The Department of Neurology at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) seeks a Neuromuscular Medicine specialist for a faculty position at the Assistant to Associate Professor level to further their career in its Neuromuscular and Autonomic Disorders Program (NMADP). Join MCW in transforming health care and connecting people to the best in academic medicine for the exceptional care that we provide to the diverse communities in the greater Milwaukee, Wisconsin region.
The Department of Neurology is the largest and most comprehensive neurology academic group in Wisconsin, with a faculty exceeding 75, including more than 60 adult neurologists and neuropsychologists. More than a dozen child neurology faculty practice at the adjacent children’s hospital, and there is a nearby affiliated VA Hospital. The NMADP is over 30 years old and is one of the oldest continuous programs in the department. The NMADP comprises 6 adult and one child neurology faculty plus 3 APPs. The adult NMADP faculty see a wide range of local and regional patient referrals in a new outpatient clinic, including new autonomic and clinical neurophysiology laboratories. Neurology has a robust educational program of 27 adult neurology residents, 6 child neurology residents, in addition to 10 fellowships. Faculty also do basic and clinical research with an aggregate budget of more than $5M dollars. The Neurology Department is a primary partner in MCW’s newly initiated and funded Neuroscience Institute.
- Evaluate/manage patients with neurological, particularly adult neuromuscular disorders. The NMADP includes a large outpatient clinic practice with a state-of-the-art clinical neurophysiology laboratory and nerve-muscle pathology laboratory. There is also opportunity for also seeing pediatric patients. Research offers collaboration with colleagues in both clinical & basic science departments. Education includes teaching medical students, residents, and fellows. Participation in the Neuromuscular Diseases Conferences and related educational activities.
Education, training, and experience required
- ABPN Certification in Adult Neurology (or Board Eligible and Certified within 2 years of hire). ABPN Certification in Neuromuscular Medicine (or equivalent). Additional advanced fellowship training in Clinical Neurophysiology is highly desired. Wisconsin licensure or eligible for licensure. Excellent clinical, research, and teaching abilities and experience commensurate with level of training and experience. Demonstrated excellent clinical skills in diagnosing and managing neuromuscular patients. Demonstrated excellence in management of clinical duties, including time efficiency in clinic, closure of clinic encounters, and commitment to achieving high CG-CAHPS scores. Option for limited protected research time may be possible as a pre-requisite to funding. Successful candidates bring strong clinical abilities, well-refined interpersonal skills, enthusiasm, and commitment to MCW’s academic missions.
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Interested candidates should contact:
Jennifer Scherer, Senior Physician Recruiter