The Professor in Neurology will provide direct or consultative neurological care for patients (adults and/or children) with general neurological illness in the Department’s outpatient clinics and/or outreach clinics from 6-7 half-days per week. This position will also attend on the Neurology (adult and/or pediatric) inpatient ward and/or consultative services from 6 to 8 weeks per year and/or provide coverage for other faculty.
Responsibilities in the outpatient clinics may be adjusted when on attending physician on the inpatient services. The inpatient services can include stroke, Neurology, and other inpatient services or outreach facilities.
This position will also provide supervision for residents and medical students in all clinical settings (inpatient and outpatient), including supervision of six to eight half day clinics per year as attending for the outpatient resident clinic. The Professor will also participate in clinical research and other administrative activities as approved by the Chair, and serve on appropriate Department, College, Hospital, or University committees.
Please include a CV when applying for position.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
M.D., D.O. or equivalent degree
Required Related Experience:
Evidence of the appropriate research training and/or equivalent experience in Neurology or related disciplines. This training/experience should be of an adequate type and duration to prepare the individual for development of an independent research program.
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Must obtain Kentucky medical licensure before appointment, and must then maintain full medical licensure in the State of Kentucky throughout the term of the appointment.
Board eligible or certified in Neurology or specialty area where applicable
University Community of Inclusion:
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