The Department of Neurology at Duke University School of Medicine is seeking two additional Vascular Neurologists to join its growing faculty and new Division Chief. Individuals with strong interest in telestroke, outpatient sub-specialty clinic and stroke research are strongly preferred. Hired faculty will join an active clinical practice and vibrant research community at Duke University Hospital, a 938-bed JCAHO Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center. The stroke center also has a growing telestroke network with seven sites. Excellent opportunity to develop and advance an academic career through numerous opportunities in education, clinical and translational research, global stroke care, plus programmatic leadership.
The candidate must be BC/BE in Neurology with fellowship training in Vascular Neurology. Academic rank and salary will be determined based on individual qualifications. Junior faculty candidates demonstrating strong research potential can be appointed with protected time to ensure success with federal grant submission and career development. Duke faculty also enjoy an exceptional Benefits package, including college tuition assistance for up to two children, plus an excellent retirement package.
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