Neurovascular Fellowship/Clinical Instructor in Neurology

Location
Columbia, South Carolina
Salary
negotiable
Posted
Aug 23, 2021
Closes
Nov 21, 2021
Category
Vascular/Stroke
Hours
Full Time

The Comprehensive Stroke Center at the Prisma Health Midlands -University of South Carolina has two ACGME accredited fellowships available beginning July 1, 2022. We are seeking a fellow interested in clinical stroke care, related research in the “Stroke Belt” and function as junior attending. The fellowship is ideally suited for those wanting career as a stroke center director, neurohospitalist or academic neurologist. The fellowship provides a well-rounded comprehensive clinical experience, and trains individuals to independently establish their own stroke center. Additional two-years of training in neurointervention and neurointensive care will be available for qualified candidates. Moonlighting is in neurology is allowed under the current policies. The multi-department, TJC-certified comprehensive stroke center is currently anchored by five board certified stroke neurologists, three neurointensivists, four neurointerventionalists, two vascular neurosurgeons, three stroke research coordinators and advanced-practice providers. The program comprises of a 24-bed stroke unit, 16-bed TIA observation unit, 16-bed Neuroscience ICU with portable CT/CTA/CTP and 3-interventional suites located in the Flagship Hospital, which also houses the emergency room and a helipad geared to transport patients from across the state. The acute stroke team is geared to use the latest state of the art stroke, Teledoc robots and Viz-AI artificial intelligence imaging software accessible by smartphone (https://www.viz.ai/)  The Stroke is in the “Buckle of the Stroke Belt” and sees over 1600 stroke/TIA patients annually including several rare and common cerebrovascular disorders. The Arnold school of public health (http://www.sph.sc.edu) , ranked as one of the top public health schools in the country, is the coordinating center for MRI based Aphasia Treatment (https://cstar.sc.edu/),  as well as Robotic Rehabilitation Laboratory (https://sc.edu/uofsc/posts/2017/04/rehab_robotics.php#.YREof7XD-Ul).  We are a site of phase-3 stem cell in stroke recovery trial (https://www.masters2clinicaltrial.com/).  We are also a  NIH sponsored StrokeNet site. Neuroimaging is available including 3.0 T (https://www.mccauslandcenter.sc.edu/)  and 1.5 T MR Systems capable of rapid DWI/PWI/GRE, and a 250-detector spiral CT with CTA and CT perfusion with RAPID software used for extended thrombectomy window. The stroke program has a modern robotic Transcranial Doppler (TCD) and Carotid Ultrasound machine housed in a IGAVL certified vascular lab. Applicants should be completing or should have completed neurology residency in the US. The candidate must be board-eligible in neurology and meet requirements for South Carolina state medical license. PH-USC is an Equal Opportunity/ADA Employer. Interested applicants should email CV and 3 LORs:

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