Academic Neurology Opportunities in Southern California
The Department of Neurology at Loma Linda University has created a new position for one or more board-certified/eligible neurologists who are interested in a Clinical Educator career in neurology. We believe that a broad interest in clinical neurology is of value to our program. A subspecialty interest is not required, but if present may be developed in conjunction with existing subspecialty programs. Subspecialty interests for this position could include EMG/neuromuscular (fellowship training preferred), movement disorders, neuro-otology, stroke, headache, multiple sclerosis, functional disorders, or dementia.
This position will have a flexible balance of both neurology clinics and attending our general neurology teaching ward service, depending on the candidate’s interest. We are looking for someone with a passion for teaching our neurology residents, fellowships, and medical students, and instilling in them a sense of clinical duty, partnership, and whole-person care. Added faculty development in seminars and conferences dedicated to furthering neurology education and teaching are supported and opportunities for clinical research and educational outcomes are available.
Our neurology department serves our brand new tertiary academic medical center, an expanding regional medical center (Riverside University Medical Center), a faculty clinical practice, and a Federally Qualified Health Center (SAC Health Systems). We are a highly collegial group that balances fulfilling academic careers with lifestyle and family.
This opportunity is not eligible for a J-1 Waiver.
Interested candidates, please send your CV to: