Summary Description: The Department of Neurology at Columbia University is seeking full-time neurologists at the assistant, associate and full professor level specialized in the areas of Pediatric Neuromuscular disease. Reporting to the Division Chief the successful candidate will augment current divisional work and develop new areas of interest. Candidates with an interest in motor disorders, including cerebral palsy and the treatment of spasticity, neuromuscular disorders, or other myopathies, would be desirable, but all interested candidates are welcome to apply.The position will include outpatient evaluation, teaching fellows and residents, and carrying out clinical or basic research. Independent research funding is preferred.
Minimum Qualifications: M.D. and board certified in Child Neurology. Must be able to meet New Presbyterian's Medical Staff Office credentialing prior to starting.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.
Preferred Qualifications: External research funding is preferred.
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