A West Virginia university’s Department of Neurological Surgery is seeking a board-certified neurosurgeon to with expertise in functional/restorative neurosurgery. Opportunities exist to participate in a new and growing initiative, studying human cognition using invasive and non-invasive technologies. Faculty rank and salary will be commensurate with credentials.
A commitment to excellence in patient care, research and resident teaching is expected. Clinical, basic science and biomechanical research opportunities are available and encouraged. The individual should also have developed an expertise in a subspecialty of neurosurgery, including functional, stereotactic, or DBS.
The hospital is a large, tertiary facility for West Virginia as well as neighboring states. The organization has made many recent updates and provided state-of-the-art equipment and brand-new buildings within the facility.
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