The Division of Neurology at a well-regarded children’s hospital in Wilmington, Delaware is currently seeking a Director of Neurosciences. It is excited to welcome an experienced pediatric neurologist with strong academic and research interests to join their newly-appointed Chief Scientific Officer in bringing innovation and distinction to their growing neurosciences program.
Individuals who are either enthusiastic about general pediatric neurology with a wide spectrum of interests, or who practice a range of subspecialty interests, including epilepsy, headache, neuromuscular, and genetic/metabolic disorders, will find significant support for their practice.
• Lead team of 9 pediatric neurologists and 7 APNs
• Research interests highly desired and well supported by a team comprised of a neuroscientist, MR physicist, 3 radiochemists, and 1 clinical coordinator
• Lab space available for basic science research
• Report to health system's Chief Scientific Officer
• Faculty appointment available
• Teach pediatric residents and pediatric neurology fellows
• Competitive compensation package
Wilmington is Delaware’s largest city and economic hub. Located 30 minutes south of Philadelphia, the city boasts excellent connections to the region as well as to national and international destinations from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), Wilmington Airport (ILG), and Amtrak / SEPTA Wilmington Station (WIL). Rich in history, Wilmington offers a unique blend of old and new, and a diversity of cultures and lifestyles. With a burgeoning restaurant scene, access to museums, galleries, live music venues, and the state’s premier centers for the performing arts, there is something for every foodie and artist. Outdoor enthusiasts have 552 acres of parks at their fingertips, ranging from neighborhood pocket parks to Brandywine Park’s winding trails through thick forest. More than half of all Fortune 500 companies call Wilmington their corporate home. A selection of charter schools in the area offer strong options for K-12 education, and the city's location provides easy access to some of the country's top offerings for higher education.
|Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Epilepsy|
|Compensation: $300,000 - $350,000|