Academic Physician - Child Neurologist Physician Scientist #PED124 in Chicago, WA for University of Chicago (UC)
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Academic Physician - Child Neurologist Physician Scientist #PED124
The University of Chicago's Department of Pediatrics, Section of Pediatric Neurology, in collaboration with The Chicagoland Children's Health Alliance, is searching for a full-time faculty member. Rank will be dependent on qualifications. The appointee will have a research interest in neurogenetics with a specific interest in movement disorders and will be responsible for building a translational research program in neurogenetics. The primary role and responsibility will be to perform translational research on genetic movement disorders.  In addition, the appointee will provide care for pediatric patients with neurological disorders, particularly including those with genetic movement disorders, by recommending and interpreting genetic testing based upon neurological and clinical genetic


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