Position will be posted for a minimum of one week, after which it is subject to removal without notice.
University of Vermont (UVM) Larner College of Medicine seeks a board certified/eligible neurologist with prior training in neurocritical care (NCC) or in stroke (with parallel experience in NCC) for a full-time position in clinical care, teaching and research. Fellowship training in NCC or vascular neurology (with parallel experience in NCC) is required. The candidates should have the interests and skills to help expand an established, high-quality clinical service in collaboration with colleagues in Intensive Care and Neurosurgery. Specific clinical interests/expertise in related areas, such as neurointerventional therapy, cerebrovascular ultrasound, cerebral microdialysis, and multimodal monitoring are desirable, but not required.
The University of Vermont Medical Center, Vermont's academic medical center, is a Level-1 adult and children's trauma center, a Joint Commission Certified Primary Stroke Center and the major referral center for the state of Vermont and upstate New York.
The Stroke & Neurocritical Care Program currently includes a team of three vascular neurologists; a full-time mid-level in/outpatient clinician; two neurointerventionalists; two vascular neurosurgeons; and a full time RN program coordinator. The department offers telestroke as a part of teleneurology services.
UVM has broad strengths in vascular disease research, including in cerebrovascular disease and stroke, in the investigation of vascular biology and biomarkers (hematological and radiographic), thrombogenesis and the neuropharmacological control of cerebral vessels. Opportunities exist for clinical research in the delivery of acute neurologic care in rural areas. Programs in experimental neurotherapeutics are active in several divisions of the department. Applicants with specific research interests, either clinical or basic science, related to cerebrovascular diseases, neurocritical care, epidemiology, outcomes and health care delivery are strongly encouraged to apply. Participation in general clinical neurology and the educational programs of the department are important.
Vermont has unparalleled recreational opportunities and consistently ranks among the healthiest, safest and best place to live and raise a family in the U.S. Burlington is a vibrant university city, located on magnificent Lake Champlain, 3 ½ hours from Boston and less than 2 hours from Montreal.
The University of Vermont and University of Vermont Medical Center are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. Applications from women, veterans, individuals with disabilities and people from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds are encouraged.
The University is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through their research, teaching, and/or service. Applicants are requested to include in their cover letter information regarding how they will further this goal.
Interested individuals must apply online at: www.uvmjobs.com - Position # 00022352
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. We strongly encourage immediate submission of applications.
For additional information please contact Guillermo Linares, M.D. UVM Larner College of Medicine, Department of Neurological Sciences,
149 Beaumont Ave., HSRF 426, Burlington, VT 05401
Phone: (802) 656-4588
For more information regarding the Department of Neurological Sciences, please check out our website at: http://www.uvm.edu/medicine/neuro/
Job Open Date 08/12/2014 Job Close Date Category Academic/Faculty Job Type Full-time
Posting Number F004PO Department Neurological Sciences/55800 Advertising/Posting Title Assistant Professor FLSA Exempt Position Number 00022352 Employee FTE 1.0 Employee Term (months) 12
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Documents Needed to Apply
- Curriculum Vitae
- Cover Letter/Letter of Application
The University of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Applications from women, veterans, individuals with disabilities and people from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds are encouraged.