Neurologist - Movement Disorders, Clinical Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Neurology, Movement Disorders
Stony Brook University
Location: Stony Brook, New York
Internal Number: 135158
Our burgeoning Department of Neurology in the Renaissance School of Medicine is seeking movement disorders neurologists to join our outstanding Parkinson's and Movement Disorders Center. Ours is the home of the only DBS program, Tics and Tourette's Disorder TAA Center of Excellence and Huntington's Disease HDSA Center of Excellence in Suffolk County with a catchment area of 1.5 million residents, of which nearly a quarter of a million are geriatric. We are partnered with Stony Brook Southampton Hospital which offers numerous wellness programs with support of APDA.
Stony Brook University Hospital is a 624-bed tertiary care university hospital. Its academic affiliate, Stony Brook University is ranked #1 among New York state public universities. It has a state-of-the-art PET-MRI and other neuroimaging. It is also internationally recognized in Centers of Medicine, Biotechnology and Engineering which lends to collaboration between clinicians and basic scientists. We are a NeuroNext Clinical Trials site, as well as members of the Parkinson Study and Huntington Study Groups with active clinical trials and investigator-initiated research.
Management of patients with Movement Disorders.
Provide inpatient Movement Disorders consultations.
Commitment to community engagements and education.
Coverage of the general neurology or consult services.
Favorable weekend and overnight call responsibility shared equally among faculty.
Supervision of neurology residents and medical students.
This represents an exciting opportunity for a Movement Disorders neurologist interested in building an outpatient movement disorders practice at the region's premier academic medical center. Candidates will have the opportunity to develop innovative clinical, educational, and research programs to suit their unique academic interests.
Faculty can also take advantage of an exceptional retirement plan offered through the New York State Pension plan and 457(b), 401(a) and 403(b).
MD degree (or foreign equivalent).
Movement Disorders fellowship training.
Board Certified/Board Eligible in Neurology.
Eligibility for New York State licensure.
Two years or more of fellowship training.
Four years or more of experience working as a movement disorders neurologist.
Proficiency in DBS programming and botulinum toxin treatment.
Experience in DBS intraoperative neurophysiology.
Interest in building specialized programs focusing on neurogenetics, ataxia, or normal pressure hydrocephalus.
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