The Department of Neurology at the University of Michigan/Michigan Medicine is seeking a tenure-track/tenured (research-oriented) vascular neurologist to join our Vascular Neurology Division.
This is an outstanding opportunity to join a well-established, collegial team. Our stroke group includes eleven vascular neurologists, one nurse practitioner (outpatient), and two stroke fellows. Our research focuses include health equity, stroke epidemiology, clinical trials, health services research, and basic science, among others. We welcome applicants who would like to collaborate in these areas or bring their own areas of interest. We anticipate the successful candidate will be qualified for appointment at the Assistant or Associate Professor of Neurology level and will have a strong methodological background and experience with research. Career development grant track applicants are encouraged to apply. Startup funding will be commensurate with the candidate's interests and needs.
- Board-certified or board eligible in vascular neurology
- Board-certified or board eligible in neurology
- Commitment to scientific discovery and team science
- Develop/sustain an independent research program
- Provide stroke clinical care
- Educate medical students, residents, and fellows
Please submit your Curriculum Vitae (CV). In addition, we recognize that people are defined by more than their CV. Thus, we welcome a brief summary that highlights the candidate's significant accomplishments, contributions, and ongoing efforts. Inclusion of a statement that addresses any prior experience or potential contributions to promoting diversity is also of interest. Please forward the information, CV, and brief summary, to Dr. Lewis Morgenstern.
Ann Arbor has been ranked highly as a preferred city because of its sporting, music, and active cultural life and welcoming natural setting. The Neurology residency and Vascular Neurology fellowship offer the candidate the opportunity to work with highly motivated and skilled trainees.
We are looking for a talented academic clinician to join our outstanding group of general neurologists.
The applicant should be well-trained and preferably board certified by the ABPN, although early board eligible candidates are also valued. The position is supported by an experienced team of medical assistants, nurses and a nurse practitioner, and would join a group of renowned neurologists with varied expertise in headache, neurophysiology, or hospital medicine. We have the capacity to accommodate a number of different job descriptions, including ambulatory only, ambulatory and remote teleneurology consultations, or ambulatory and hospital medicine hybrid positions. There are ample opportunities for teaching of residents and medical students, and significant opportunities for collaborative research in health services and quality.
We are excited about diverse candidates with a wide variety of experiences that would add strength to our current team, and most dedicated to candidates who are passionate about delivering the best care and advocacy for our patients.
We are seeking a candidate to fill the Elinor Levine Professorship in Dementia Research. We invite applications from or nominations of qualified candidates at the level of Associate or Full Professor with tenure. The ideal candidate will be a nationally recognized scholar with a successful track record of funding and strong publication record in dementia-related research. The Levine Professor will be expected to play a pivotal role in the NIH-funded Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (MADRC), which links dementia research and educational initiatives across Michigan’s three major research universities. The candidate is expected to maintain an independent research program in dementia, capitalizing on the MADRC’s rich resources including its diverse longitudinal cohort. If the successful candidate is a board-certified neurologist, they may also provide clinical care in the interdisciplinary U-M Cognitive Disorders Clinic, operating in close alliance with the U-M Geriatric Center.
The Department of Neurology at the University of Michigan seeks a fellowship-trained and ABPN-certified academic Movement Disorders neurologist for appointment in the tenure track at the associate or full professor level. This position is supported in part by a new endowed professorship (Karp Chair in Movement Disorders). Qualified candidates may also have an opportunity for shared leadership responsibility within a large and highly productive Division of Movement Disorders.
The successful candidate should have a national or international reputation in Parkinson’s disease or Movement Disorders research, with an active research program, track record of extramural funding, and mentorship leading to trainees obtaining extramural funding. The candidate may also have responsibilities for teaching, supervising, and mentoring of medical students, residents, fellows and junior faculty. Leadership responsibilities include administrative oversight of the research activities of the Division.
The University of Michigan Division of Movement Disorders has 3 endowed professorships, 9 full-time faculty, 1-2 fellows annually, and robust clinical, education, and research programs. Movement Disorders faculty see approximately 6000 patient-visits per year, direct Deep Brain Stimulation programs at the University Hospital and affiliated VA, and staff Chemodenervation and Ataxia Clinics. The Division conducts a wide range of research activities across the translational spectrum from basic research to clinical trials, and is home to both a Udall and a Parkinson Foundation Research Center of Excellence.
Interested applicants should send a brief statement of interest and a copy of their CV addressed to Dr. Roger Albin, Co-Chair, Movement Disorders Division, by email to Amy McKeighan at email@example.com