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Career Opportunities:




Faculty position in the Division of Movement Disorders

The Division of Movement Disorders in the Department of Neurology at Columbia University is expanding its research and clinical programs and is recruiting new faculty members interested in translational research and clinical practice in movement disorders including Parkinson's disease. The desired research topics include mechanisms of neurodegeneration, basal ganglia function in disease states, biomarkers including human imaging studies, rehabilitation approaches including physical therapy and exercise, genetic epidemiology, and clinical trials of novel therapeutic approaches. We are seeking independent investigators for all appropriate faculty levels with either MD or PhD training. Successful candidates are more likely to have a track record of successful research program with peer reviewed publications and funding. The division currently has about 15 faculty members who form the core of NIH Udall Parkinson's Disease Research Center, NIH Neuroepidemiology Training Grant Program, and Parkinson's Disease Foundation Research Center. We have long fostered academic career development and most of our current junior faculty members have NIH career development K awards.

Please send a cover letter outlining your research and clinical interests and CV to Un Jung Kang, MD (movdis@columbia.edu).

Columbia University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.










 
 
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- CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES
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EDUCATION:

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- BASIC SCIENCE RESEARCH
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- CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES
- GENETIC RESEARCH


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