Professor (Tenure Track), Departments of Neurosurgery
Professor (Tenure Track), Departments of Neurosurgery: 03-318-023
The Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is seeking to recruit a full time, established neurosurgeon-scientist at the Professor level with specific expertise and interest in neurodegenerative conditions and restorative approaches to solving complex neurosurgical problems. The ideal candidate would be considered for the Howard M. Eisenberg Distinguished Professorship in Neurosurgery.
Expected rank for this position will be Professor, however, final rank and tenure status will be commensurate with selected candidate's experience.
The Department of Neurosurgery has a proven track record of translating research discoveries from the laboratory to the clinic with successful paths to product commercialization. This work has included efforts that led to the FDA approval for new neurosurgical devices and to investigator-initiated multi-center clinical trials supported by major pharmaceutical companies. Numerous other studies led by the University of Maryland Neurosurgery team related to numerous neurological diseases are also currently underway.
For immediate consideration, please submit a cover letter and a recent CV, including names and contact information of three references.
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Candidates must be board-certified in neurosurgery and eligible for an unrestricted license in the State of Maryland. This position requires a medical degree from a recognized accredited domestic university (or foreign equivalent), a strong commitment to patient care, research and teaching, and the ability to work well in a team setting. The selected consultant will foster innovation and discovery in the field of translational neurosciences with a focus on applications towards clinical use and potential commercialization to bring new intellectual capital to the state of Maryland.