The Department of Neurosurgery at Yale School of Medicine is seeking an academic neurosurgeon with primary interest and training in [Spine Surgery] in the rank of Assistant Professor. Yale Neurosurgery is known locally and internationally for its active clinical practice and reputation for academic excellence and innovative research. In partnership with the Yale-New Haven Hospital system, the department within the Yale School of Medicine offers the opportunities, critical resources and support for new directions of growth in both the clinical and research arenas that would translate into continuous improvements in the treatment of neurosurgical disease and care of neurosurgical patients.
The position offers a competitive compensation and benefit package. Candidates must be board certified or board eligible in neurosurgery. The candidate must be willing to contribute to the general neurosurgical practice of the department.
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