Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery
Please contact us if you have a job opportunity to list here
Surgical Director-Deep Brain Stimulation Program
Chicago Western Suburbs
Central Dupage Hospital is seeking a Functional Neurosurgeon with expertise in Deep Brain Stimulation, responsible for the overall development and quality/performance management for these services. Candidates must be board certified in neurosurgery.
This outstanding opportunity will be instrumental in providing leadership/strategic planning/quality improvement/education-outreach to support our program.
The Neurosciences Institute at Central Dupage Hospital (CDH) is a leader in the western suburbs of Chicago in innovative care for complex and common conditions of the brain and spinal cord. The DBS Program at CDH is one of the busiest in the state of Illinois.
This is an outstanding opportunity to join Cadence Physician Group/Central Dupage Hospital/Delnor Hospital, premier healthcare provider in the Chicago western suburbs. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and a collegial work environment within a physician led team. Academic collaboration may be pursued through existing departmental and health system affiliations.
Cadence Health is a locally based, locally governed health system focused on delivering excellent health care to the more than 1.1 million patients in Chicago’s western suburbs. For seven years, (2006-2010, 2012, 2013), Central DuPage Hospital (CDH) has been selected by Truven Health Analytics as one of the “100 Top Hospitals in the U.S.”. CDH and Delnor maintain affiliations with Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago for pediatric specialty care and Cleveland Clinic for cardiac surgery, adult medical oncology, and cardiology services. Both hospitals have achieved Magnet® recognition for excellence in nursing services from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
For more information please contact: Melanie.email@example.com
630 933 5135
Cadence Health is now part of Northwestern Medicine
Neurosurgery Jobs in Portland, OR
Portland, Oregon – The Providence Brain & Spine Institute and a well-established private practice are partnering to bring a fellowship-trained Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgeon to build a new Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery program. The position will be split between medical directorship, clinical duties and research with a heavy emphasis on clinical work. Will also take general neurosurgery call. Open to all levels of experience. Competitive compensation package and wonderful quality of life in Portland.
The Providence Brain & Spine Institute is a renowned neuroscience center focused on leading neurological innovative care models and clinical research. In addition to the regional Stroke Center, the Institute includes specialized neurosurgery, orthopedic spine, MS, dementia, ALS, epilepsy and other clinical and research programs.
Portland has a metro population over two million, but maintains strong local neighborhoods and a close connection to nature. Consequently, the city consistently ranks high in national “livability” contests. Popular Science magazine named Portland the greenest city in America. No city of comparable size offers residents cleaner air and water and an all-around healthy environment, according to Earth Day Network. Portland has been named the most bicycle- and dog-friendly big city as well. With high urban culture and easy access to vast evergreen forests, the Pacific Ocean and sun-drenched central Oregon, it’s easy to see why Portland is so popular.
Providence Brain & Spine Institute is part of Providence Health & Services, a not-for-profit network of hospitals, clinics and physician partners in Alaska, California, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Providence has a proud 150-year history in the West, and we continue to grow with the communities we serve. With more than 300 provider opportunities in virtually all specialties, we offer diverse lifestyle choices, flexible work arrangements and robust practice support. Learn more atwww.providence.org/providerjobs.
For more information and to apply, please contact:
Providence Health & Services
Recruiter, Physician Services & Development
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center – New Orleans
Department of Neurosurgery
Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgeon
The Department of Neurosurgery at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, LA is seeking a Neurosurgeon, with a primary interest in Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor (non-tenure, clinical track). Responsibilities will include clinical care, supervision of residents, sharing in departmental on-call coverage responsibilities, and participating in educational programs involving medical students and residents. The selected candidate will be expected to undertake clinical or educational research. Compensation and benefits are competitive and compensation will be negotiated based upon academic rank and experience. The School of Medicine does not participate in sponsoring faculty candidates for the Department of Health and Hospitals’ Conrad 30 program. LSUHSC is an Equal Opportunity Employer for females, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.
Qualification Requirements: Required: * BC/BE Neurosurgeon * Primary interest in Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery * Must be board certified or board eligible, and qualify for licensure in the state of Louisiana upon commencement of employment * Must have completed a Neurosurgical residency and have a proven track record of academic and clinical productivity as well as teaching.
Applicant Instructions: Submit curriculum vitae and names and contact information of three references electronically to SOM-Jobs@lsuhsc.edu; reference Stereotactic position; Position will remain open until filled.
Brain exploration and epilepsy surgery course.
July 14-26, 2013.
Venice International University, San Servolo, Venice, Italy.
Aim of the course is to teach attendees to: (1) utilize basic knowledge for imaging and electrophysiological study of candidate patients to epilepsy surgery; (2) describe nature and evolution of surgically remediable epilepsies; (3) recognize and select patients with drug-resistant epilepsy that may benefit of surgical approach; (4) plan neurophysiological, video EEG and imaging investigations and interpret their results in the clinical context; (5) run and manage a team that collaborate in a Epilepsy Surgery Unit. The course is primarily targeted at neurologists, neuropediatricians, neurophysiologists, neuroradiologists and neurosurgeons interested in the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of pharmacoresistant epilepsies, and in research programs implementing in an epilepsy surgery unit.
Click here to download information
Please contact us if you have any video or audio you would like to share
Message ForumThe Education Message Forum is available for members only.
If you are a member, please Login>
If you want to become a member please go to the Membership section.>