Duke Department of Neurology seeks Chief, Division of Neurocritical Care
The Department of Neurology at Duke University Medical Center is seeking candidates for the position of Chief, Division of Neurocritical Care. The Division Chief will lead further development of the Division infrastructure, serving as a mentor to junior faculty, advanced practice providers, resident and fellow trainees and foster an academically productive Division. Division Chief will oversee the Neurocritical care services across Duke’s 3-hospital system. Our three hospitals include Duke University Medical Center and Duke Regional Hospital (both in Durham, NC) and Duke Raleigh Hospital (in Raleigh, NC).
Qualified candidates should have at least 5-8 years’ experience in Neurocritical Care and/or leadership roles. Applicants should be recognized as an academic clinician-scientist with a history of external peer-reviewed research funding. Demonstrated clinical expertise and proven leadership and interpersonal skills, plus a strong interest in advancing the academic, research, educational, and clinical mission of the department is strongly preferred. The Chief will be responsible for developing and coordinating a robust, sustainable research effort within the Division.
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Letters of application and curriculum vitae should be addressed to the Co-Chairs of the Division Chief of Neurocritical Care Search Committee:
Shreyansh Shah, MD and Christa Swisher, MD
c/o Teikko Artis
Interested candidates should apply with CV and letter of interest via the APPLY button.
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