This position is for a Neuro-Oncologist for a joint program between the Departments of Neurology, Neurosurgery and the Knight Cancer Institute.
Responsibilities include management, treatment and follow up care of patients with brain tumors; participation in clinical trials; teaching medical students, residents and fellows; inpatient attending rotations on the neuro-oncology service and shared night/weekend call. For mid-level or senior faculty with clinical trials experience the position may include a leadership role. This position includes the opportunity to develop a scholarly program in neuro-oncology research.
Academic duties includes teaching at all levels in the care of patients with brain and CNS tumors, and engaging in scholarly activities relating to the Neuro-oncology subspecialty.
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