The Department of Neurology at Duke University School of Medicine seeks a BC/BE fellowship-trained Movement Disorders neurologist for an Associate or Assistant Professor position. Applicants must have an MD, DO, or MD/PhD degree and have demonstrated excellence in clinical care, and either clinical research or education. Candidates with particular expertise in HD, ataxias and/or investigator-initiated clinical research are especially encouraged to apply.
Duke University School of Medicine is an incredibly rich academic environment with robust clinical and surgical programs in Movement Disorders. New leadership and recent faculty growth in Duke Healths Movement Disorders division allows for superior mentorship and numerous clinical and/or research partners for the successful applicant.
The Triangle Area of North Carolina, which includes Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, are consistently rated among the best areas in the country to live. With its array of outdoors, cultural and family-friendly activities, exceptional schools and universities and Research Triangle Parks high-tech research and development center, Raleigh/Durham has something for everyone.
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