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Through its collaboration with the LAC+USC Medical Center, the Keck School of Medicine of USC is seeking a Pediatric Neurologist/ Epileptologist for a full-time position as an Assistant or Associate Professor (Clinician Educator) position.Â This is a unique opportunity for an enthusiastic and qualified physician to join the Division of Child Neurology within the Departments of Neurology & Pediatrics at a major public, academic, and teaching institution in the heart of Los Angeles. Ample clinical research and collaborative opportunities also exist through the USC Neurorestoration Center and the USC Comprehensive Epilepsy Center which includes programs in adult epilepsy at affiliated hospitals and pediatric epilepsy at Childrenâs Hospital of Los Angeles.Â Â Excellent health, retirement, and educational benefits will be offered through USC. (https://employees.usc.edu/benefits/).Â Â
Given the Child Neurology Divisionâs clinical and academic focus on epilepsy, additional fellowship training in Pediatric Epilepsy and/or Neurophysiology would be highly regarded.Â The Applicant should be board certified/board eligible for Neurology with special qualification in Child Neurology, in addition to being board certified/board eligible in Epilepsy. Â This position entails both inpatient and outpatient consultative responsibilities at LAC+USC Medical Center. Â In addition, the Applicant would be expected to work closely with medical students, residents, and fellows. Â Clinical teaching represents an integral part of this position. Â
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