of interest and CV to: Tina Owens, Manager, Physician Recruitment, tina.owens@prismahealth.org. EOE

  Neurologist - Banner Sun Health Research Institute

Posted on April 8

Banner Sun Health Research Institute (BSHRI) is seeking a Neurologist with subspecialty training and experience in Movement Disorders and associated procedures. Candidates must have fellowship training in Movement Disorders, and possess a demonstrated commitment to compassionate patient care and movement disorders clinical research. This successful candidate will have unique data mining opportunities through the Brain and Body Donation Program at BSHRI, and benefit from a strong clinical trials infrastructure. The candidate will work to develop external funding for movement disorders research through a combination of research grants and clinical trials.

What you can expect in this established practice:

  • Based out of Banner Sun Health Research Institute (BSHRI) in Sun City, AZ
  • Participate in growing a movement disorders presence including botulinum toxin injection, as well as deep brain stimulation programming, at our Banner Alzheimer Institute (BAI) location in downtown Phoenix
  • 70% clinical/ 30% protected time for admin and clinical trials
  • No inpatient hospital responsibilities
  • Work schedule: M-F | 8-5
  • Occasional clinic supervision of residents and medical students
  • Candidate will work to support the development of multidisciplinary memory and movement disorder clinics at BSHRI and BAI

Excellent written, oral communication, and interpersonal skills are required for patient care activities including documentation, supervision of others, presentations, and conduct of teaching activities. Banner Health offers an industry-leading benefits package that provides security for you and your family, including:

  • Comprehensive medical, dental, vision, and pharmacy plans
  • Paid time off plans
  • Eligible for benefits coverage within 30 days
  • Financial savings resources
  • Career advancement and optimal work/life balance

We encourage you to submit your CV for immediate consideration to: doctors@bannerhealth.com

For questions, please call Tiffany Lewis, Sourcing Director, at (602) 747-4578. Visit our website at: www.bannerhealth.com

Please, No Agency Solicitation! EEO/AA - M/W/D/V Employer.

  Neurologist - Neurology Solutions Movement Disorders Center

Posted on March 31, 2022

Neurology Solutions Movement Disorders Center, an independent private practice movement disorders and multispecialty clinic, is seeking a full or part-time, board-certified or board-eligible neurologist. We prefer a strong interest in neurodegenerative diseases, particularly Parkinson’s as well as integrative/anti-aging medicine. Completion of a movement disorders fellowship is preferred, but not required.

The successful candidate will join our team consisting of a movement disorder neurologist, internist, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, and physical therapist. Opportunities will be available to expand skillset utilizing botulinum toxin for dystonia and other indications. We have managed hundreds of deep brain stimulation (DBS) patients, implanting approximately 30-40 patients every year. We are a recognized DBS center, and provide on-site training to medical professionals.

Experience on the job will be a practical alternative to a dedicated movement disorders fellowship. Neurology Solutions PA operates in parallel with Austin Renewal Therapy PA, a specialty clinic focusing on anti-aging/prevention, nutrition, lifestyle, sleep optimization, HRT and reversal of the Metabolic Syndrome. Hospital, night and weekend call is not required. We are developing future telemedicine opportunities so that providers may work remotely on specific days each month.

National Board of Physicians and Surgeons (NBPAS) board certification will be accepted in lieu of ABMS Maintenance of Certification. We no longer impose indiscriminate Covid-19 mask or vaccine mandates on our patients or staff. Base compensation and benefits will be competitive plus productivity and practice revenue bonus.

Please see our website at www.neurologysolutions.com for more information about our practice. Interested individuals should email personal statements and CV’s to our practice manager,  Amy Montoya Galloway, amy@neurologysolutions.com and our medical director Dr. Rob Izor, robert@neurologysolutions.com.

  Neurologist - Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers

Posted on March 29, 2022

Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers is 1 of 14% of USA hospitals with a 5-Star rating for Overall Hospital Quality from CMS. Help us continue to drive the quality-care we deliver by joining a reputable, well-established practice that’s been in operation for over 20 years with a genuine need for an additional full-time Neurologist.

Neurology Practice

  • Build out your sub-specialization with a great team who offer diverse experience
  • Bread and butter neurology with great variety, plus APP support in office & great resources in the area
  • Strong referral patterns with 23 PCPs and facilities around our service area
  • Outpatient clinics conveniently located in Morris and 15min away in Channahon

Morris Hospital

  • Primary Stroke Certified and Level II Trauma Center, plus we offer an accredited Sleep Center
  • Recently remodeled and expanded EEG/EMG rooms
  • Concussion Management Program featuring multi-disciplinary approach with ImPACT providers
  • Serves a population of 170,000 residents with 37 medical specialties in the far southwest suburbs of Chicago

Compensation

  • Excellent market competitive compensation and benefits package
  • Production compensation, plus physician-driven quality compensation
  • Moving Bonus
  • Ongoing loan repayment Morris, Illinois
  • Beautiful safe neighborhoods – some with backyard accessible waterfronts
  • Highly rated local public and private schools plus easy commute to Illinois’ most prestigious colleges and universities
  • 60 miles to Chicago and short drive to Chicago’s suburbs
  • Many Fortune 500 employers in Morris and the surrounding area including Grainger, BMW, Proctor & Gamble and Costco

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.

  BC/BE neurologist - Intermountain Healthcare

Posted on March 25, 2022

The Intermountain Neurosciences Clinical Program is conducting a search for a BC/BE neurologist with movement disorder fellowship training. Successful candidates will demonstrate extraordinary clinical skills, exemplary bedside manner, strong teamwork, and a passion for disruptive innovation to re-define the ways in which we care for patients.

The IMED Movement Disorder Center: The movement disorder center is located within the broader neuroscience Institute on the Intermountain Medical Center (IMED) campus in Salt Lake City, Utah and serves as the hub for movement disorder care for the Intermountain system. The movement disorder center offers comprehensive care including deep brain stimulation and botulinum toxin injections for individuals with Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders. Unique clinical pathways and treatments include a partnership with the Sports Performance Center in Park City, Utah where individuals with Parkinson's and other movement conditions that may respond to exercise engage in high intensity exercise plans.

The movement disorder center actively participates in Parkinson's Research with several ongoing multi-center studies and the opportunity for investigator-initiated research supported by a well-established Intermountain research operations infrastructure. A satellite movement clinic located in St. George, Utah is staffed by a movement specialist and offers access to many of the resources housed at our Salt Lake IMED center. Current members of the IMED movement disorder team include two fellowship trained movement disorder physicians, one dedicated movement nurse practitioner, two nurses, a functional neurosurgeon, neurosurgical physician assistant, two neuropsychologists, a sports medicine physician, and three genetic counselors. We have close integration with neurologic physical occupational and speech therapy as well as other subspecialties including physical medicine and rehabilitation, sleep medicine, and palliative care.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Outpatient management of exclusively Movement Disorder Population
  • No inpatient or ED responsibilities.
  • Hospital has neuro-hospitalist and neuro-critical care service.

Please contact Mickell Bracken at PhysicianRecruit@imail.org or 1-800-888-3134 for additional information.

  Postdoctor in Integrative Neurophysiology - Umeå University

Posted on March 15

Postdoctor in Integrative Neurophysiology – With a focus on physiological recordings of brain activity in behaving animals.

The research groups aims to understand how different parts of the central nervous system interact to generate purposeful behaviors. In particular, we study how the cerebral cortex and the basal ganglia interact in order to control motor actions, both under normal conditions and in an individual afflicted by Parkinson’s disease. Our research is truly interdisciplinary and this is reflected by the different academic backgrounds in our research group – including medicine, physics/engineering, biology etc. (see e.g. PMIDs: 33036974; 25447740; 34936519; 23175810; 19299613; 12840761).

The specific project has a focus on clarifying physiological properties of corticostriatal circuits responsible for selection of behaviors. The planned research involves several advanced experimental techniques for recording of physiological processes using optical technique in vivo, in conjunction with recording of electrophysiological signals from hundreds of chronically implanted microelectrodes in behaving mice, rats and primates. The applicant is expected to be able to work both independently and as a part of the research team.

Qualifications:

  • Eligible to apply are individuals with a PhD from a field of research relevant to the project.
  • A good understanding of the motor systems and experimental skills in in vivo physiology is required, together with an ability to communicate in written and spoken scientific English.

Extra merits:

  • Previous experimental experience of optical physiological techniques in awake animals, such as Ca2+-imaging of cell-populations, as well as viral techniques for combinatorial gene expression in anatomically linked cell populations will be considered a strong merit.
  • Previous experience of working with chronically implanted microelectrodes is also considered and extra merit.

Learn more and apply

  Neurologist - Norton Neuroscience Institute

Posted on February 23

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.

  Neurologist - Columbia University Medical Center

Posted on February 14

The Department of Neurology at Columbia University Medical Center is seeking a full-time neurologist at the Assistant Professor level for our Movement Disorders Division. This position will support the clinical work in the division as well expand its research endeavors. The candidate will have broad clinical expertise in general movement disorders. Responsibilities include primarily outpatient but also inpatient clinical duties and teaching residents and fellows. Candidates should possess a demonstrated record as a clinician and should possess excellent patient care, teamwork, and interpersonal skills. Clinical and/or research interest priorities include parkinsonism, dystonia and clinical trials as well as outreach activities and movement disorders disparity. Qualifications M.D./ D.O.

Apply online: http://apply.interfolio.com/102337

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  University of Rochester Movement Disorders Fellowship

The University of Rochester is home to a well-established movement disorders center, and offers a one- year clinical fellowship that can be extended to two years to include further clinical and/or research training. The fellowship strives to give participants a solid foundation in clinical movement disorders, while offering opportunities for research and academic development tailored to the individual fellow’s interests and career goals. Fellows actively participate in weekly didactics including journal clubs, video rounds, and guest lectures. 

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  Virginia Commonwealth University Division of Movement Disorders

The Virginia Commonwealth University Division of Movement Disorders offers a one- or two-year fellowship that provides clinical training in the diagnosis and management of movement disorders.

Fellows can expect in-depth exposure to a broad spectrum of common and rare movement disorders, involvement in clinical and translational research and electives tailored to their specific goals and interests. In addition, fellows will receive extensive training in deep brain stimulation and the application of botulinum neurotoxin injections for the treatment of movement disorders. One-year fellowships are primarily clinical, with some additional opportunities for research projects and clinical trial design. Two-year fellowships provide expanded time during the second year for pursuing more in-depth clinical training and/or research projects and research training to further develop fellows into clinician investigators.

Apply: https://neurology.vcu.edu/education/movement-disorders-fellowship/

If you have additional questions, please contact Christine.Rucker@vcuhealth.org.

  University of California Irvine in Southern California

The Parkinson's and movement disorders fellowship at University of California Irvine in Southern California, is a two years fellowship, with emphasis both in clinical and research activities. During the first year the fellow is expected to get more involved in the clinical aspects of the subspecialty, while during the second year is expected to have a heavier exposure to research. Our program includes 6 attending physicians and exposure to comprehensive care of Parkinson's and Movement Disorders patients including Deep Brain Stimulation, Levodopa Pump, Botulinum toxin, Neurophysiology of Movement, as well as exposure to different types of research activities including biomarkers in neurodegenerative disorders, and involvement in other research activities and projects available at University of California Irvine.

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  Shirley Ryan Ability Lab

Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Neurorehabilitation Fellowship

The Shirley Ryan Ability Lab (formerly the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago) is offering a new program - the first-ever fellowship in Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and Movement Disorders Neurorehabilitation, starting in July 2021. This one-year fellowship is dedicated to training physiatrists in the principles of neurorehabilitation as applied to PD and movement disorders. Shirley Ryan AbilityLab has been designated the “No. 1 Rehabilitation Hospital in America” by U.S. News & World Report every year since 1991 and is an affiliate of Northwestern University. The fellowship program, directed by Dr. Jennifer Goldman, will provide an educational training experience incorporating didactics, clinical care management, scientific research, and mentorship opportunities. The clinical experience will encompass the continuum of rehabilitative care for individuals with PD and movement disorders and management across the disease spectrum. Rotations will occur at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab outpatient clinics, inpatient units, and Day Rehabilitation facilities and Northwestern Medicine Neurology/Movement Disorders clinics. The fellowship is designed to provide a comprehensive educational experience that will prepare the trainee with the evaluation and management skills needed to provide optimal care to patients with PD and movement disorders. Please contact us for further information.

Contact:
Jennifer G. Goldman, MD, MS
jgoldman02@sralab.org
312-238-1000

https://www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/sites/pmr/education/fellows/parkinsons-rehabilitation/index.html

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  Parkinson’s and Movement Disorder Foundation grants

The Parkinson’s and Movement Disorder Foundation (PMDF) is awarding one or more small grants of $5,000 each for research into any aspect of Parkinson’s disease or other movement disorders. Application requirements:

  • A 1-page summary of the proposed research written in language a layperson could understand, including brief background, significance, and qualifications of the investigative team (typeface: Times font 12 or similar size, 1-inch margins).
  • A proposal written in scientific language, such as that used in a journal article, 3 to 10 single-spaced pages (typeface: Times font 12 or similar size, 1-inch margins). Sections should include background and significance, specific aims, hypotheses, description of the proposed study methods, description of the research facilities, and budget for $5,000.
  • A curriculum vitae (CV) of the primary investigator. If the primary investigator is a student, please send a CV for both the student and research supervisor. Please be sure that the CV contains current contact information.
  • Three relevant articles authored by the primary investigator or research supervisor. Grant requirements:
  • Money cannot be used to support travel, rent, or indirect costs.
  • Grantees will be required to submit two short, abstract-style progress reports in 2022.

Please e-mail completed application to Mary Ann Chapman (machapm@comcast.net).

  IETF grants: Etiology & pathogenesis of essential tremor

The IETF is requesting proposals for grants addressing the etiology and pathogenesis of essential tremor. Concise, clearly written proposals that are hypothesis-driven have the best chance of being funded. Download the Request for Applications guidelines to learn more.

Link:  https://essentialtremor.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/RFA-IETF-2022.pdf

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