Movement Disorders Neurologist

UC Davis School of Medicine
Sacramento, California
The salary range for this position is $215,000-$350,000.
Closing date
May 6, 2023

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The Department of Neurology at the University of California, Davis is recruiting multiple Movement Disorders Neurologists to join our growing academic practice.

Appointments are available in the Clinical Neurology, Health Sciences Clinical Professor, or In-Residence series at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor rank commensurate with experience.

The selected candidate(s) will join an established multi-specialty Neurology team and provide inpatient and outpatient clinical care; teach medical students, residents, and fellows; and provide university/public service. The UC Davis Department of Neurology and UC Davis Health teaching hospital are nationally ranked in US News & World Report. The Medical Center is in Sacramento, which was named the “Best Place to Live in California in 2023” by Forbes magazine. UC Davis has a strong tradition of promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion.

The UC Davis Movement Disorders program is home to the multi-disciplinary HDSA Center of Excellence at UC Davis, Deep Brain Stimulation Program, and movement disorders fellowship. The Deep Brain Stimulation program is co-directed by neurology and neurosurgery faculty, includes a multidisciplinary weekly case conference, and offers state-of-the-art neuromodulation utilizing 3 DBS platforms including intra-operative robotic-assist procedures and remote programming platform for patients who live outside the Sacramento area. The Neurology clinic provides a dedicated Movement Disorders team including neuropsychologists, nurse practitioner, psychiatrist, genetic counselor, physical therapist, social workers, with additional support of a program medical assistant and clinical pharmacists.

The UC Davis Movement Disorders program faculty are strongly committed to teaching and have major roles as departmental educators. Ample opportunities exist for teaching medical students, neurology and other rotating residents and fellows and providing patient and caregiver education regionally and nationally.

The UC Davis Movement Disorders program is actively involved in industry- and NIH- sponsored clinical trials research as well as translational research with basic neuroscience faculty. There are also opportunities for investigator-initiated basic science and clinical research studies. UC Davis has a centralized IRB, departmental grant support, clinical research coordinators, and research facilities. The NIH funded UC Davis CTSC offers opportunities for additional training, including the K30 Training Program for a Masters in Clinical Research.

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