The University of Nebraska Medical Center, Department of Radiology seeks applications from Board-certified radiologists with outstanding credentials in neuroradiology. The successful candidate will spend substantial time on neuroradiology services, as well as, participate in the general diagnostic radiology practice. The division of neuroradiology covers brain, spine, orbit and head and neck imaging. The successful candidate will have interest and expertise in MR spectroscopy, MR perfusion/permeability analysis, fMRI, diffusion tensor imaging (including tractography) and CT/MR angiography. The clinical work includes active interactions with otolaryngology, neurology, neurosurgery, radiation oncology and participation in associated tumor boards. Research opportunities exist in many aspects of neuroradiology with current emphasis on neurocognition and brain tumor research. The MEG center offers a unique neuroscience collaborative opportunity. There is an ongoing major expansion of the clinical enterprise with the addition of a cancer center, outpatient surgical center and an off-campus multi-specialty clinic office. Associated imaging service expansion includes new CTs and 1.5T and 3T MRIs.
Other duties include teaching to medical students, residents, and fellows. Candidates should be committed to academic radiology. Fellowship or additional training in neurological radiology is required. This appointment is a full-time position with rank dependent upon qualifications.
M.D. Board certified in Radiology Fellowship or additional training in neuroradiology
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