Associate Professor Health Programs
Ast/Asc Professor Health ProgramsPosition Summary
The Department of Neurology at Michigan State University is pleased to announce its expansion. We seek BC/BE candidates primarily with interest in Vascular (stroke) Neurology. We value most, individuals who wish to work within a team to help expand Neurology, teach residents and medical students along with participation in clinical and basic research on the campus of one of the country's great universities.
The Department of Neurology has an active and robust clinical focus and is affiliated with the MSU Neuroscience Program. The Department has a required medical school clerkship, an active neurology residency and expanding fellowship programs. We seek individuals who wish to work within a team to help expand the clinical practice and research programs at MSU.Required Degree
Doctorate -Medicine/Osteopathic MedicineMinimum Requirements
An M.D. or D.O. is required. Successful completion of either an ACGME or AOA Neurology Residency with additional Fellowship training in Vascular Neurology (stroke). Candidates must be eligible for a physician's license in the state of Michigan.Required Application Materials
Attach cover letter or interest and CV. Be prepared to submit 3 letters of recommendation upon request. The recommendation letters should be addressed to David I. Kaufman, D.O., Professor and Chair, Department of Neurology and Ophthalmology, Michigan State University, 788 Service Road, Suite B-401, East Lansing, MI 48824.Review of Applications Begins On
07/19/2018Summary of Health Risks
Direct patient contact and possible exposure to human blood and body fluids.Website
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