The University of Pittsburgh and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center are offering an exciting opportunity in the UPMC Stoke Institute for BC/BE neurologists who have completed a vascular neurology fellowship. Candidates must be qualified for medical licensure in the state of Pennsylvania and meet the requirements necessary for a faculty position at the University of Pittsburgh. Faculty rank will depend on experience and academic credentials.
Position responsibilities include teaching, outpatient and inpatient care, research and administrative duties. The UPMC Stroke Institute offers an active inpatient clinical stroke service grounded within a multidisciplinary environment that includes vascular neurology, neurosurgery, neurological critical care, neuroradiology and neurorehabilitation. We also have a wellestablished neuro-interventional therapy program, stroke clinical trial programs, a system-wide telestroke and teleneurology program and both vascular neurology and endovascular neurology fellowship programs.
Application Process: Applicants should submit a CV and a brief statement of clinical and/or research interest to: Lawrence Wechsler, MD Chair, Department of Neurology 3471 Fifth Avenue Suite 802 Pittsburgh, PA 15213 The University of Pittsburgh is EEO /AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled
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