ALS Physician-Scientist Faculty position in Pennsylvania

Neurologists with clinical and research expertise in ALS are invited to apply for a position at a large university in Pennsylvania, with a corresponding academic appointment (open rank, tenure-track or non-tenure track) at Penn State College of Medicine. A major asset of the department is a nationally recognized ALS program excelling in patient care, education, and clinical research. This recruitment is partially supported by a generous gift to the ALS program.

What we’re seeking:
• Professional degree – MD, DO, MD/PhD, DO/PhD, or foreign equivalent
• BC/BE in Neurology and Neuromuscular Neurology fellowship training or foreign equivalent
• Clinical experience in ALS with strong background in relevant clinical research and/or patient-oriented laboratory research
• The ideal candidate would have a track record of successful research funding
• Commitment of at least 50% time dedicated to research
• Candidates who will pursue and acquire external funding while being supported initially by a generous start-up package
• Excellent patient care abilities
• Interest in teaching in undergraduate and graduate medical education curriculum

What we offer:
• Outstanding ALS program with a national reputation
• Interaction with dynamic researchers, clinicians and educators across all neuroscience-related departments in a highly collaborative culture
• Cutting-edge basic and clinical neuroscience research and top-notch facilities at both hospital and university campuses, creating a cross-departmental clinician-scientist community.
• Faculty rank and track commensurate with experience
• Competitive salary and generous benefits
Above market compensation packageAbove market compensation package
Attractive schedule options availableAttractive schedule options available
Excellent schools nearbyExcellent schools nearby
Leadership role availableLeadership role available
Mountains nearbyMountains nearby
Near lakes and gorgeous natural areasNear lakes and gorgeous natural areas
No or low trauma callNo or low trauma call
Particularly patient focusedParticularly patient focused
Research support availableResearch support available
Teaching encouragedTeaching encouraged
Well organized and managed practiceWell organized and managed practice

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Position #2037-3
Specialty: Neurology
Subspecialty: Neuromuscular
Compensation: Contact for Details (216-906-8188)
Region: Northeast Region

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