The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Department of Neurological Surgery is seeking a neurosurgeon at the Assistant Professor in the tenure stream. Candidates must have completed a fellowship in skull base surgery and have an interest in general neurosurgery. Responsibilities will include teaching of medical students, residents and fellows, part time service at the VA Medical Center and development of an independent research effort. Salary will be competitive and commensurate with training and experience.
Application Process: Send inquiries to: Robert M. Friedlander, M.D.; Chairman; Department of Neurological Surgery; Suite B-400 PUH , 200 Lothrop Street; Pittsburgh, PA 15213. (412) 647-6358 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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