A well-regarded academic program in California is seeking an Academic Skull Base Neurosurgeon to join their faculty. Due to the loss of a skull base surgeon in the area, here is an opportunity have a clinically busy practice, engage in clinical and translational research, and teach residents. Interests in acoustic neuromas and lateral skull base tumors is required.
The Department of Neurosurgery is growing under the aegis of a well-known Chairman, known throughout the country as an extremely bright and business-savvy leader. The unique strength of the program is its focus on translational research. The Institute's multifaceted programs encompass brain tumors, neurovascular diseases, functional disorders, pain, trauma and other complex conditions requiring neurosurgical intervention for both adults and children.
The city may be one of the most exciting places to live in the country! It enjoys a tremendous ethnic and cultural diversity. It is rich in the arts and offers the widest range of opportunities of every sort--from recreation to education.
|Subspecialty: Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base|