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Movement Disorders Specialist, Clinical Trialist

Employer
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Location
Boston, Massachusetts
Salary
Appointment at the Harvard Medical School is commensurate with experience, training and achievements
Closing date
Nov 15, 2021

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Job Details

The Division of Movement Disorders at Brigham and Women’s Hospital is seeking an academic clinician-scientist with expertise in developing a clinical trials program to transform scientific discovery into patient care delivery. The academic title of Instructor, Assistant Professor, or Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School will be commensurate with experience and scholarship in the field. S/he/They will focus on the development of clinical trials with federal, industry, and foundation partnerships. The candidate will develop a clinical practice within the Division, and time will be protected to execute on the clinical trials mission. We anticipate protecting 50% effort for clinical research, but this can be tailored to the candidate. Outside of the primary clinical trials objective, the position can be tailored to the candidate with opportunities in teaching, mentoring, administrative and clinical operations. Senior candidates will have the opportunity to be considered for leadership positions at the Department level and inter-Departmental level with Neurosurgery and Genetics.

The Division of Movement Disorders ad the Brigham & Women's Hospital works in close concert with its counterpart division at the Massachusetts General Hospital providing exciting collaborative opportunities. Our Division faculty frequently see and recruit patients for clinical research at both sites. 

Candidates should have a Massachusetts license to practice medicine and must be board-eligible or certified in Neurology. The candidate should possess a strong record as a clinician-investigator in the field and should have a passionate commitment to patient car, teach, and collegiality. 

Additional conditions of employment are provided via this link: https://www.partners.org/For-Medical-Professionals/Employment-Conditions.aspx

Interested candidates should email or mail a statement of interest, one page minimum, and curriculum vitae to:

Vikram Khurana, M.D., Ph.D.

Chief, Division of Movement Disorders

Department of Neurology

Brigham and women's Hospital

Hale Building for Transformative Medicine

60 Fenwood Road, 10th Floor

Boston, MA 02115

Email: vkhurana@bwh.harvard.edu

cc: jhswan@rics.bwh.harvard.edu

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law. We strongly encourage applications from women and minorities. 

 

Company

Brigham and Women’s Hospital earned a spot once again on U.S. News & World Report’s list of Best Hospitals, being named No. 14 on the magazine’s 2021 Honor Roll rankings. The Honor Roll is a distinction awarded to 20 hospitals in the country that deliver the best care for the most serious or complicated medical conditions and procedures.

The Brigham was ranked in 11 of the 15 specialties rated by U.S. News. The Brigham ranked fourth in cancer with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute as the Dana-Farber Brigham Cancer Center. Gynecology also ranked fourth, Rheumatology was fifth and Cardiology & Heart Surgery was 10th. Additionally, the Brigham earned the publication’s highest distinction of “high performing” in 16 of the 17 most common, serious and complicated medical conditions and procedures.

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Telephone
617-735-5355
Location
60 Fenwood Road
4th floor, Room 4022
Boston
Massachusetts
02115
United States
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