General and Specialty Neurology Faculty Positions
Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation
University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Medicine
The University of Illinois at Chicago (Department of Neurology) and the UI Hospital and Health Sciences System are undergoing a major Neurology expansion with a strong emphasis on building world-class clinical and multidisciplinary translational research programs.
Multiple neurology faculty positions with or without subspecialty interest are available. In addition to General Neurology openings, sub-specialty positions are currently available in Movement Disorders, Memory- Cognitive, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Vascular Neurology and Epilepsy (rank/tenure will be commensurate with experience). Generous start-up resources can be made available for all positions to qualified applicants with research interests. Board-certification or board-eligibility in Neurology required for all positions.
Interested parties should send letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Jeffrey Loeb, MD, PhD c/o David Katz at email@example.com .
For questions, please contact Jeffrey Loeb c/o David Katz at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-355-1748 for additional information.
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