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University of Michigan : Headache Disorders

Employer
University of Michigan Neurology
Location
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Salary
Negotiable
Closing date
Oct 6, 2023

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The University of Michigan Department of Neurology seeks an outstanding clinician with fellowship training and/or substantial expertise in the diagnosis and management of headache disorders. This individual will join a team of 2 neurologists and 2 nurse practitioners in providing personalized, interdisciplinary care in the UM Headache and Pain Disorders clinic, which operates in close alliance with the UM dept of anesthesiology. The primary focus of this clinical (non-tenure) track position is clinical care, with opportunities to practice major procedures (Botox, nerve blocks etc), and also the option of participating in clinical trials.

 

Applicants must be board certified/board eligible in Neurology and eligible to work in the United States.

Ann Arbor, MI is family-friendly city well known for its cultural offerings. Ann Arbor is home to the University of Michigan/Michigan Medicine, 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. Inclusion of a statement that addresses any prior experience or potential contributions to promoting diversity is also of interest. Please e-mail your CV and brief summary to Dr. Dawn Kleindorfer, Chair of Neurology, amckeigh@umich.edu

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