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Advocate Aurora Health

Posted on December 22, 2020

Movement Disorders Neurologist for expanding practice at Aurora St. Luke’s in Milwaukee Our practice is located at Aurora St. Luke, a 900+ bed teaching hospital and tertiary referral center:

  • Join a practicing movement disorders specialist and an NP as part of a multi specialty tertiary neurology site.
  • We offer awake and asleep DBS surgery and multidisciplinary conference evaluations. Comfort with DBS evaluation and programming is required.
  • Clinic set up for botulinum toxin injections with in-office EMG, DBS programming, DUOPA infusions, on/off video evaluations.
  • Bimonthly comprehensive Parkinson clinic provides interdisciplinary evaluations by physical therapy, cognitive evaluation, caregiver assessment and motor/nonmotor assessments.
  • Additional complementary services available system wide for movement disorders patients Inpatient hospital coverage for a general consultative service. No stroke call
  • Large referral network
  • Provide support for our stroke program, brain cancers, epilepsy, movement disorders and the full spectrum of neurological care
  • Experienced neurologists and graduating fellows welcome

Advocate Aurora Health

We are the 10th largest not-for-profit health care system in the country. We offer financial stability, supportive clinical and administrative leadership, and strong business systems to support your practice. We are nationally recognized for our expertise in cardiology, neurosciences, oncology and pediatrics and we are engaged in hundreds of clinical trials and research studies. We Offer:

  • Guaranteed 2 yr salary with incentives
  • Sign-on bonus, relocation assistance, retirement package and paid malpractice
  • CME days plus generous allowance
  • We offer up to $125,000 in student loan forgiveness
  • H1 sponsorship is available

Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan, you will find a metropolitan city offering a great quality of life, family friendly communities, cultural diversity and amenities, museums, public and private schools, professional sports, festivals, great dining with easy access to outdoor adventures and more!

For more information please contact

Atrium Health

Posted December 21, 2020

Work is no day at the beach, but it could be! Live and work where other people vacation - the stunning Carolina Coast! Atrium Health, is recruiting a Movement Disorders Specialist for our practice in Wilmington, NC, affiliated with our partner, New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Join our professional, patient-focused, compassionate subspecialty oriented Neurology team of 9 Physicians, 7 Advanced Practice Providers and dedicated support staff. Highly respected team with a growing practice environment and great facilities to practice in provide a strong support system. Our team of Neurologists, Neurosurgeons and Stroke Specialists provide a level of neuroscience care that ranks among the best in the state.

  • 100% Outpatient
  • Monday-Friday, 8a-5p schedule
  • Outpatient Neurology covers the treatment of epilepsy, movement and neuromuscular disorders, headaches and memory disorders
  • Onsite Infusion suite with 8 chairs and a dedicated Infusion Nurse
  • Opportunity to mentor Residents and Medical Students affiliated with the University of North Carolina
  • Inpatient Neurology managed by Neurohospitalist team Wilmington, NC is a coastal town in Southeastern North Carolina.

Rich in history, Wilmington boasts a dynamic arts and cultural scene, and offers unique shopping and fine dining. Year-round outdoor activities include golf, tennis, boating, fishing and hunting, surfing, biking and running. Home to the Screen Gems Movie Production studio, Wilmington enjoys the title of “Hollywood East”. Area schools are identified as some of the top in the state while the local university provides further educational opportunities and collegiate sports. People are nice, traffic is minimal – Wilmington is a well-kept secret and great place to be! View a glimpse of Downtown Wilmington. We do not meet requirements for Visa sponsorship To learn more, please contact me today and submit CV, Cover Letter.

Thank you!
Mary Lu Leatherman, MBA, CPRP
Regional In-house Provider Recruiter

University Of Nebraska Medical Center

Posted on December 4, 2020

The Department of Neurological Sciences at the University of Nebraska Medical Center is seeking candidates for an Academic Movement Disorders Specialist, who is BC/BE neurologist with fellowship training in Movement Disorders with knowledge in subspecialty-specific diagnostics and therapeutics including brain mapping, DBS programming, and chemodenervation, who will provide patient care in the Movement Disorders Program with more than 4000 outpatient visits per year as well as participate in DBS and Chemodenervation Program. Faculty member is also expected to participate in research and educational activities including resident and student teaching. Applications are being accepted online at Individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

New Hanover Regional Medical Center

Posted on December 4, 2020

New Hanover Regional Medical Center (NHRMC) is seeking a movement disorders neurologist to join a successful subspecialty neurology group. The movement disorder neurologist will join an existing movement disorder neurologist and nurse practitioner. The physician is expected only to see movement disorders. Experience in developing a deep brain stimulator program in conjunction with a neurosurgeon is desired but not mandatory. There are no inpatient or on-call hospital responsibilities. An adjunct faculty appointment for medical student/resident teaching and research opportunities are available if desired. Experienced neurologists and graduating fellows are welcome. NHRMC is a 700 bed tertiary medical center in coastal North Carolina. We are minutes away from the ocean and intracoastal waterways. Email to learn more about your next job!

WVU Medicine / Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute

Posted October 30, 2020

West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute and the Department of Neurology in the WVU School of Medicine is expanding and recruiting new Movement Disorder Specialists. The successful applicant will join a multidisciplinary team comprising neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, geriatrics, nursing, and social work. They will participate in a growing clinical program and teach medical students, residents, and fellows. Academic rank and compensation (including a generous package of benefits, such as 100% employer contributed retirement, dependent college tuition waiver, and little call with work/life balance) are dependent upon qualifications.

The West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute is improving lives by pioneering advances in brain health. With the latest innovative technologies, an ecosystem of partners, and a truly integrated approach we are making tangible progress in transforming the lives of people. - To learn more about the RNI

WVU Medicine is West Virginia University’s affiliated health system, West Virginia’s largest private employer, and a national leader in patient safety and quality. WVU Medicine is a $ 2.5 billion integrated health care delivery system anchored by a 700-bed academic medical center that offers quaternary care. Morgantown, West Virginia is located just over an hour south of Pittsburgh, PA and three hours from Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. Morgantown is consistently rated as one of the best small metropolitan areas in the country for both lifestyle and business climate. The area offers the cultural diversity and amenities of a large city in a safe, family-friendly environment. There is also an excellent school system and an abundance of beautiful homes and recreational activities such as snow skiing, mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, etc.

For additional questions and to send your CV, please contact Kelli Piccirillo, Senior Physician Recruiter, at or at 304.598.6641. WVU & UHA are AA/EO employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – and WVU is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity.

Banner Sun Health Research Institute

Posted October 30, 2020

NEUROLOGIST: Movement Disorders

Banner Sun Health Research Institute in Beautiful Sun City West, AZ

Banner Sun Health Research Institute (BSHRI) is seeking a Neurologist with subspecialty training and experience in Movement disorders and associated procedures to join an established practice. Candidates must 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.

Requirements, features and schedule includes:

  • BC/BE Neurology with two-year fellowship training in Movement Disorders
  • Expertise in botulinum toxin injection, as well as deep brain stimulation case selection and programming
  • Outpatient clinic (about 50%) | Avg: 6 patients per half day
  • Clinical Research/Administration (about 50%, based upon funding)
  • Work schedule: M-F | 8-5
  • Occasional clinic supervision of residents and medical students
  • Candidate will work to support development of the multidisciplinary memory and movement disorder clinic at BSHRI
  • 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’s compensation package includes:

  • Attractive salary plus incentives
  • Sign on/relocation assistance
  • Paid malpractice
  • CME days plus allowance
  • Retirement package of 401(k) with matching and 457(b) deferred compensation


We encourage you to submit your CV for immediate consideration (please indicate NEJM) to: For questions, please call Chanelle Kisting, Sourcing Strategist, at (602) 747-6326. Visit our website at: Please, No Agency Solicitation!

As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, Banner Health recognizes the power of a diverse community and encourages applications from individuals with varied experiences and backgrounds. Banner Health is an EEO/AA - M/W/D/V Employer.  

Veracity Neuroscience LLC

Posted October 30, 2020

2nd Movement Disorders Specialist needed in Memphis, Tennessee. Research-oriented private practice. Newly renovated clinic space in the heart of Memphis. Six large exam rooms and copious shared space for staff and research coordinators. Opportunity for academic appointment at the University of Memphis or other local university (Rhodes, Christian Brothers). Clinic provides the full array of services including botulinum toxin injections, EMG, DBS, Neuravive, neurogenetics, clinical research, and HD COE. Inpatient hospital coverage an option for interested individuals but not required.

Memphis is a wonderful place to live with inexpensive housing, excellent public schools in the nearby suburbs of Germantown and Collierville, minimal traffic, beautiful falls, mild winters, good food, nice people, professional sports, great music, copious biking trails, two indoor climbing gyms, massive dog-friendly parks, and nearby access to fishing and water sports. Academics from the West coast, East coast and North are welcome to improve their quality of life, enjoy reduced bureaucracy, and increase their overall clinical and academic productivity. Must be a board-certified and subspecialty trained US citizen. Will consider individuals interested in a part-time clinical career.

Please send CV and letter of interest to: Mark S. LeDoux, MD, PhD

Global Neuroscience Institute

Posted October 30, 2020

Global Neurosciences Institute is an extraordinarily innovative team of skilled neurosurgeons, neurologists, neuropsychologists and researchers. We are 100% committed to delivering holistic, collaborative, patient-centered care. We cultivate true patient-doctor relationships through a deliberate and coordinated team approach to neurologic health, keeping each patient at the forefront with the goal of changing lives and transforming health care in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania region. The GNI Movement Disorders Program is expanding and looking for individuals who share our vision. The program was established approximately ten years ago and has become a destination in the region. Utilizing the latest medical and surgical therapies, our program partners with patients to develop individualized treatment programs to optimize their management. This program was the first to use DUOPA in New Jersey.

As part of the movement disorder program you will work alongside both our Program Director and functional neurosurgeon for management of Parkinson’s, Essential Tremor and Dystonias. Along with surgical and medical management, utilizing gold standard as well as emerging therapies through industry partnerships, is our standard of care. Strong community relationships strengthen clinical resources with rehab partners certified in LSVT and PWR therapies. The GNI movement program also places a strong emphasis on patient education and partners with local and regional advocacy programs. The program emphasizes Parkinson’s Disease but cares for the full spectrum of movement disorders including Huntington’s Disease, Dystonias, Tics, Tardive Dyskinesia, Ataxias, and Functional Movement Disorders. If you are seeking an opportunity to work with a team of dedicated and passionate colleagues with autonomy to bring your unique interests within movement disorders to further enhance a growing practice, the movement program at GNI may be a perfect fit.

Position is not J1 visa Eligible Position Full time, outpatient exclusively Drexel University Academic Appointment Benefits: Non-RVU Competitive Salary Medical/Dental/Vision 401k/CME/PTO

Contact Information

Jill Giordano Farmer, DO, MPH

Swedish Neuroscience Institute

Posted October 30, 2020

Swedish Neuroscience Institute’s Movement Disorders Program is seeking a board-certified Neurology physician. In this role, the provider would have the opportunity to work with other movement disorders sub-specialists and an experienced and collaborative group of neurosurgeons. This position would allow focus on patients with movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, tremor, ataxia, dystonia, with no requirement to see general neurologic conditions.

Join a large, academically-oriented institute and serve the Pacific Northwest from the cultural hub of Seattle, Washington.

  • Possible leadership position depending on the experience and interest
  • Fellowship in Movement Disorders required
  • 2+ years’ experience required
  • No ED or hospital call
  • Research interest encouraged and supported within Swedish research center
  • Institute currently has active programs in both DBS and MRgFUS
  • Busy and rapidly expanding program combining excellence in patient care, with clinical work and research

Where You’ll Work

Swedish Neuroscience Institute provides advanced, progressive treatment for a wide range of brain, spine and central nervous system conditions. With a roster of world-class neurologists and neurosurgeons, leading-edge operating rooms and a specially trained inpatient neurology team, the Swedish Neuroscience Institute provides a world-class level of care to improve patient outcomes. Swedish uses telemedicine technology to expand its expertise to patients near and far.

Who You’ll Work For

Swedish is a comprehensive health network with a long history of excellence. The Seattle-based system operates five hospitals with more than 1,500 beds, and more than 115 primary and specialty care clinics. Part of the Providence family, Swedish is world-renowned for its innovative and ground-breaking diagnoses, treatments and medical research at its five award-winning institutes: cancer, digestive health, heart and vascular, neuroscience and orthopedic.

Contact Information

Neurology Movement Disorders Medical Director

Norton Neuroscience Institute

Posted September 30, 2020

Norton Neuroscience Institute, in Louisville, KY, 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, relocation assistance and a production bonus option. For candidates coming out of residency/fellowship, we offer 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, we offer 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

Contact Information

Angela Elliott

Vidant Health

Posted September 29, 2020

Vidant Medical Group, located in Greenville, NC, is seeking a B/C or B/E Movement Disorder Neurologist to join 4 Neurologists in a new outpatient neurology practice. Vidant Medical Center, a 974-bed level 1 trauma facility, serves as the regional leader for Neurosciences and is the only Comprehensive Stroke Center in eastern North Carolina. Vidant Health is a 9 hospital system serving 29 eastern NC counties and 1.4 million people. Greenville is located 80 miles west of the beautiful North Carolina coastline and 80 miles east of Raleigh.

Position Highlights include:

  • Employment by Vidant Medical Group
  • Monday – Friday schedule for outpatient, practice call only
  • Large referral network including over 100 Vidant Medical Group practices and 9 Vidant Health owned hospitals
  • Vidant Medical Center is home to a 24-bed NSICU and a large rehab center providing both inpatient and outpatient support to neurology patients
  • Strong investment in technology including Gamma Knife, NeuroBlate, and RAPID
  • Competitive Compensation and Comprehensive Benefit Package

About Us:

Widely recognized as the thriving cultural, educational, economic and medical hub of eastern North Carolina, Greenville is the 10th largest city in the state with a metropolitan population of nearly 100,000. Greenville is home to East Carolina University, the Brody School of Medicine, and Pitt Community College. Excellent affordability, convenient location and natural resources, combined with all of the amenities of a metropolitan university town, Greenville is the perfect place to live, work and play!

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR CV for CONSIDERATION, TO: or call JoAnn at: (252) 227 - 3471. It is the goal of Vidant Health and its entities to employ the most qualified individual who best matches the requirements for the vacant position. Offers of employment are subject to successful completion of all pre-employment screenings. We value diversity and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Decisions of employment are made based on business needs, job requirements and applicant’s qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, genetic information and testing, family and medical leave, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or any other status.

Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Oxford University

Posted September 29, 2020

Clinical Research Fellow in Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders

Salary: Grade E64 £33,221--£57,522 per annum

Starting January 2021, this fourteen-month post is based at the Oxford Parkinson’s Disease Centre (OPDC) and Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences (NDCN), Oxford University. The primary research focus will be on the longitudinal assessment - clinical, digital, cognitive and brain imaging - of REM sleep behaviour disorder (RBD) subjects at high risk of developing future Parkinson's disease (PD). The aim is to develop polymodal biomarkers predicting future PD onset. The OPDC exemplifies multi-disciplinary translational neuroscience in Oxford at its best, representing a close and interactive collaboration between research laboratories in the basic sciences with clinicians from the NDCN. The Fellow will work in this exciting research environment with the OPDC clinical team to collect biosamples (blood, skin biopsy, CSF) and assess patients with a variety of motor and non-motor rating scales alongside digital markers of motor function (OPDC smartphone app) and sleep (in-hospital and home-based polysomnography (PSG).

Funding opportunities are available for the Fellow to continue their work beyond fourteen months, facilitating registration for a DPhil degree undertaking integrated research in a chosen area of predictive biomarkers for this important prodromal risk group.

Successful candidates must hold a medical degree (MD, MBBS); MRCP/equivalent qualification and clinical neurology experience in PD and related movement disorders. Informal enquiries should be made to Professor Michele Hu (email:

For further information, job description and application details, please go to:

Closing date and time: 30-Oct-2010 12:00

Duke Health

Posted September 22, 2020

Duke University School of Medicine and Department of Neurology are 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.

The Triangle Area of North Carolina, which includes Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, are consistently rated among the best areas in the country to live. With its array of lifestyle benefits including cost-of-living, easy access to both outdoor and urban activities, family-friendly activities, exceptional schools and universities and Research Triangle Park’s high-tech research and development center, Raleigh/Durham has something for everyone.

Please submit research statement, cover letter and CV to

Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individuals age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

Duke Health

Posted September 22, 2020

The Department of Neurology at Duke University School of Medicine seeks a fellowship-trained Movement Disorders neurologist for an Associate or Assistant Professor position. Interest in Huntington’s disease and contributing to Duke’s Huntington’s Disease Center of Excellence a plus, not required. Rank and start-up funds will be commensurate with experience and potential. Applicants must have an MD, DO, or MD/PhD degree and have demonstrated excellence in clinical care, and either clinical research or education.

Duke University School of Medicine and Duke University Health System provide a rich academic environment with robust clinical and surgical programs in Movement Disorders. New leadership and recent faculty growth in Duke Health’s Movement Disorders Division allows for superior mentorship and numerous clinical and/or research partners for the successful applicant.

The Triangle Area of North Carolina, which includes Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, are consistently rated among the best areas in the country to live. With its array of lifestyle benefits including cost-of-living, easy access to both outdoor and urban activities, family-friendly activities, exceptional schools and universities and Research Triangle Park’s high-tech research and development center, Raleigh/Durham has something for everyone.

Interested candidates should submit CV and Letter of Interest via

Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individuals age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

Tulane University SOM Department of Neurology

Posted September 22, 2020

The Center for Clinical Neurosciences at Tulane University in New Orleans is seeking a board-certified Movement Disorders Director to join its faculty as the Neuroscience program continues to expand. The candidate will join the Center’s existing group of neurosurgeons and neurologists at Tulane Health System. The faculty member will grow and expand the current movement disorder practice and will participate in clinical, educational, and research activities, including clinic, inpatient service, and involvement with resident and medical student education. Successful candidates must be board certified in adult neurology and must be fellowship trained in movement disorders.

Located in New Orleans, LA, the area provides excellent school systems, abundant cultural activities in a world-class city, and convenient access to the beautiful Gulf Coast.


  • Doctorate of Medicine
  • Fellowship training in movement disorders
  • Candidate must possess or be eligible to obtain a LA medical license

​Application Instructions

Qualified candidates should apply through the following Interfolio link:



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