Faculty Opportunity for Memory Disorders Physician-Scientist
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- Closing date
- Apr 9, 2023
- Cognitive/Behavioral Neurology
- Full Time
A well-known university in Virginia is seeking a memory disorders neurologist to join its faculty. The ideal candidate will be someone with a current research program or the potential of developing an innovative research program. A specific interest in glia and the immune processes in neurodegenerative diseases is preferred because it complements local strengths. The clinical effort is limited to allow a focus on research. Research interests can be basic science, translational, or clinical.
They offer unique research facilities within the Department of Neurology and Center for Brain Immunology and Glia (BIG), including high-resolution single- and multi-photon confocal and light sheet microscopy, flow cytometry, and behavioral equipment.
They provide a rich clinical research environment through the Virginia Alzheimer's Disease Center (VADC), Center for Brain Immunology and Glia (BIG), Program in Fundamental Neuroscience, Neuroscience Graduate Program, the Brain Institute, and NCATS funded CTSA, known as the iTHRIV program.
The VADC includes the Memory and Aging Clinic which evaluates and provides dementia care for more than 2000 patients each year. The VADC is constructing a clinical cohort of patients in which the AD diagnosis has been confirmed using the CSF biomarkers of b amyloid and phosphorylated tau protein. Our imaging core completes MRIs according to the ADNI protocol and performs Amyloid tau PET scans. In addition, the Center has neuropathology, basic science, data science and statistical design, and community engagement cores. The Brain Institute supports the VADC, and it is dedicated it enhancing clinical translational and basic neuroscience research.
Center for Brain Immunology and Glia (BIG) brings together investigators with research interests in neuroimmunology and glia. Since 2012, the University and Brain Institute have made key investments in BIG that have led to six faculty recruitments and the acquisition of state-of-the-art equipment. The BIG Center has confocal microscopes, a multiphoton microscope, a flow cytometer, and cryostats to support neuroimmunology projects. Research in the BIG Center has led to numerous high impact papers and NIH-funded research projects. In 2021, the BIG Center received NIH funding for a T32 training program that will support predoctoral training. The BIG Center hosts weekly research in progress meetings, monthly seminars, and an annual retreat. Many investigators in BIG Center have basic research interests in AD and other neurodegenerative conditions. The University has recently made a significant investment in BIG to promote the study of neuroinflammation in models of neurodegenerative disease. Investigators in the BIG Center are actively seeking to build more partnerships with clinicians to build translational research programs in Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.
The Brain Institute consists of a director, Associate Director, Director of Finance, 3 Clinical research Coordinators, and fiscal technician. All have offices in the Ivy Translational Research Building. Brain Institute provides expertise in the conception, creation, and management of large brain research projects, including forming centers such as the Autism Center and Brain Health Center. The institute maintains internal communication among neuroscientists via newsletters websites. It hosts seminars and symposia. The Brain Institute draws upon talented faculty and students. It facilitated cluster hires in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, the School of Education, the School of Medicine, Engineering and Applied Science, and the Data Science Institute. All work as colleagues on developing better methods for understanding the complexities of the brain.
- Mentor and train graduate students, post doc fellows, K awardees, and teach medical students and residents
- Recipient of Best Practices Award from the Commonwealth Council on Aging and Aging Innovations Award by the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging
- Program is recipient of federal funding
- Cognitive patients travel from all of Virginia and several surrounding states for care at their nationally-recognized Memory Disorders Program
- An interdisciplinary team of neuropsychologists, geriatricians, speech-language pathologists, and social workers.
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RosmanSearch is a permanent physician recruitment firm. We place quality providers with quality practices nationwide. We are the only search firm with dedicated teams specializing in neurosciences. We have worked hard to become the industry leaders in neurosurgery and neurology recruitment services and are very excited to add urology to our growing list of specialty areas. We set out to create a completely new type of recruitment service – a truly expert, high-integrity search service you can trust. Our large, dedicated team of specially-trained neurology recruiters possess detailed knowledge of:
- How your neurology subspecialty can impact your compensation, as well as current market information relevant to your particular job search;
- How your choice of whether to join an independent practice, a hospital-employed community practice, or an academic practice is likely to impact your ability to develop the type of subspecialized practice you may want;
- How the type of practice you join is likely to impact your short-term and long-term compensation;
- Different types of inpatient and outpatient call structures and call pay; and
- How your location may impact your compensation.
We offer the following free services to all job-seeking neurologists, neurosurgeons, and urologists:
- Expert job search assistance: Our neurology recruiters know all of the programs in the country and can help you decide the best option (even if it's not through us!).
- Contract & CV review: We have reviewed thousands of physician CVs and contracts. We know what to look for to ensure your CV and contract are as competitive as possible.
- Compensation benchmarking: We consult with the MGMA and our own internal compensation data to identify and understand the compensation trends for each region, subspecialty, and practice type.
- Negotiation advice: We want to make sure you are receiving the best offer available! We give tips and advice to help ensure your negotiation is as favorable as possible.
- Interview preparation: Our neurology recruiters have resources for you to prepare for all kinds of interviews: Phone screenings, video interviews, and site visits.
- Search timeline consulting: We know the best time to begin your job search for all different search needs. Candidates who need H1-b or J-1 visa waiver support will have different considerations.
- To advise you honestly
- To help you spend your time wisely in the recruitment process
- To earn your respect through our expertise and professionalism
To learn more about our positions, please browse and apply directly below. You can also search for specific positions using our neurology job search tool on our website. Alternatively, you can set up a free, personalized conversation with one of our neurology recruitment experts, who will discuss your wants and needs for a new neurology position and share with you any and all opportunities that align with your parameters. You can fill out our contact form here.
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