Summary Description: Columbia University's Department of Neurology invites applications for a position at the Professor or Associate Professor level to direct clinical research and clinical activities in the Division of Movement Disorders. The ideal candidate will have be an MD or MD/PhD and with research interests in identifying genes and characterizing phenotypes in dystonia and Parkinson's disease. The successful applicant will have a strong record of research and publications. Candidates will be expected to sustain an active research and publication portfolio and supervise graduate students, residents and fellows, and medical students. Candidates will play a vital role in Departmental activities.The Division currently has about a dozen faculty members in the basic sciences, clinical research, and patient care. In addition, we have close collaborations with the Aging and Dementia Division in the Department, the Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer's disease and the Aging Brain, the Motor Neuron Center, the Sergievsky Center for genetic and epidemiological studies, and a large neuroscience community.
Minimum Qualifications: Board certified; NYS licenseMD or MD/PhDMust be able to meet New York Presbyterian Medical Staff Office's credentialing process before starting.
Preferred Qualifications: MD or MD/PhD
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