The Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Neurology, seeks a Clinician who will be appointed at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. We are a Level IV epilepsy center with strong epilepsy surgery and research program. Responsibilities include care of adult patients with seizures and epilepsy, electroencephalography reading in the intensive care unit, the epilepsy monitoring unit, and may include teaching of medical students, residents, and fellows. This position will staff our Wilson County epilepsy monitoring unity (EMU) once open.
Qualified candidates will be Adult Neurologists who 1) hold an M.D./D.O. degree; 2) be board certified/eligible in Neurology and Epilepsy (ABPN); and 3) hold or be eligible for medical licensure in the state of Tennessee.
Vanderbilt is a collegial institution, and our department reflects this by fostering an environment of trust, transparency, inclusion, and collaboration. We are committed to developing new programs that incorporate novel technology and clinical innovation into the personalized care of our patients, while enabling our physicians and scientists to continue to make discoveries that change the way we understand and treat neurological disease. We invite you to explore our website, meet our faculty, and learn more about the important initiatives underway in each of our subspecialty areas: https://www.vumc.org/neurology/welcome
Compensation and benefits are competitive. To inquire, please send CV and cover letter to:
Kevin Haas, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Neurology and Director, Epilepsy Division email@example.com
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