Summary Description: The Department of Neurology at Columbia University and the New York Presbyterian Hospital is seeking neurologists to join its faculty. We are seeking neurologists with general or subspecialty training interested in an academic neurology practice. Sub-specialty training headache and pain, multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular or epilepsy sub-specialty training is highly desirable. The majority of his/her clinical time will be spent in an outpatient practice based primarily at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. Teaching residents, medical students, and fellows is an integral part of the position. Opportunities to participate in clinical research are available. Protected research time and appropriate resource support will be provided.
Minimum Qualifications: Candidates should be board certified or board eligible in neurology. Subspecialty fellowship training is desirable but not mandatory. Faculty rank is expected to be at the Assistant or Associate Professor level, commensurate with experience and achievement. Assistant Professor level candidates must provide evidence of research accomplishments, and have some teaching experience. External research funding is preferred.
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