The University of Michigan Health Neuromuscular Medicine Division of the Department of Neurology seeks a new tenure track faculty at the assistant professor or early associate professor level.
This is an outstanding opportunity to join a well-established, collegial Neuromuscular Division. The successful candidate will have a track record of basic science research productivity and funding focused on neuromuscular disorders. Opportunities for research are available through the neuromuscular program translational research program (www.mneuronet.org(link is external)) and the ALS Center of Excellence (https://www.umich-als.org/(link is external)). Physician candidates will also provide high-quality clinical care within a well-developed neuromuscular program that includes general neuromuscular disorders as well neuromuscular subspeciality clinics, including the Pranger ALS Clinic. Teaching opportunities are available for physician and PhD candidates within an ACGME-approved neuromuscular medicine fellowship and large neurology residency. A MD or PhD is required and MD/PhD are particularly encouraged to apply.
Ann Arbor, MI is family-friendly city well known for its cultural offerings. Ann Arbor is home to the University of Michigan/University of Michigan Health, a leading clinical and research medical facility. It has been ranked highly as a preferred city because of its sporting, music, and active cultural life and welcoming natural setting. The Department of Neurology is a highly ranked academic department with a residency training program of 27 adult neurology residents and internationally renowned faculty.
Please submit your Curriculum Vitae (CV). In addition, we recognize that people are defined by more than their CV. Thus, we welcome a brief summary that highlights your significant accomplishments, contributions, and ongoing efforts. Please e-mail your CV and brief summary to Brian Callaghan, MD, MS, Director, Neuromuscular Medicine, via Betsy Taylor(link sends e-mail).