The Duke Eye Center in Durham, NC is accepting applications for a highly qualified, full-time specialist in neuro-ophthalmology to join its expanding practice. Candidates may have received primary training in either ophthalmology or neurology, and must be board eligible or certified in their field. Fellowship training in neuro-ophthalmology is expected, and post-fellowship work experience is preferred, but not required.
This position requires both excellent clinical skills and a dedication to academic ophthalmology. The faculty member will be expected to engage in both teaching and clinical research activities. Faculty rank will be determined by experience and credentials.
Duke Eye Center (the department of Ophthalmology at Duke University Medical Center) specializes in all areas of ophthalmology, includes almost 100 clinical and research faculty, and is home to several unique centers of excellence focused on rare and complex diseases. Since the Ophthalmology Department is an integral part of the world-class Duke University Health System and Duke University School of Medicine, our faculty have access to a broad spectrum of clinical and research activity.
Visit Duke Neuro-Ophthalmology at https://dukeeyecenter.duke.edu/divisions-and-centers/neuro-ophthalmology
A top 10 ranked eye center in the US News & World Report Best Hospitals survey since the survey began more than 30 years ago, Duke Eye Center is dedicated to curing eye disease worldwide though excellence in research, education, and patient care.
Interested candidates should submit CV and Letter of Interest at https://www.practicematch.com/physicians/job-details.cfm/852475
The Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill/Research Triangle area North Carolinas famed Triangle Area - is home to three major research universities, and the nation's first public liberal arts institution for African American students. This region has been named among the best places in the U.S. to live, work and retire.
The triangle area, with a combined triangle-wide population of more than a million people, is located halfway between the Great Smoky Mountains and the beaches of the Atlantic. The area has a celebrated food scene, is rich with opportunities for hiking and biking, competitive semi- and professional baseball and hockey, and many other broad, culturally diverse activities.
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