Duke Pediatric Neurology
The Division of Pediatric Neurology at Duke University invites BC/BE neurologists particularly those with training in epilepsy and clinical neurophysiology to apply at the Assistant/Associate Professor levels.
Candidates are for the Clinician-Practitioner or Research tracks. The Division has a long history of excellence in clinical service, teaching, and leadership in multiple cutting edge programs and research. We seek to continue to expand our division through Pediatric Neurologists with an interest in Epilepsy, General Pediatric Neurology, Neurointensive Care, and other Child Neurology subspecialty fields. The environment at Duke fosters and supports development of clinical careers and of clinical and basic science research by the candidates. Salary and benefits are highly competitive with other institutions. Duke University Health System is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer.
The Division has twelve faculty members with leading programs and multidisciplinary clinics. It is based in Duke Children's Hospital and Health Center, which is an approximately 200-bed hospital. The Medical School, Hospital, and the Pediatric Neurology service have repeatedly been ranked in the top medical schools, pediatric hospitals, and pediatric neurology services in the country by US News and World Report.
Durham, North Carolina is consistently ranked very high in the Best Cities to Live In, scoring highly on schools, amenities, museums, and performing arts center, in addition to being known officially as the City of Medicine, USA. Over 230,000 residents enjoy the temperate climate, world-class dining, cultural events, and college and professional sports.
Interested candidates should apply with CV and letter of interest via the Apply button below.
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