The Department of Neurological Surgery at Indiana University is seeking a faculty position for a critical care trained neurosurgeon. Qualified applicant must be capable of organizing/leading a large clinical Neurotrauma program at a major Level One Trauma center.
The applicant’s primary duties include participation in and expansion of established comprehensive Neurotrauma/Critical Care and general neurological surgery. This is a leadership position and duties include program building; direct clinical care; and teaching of residents, fellows, and medical students. Only candidates with established research portfolio in Neurotrauma/Critical Care Neurosurgeon and successful track record of securing outside (NIH) funding will be offered the tenure track. The successful applicant will be expected to lead the multidisciplinary comprehensive Neurotrauma/Critical Care center, engage in academic pursuits and perform clinical or basic research, maintain current funding and secure future funding.
Applicants must be fellowship trained in Neurotrauma/Critical Care neurosurgery and be eligible for an Indiana State Medical License.
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OAA #: IUSM006072016
Internal Number: 7920
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