Academic Scholar - Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor, Division of Epilepsy
Company: State University of New York at Buffalo
Location: New York
Posted on: November 26, 2022
Academic Scholar - Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor,
Division of Epilepsy Position Title Academic Scholar - Clinical
Assistant/Associate Professor, Division of Epilepsy The Department
of Neurology, University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and
Biomedical Sciences is seeking to recruit a BC/BE adult neurologist
at the Assistant/Associate Professor level, fellowship trained in
Expertise in intracranial EEG and epilepsy surgery including sEEG
and neurostimulation are required. Research interests are
encouraged. The candidate will join a dynamic group of six
epileptologists and an active EMU practice that includes 12
monitoring beds as well as LTM services. Compensation packages are
commensurate with credentials.
Your duties as an Academic Scholar - Clinical Assistant/Associate
Clinical Duties - 80% of time
- A clinical commitment of 80% full time equivalent [ FTE ] to be
devoted to the adult neurology program. We expect that you will
staff the adult epilepsy and general neurology clinics with a goal
of further developing your expertise as an adult
- The outpatient clinic schedule would follow this general
outline. For weeks that you are not covering the adult General
Neurology inpatient service you would have 7 outpatient clinical
sessions a week. This weekly template would include:
- Six half days of outpatient clinic at either BGMC /Conventus or
the Williamsville clinic concentrating on adult epilepsy. If
adequate numbers of epilepsy patients are not available, you may be
asked to see some general neurology issues. It is expected that
over time, your outpatient schedule will be fully devoted to adult
epilepsy and related conditions.
- The outpatient schedule for weeks that you are covering the
inpatient service or the LTM service would be reduced by 50% or
more, as required to adequately cover the inpatient service
- You will be on a rotating schedule with the child and adult
epileptologists on the EEG reading panel. Approximately one-half
day of effort is required for this activity.
- Coverage of the LTM unit at WCHOB will initially be under the
supervision of one of our senior epileptologists. After
approximately 6 months, you will assume a more independent status
and will cover the LTM unit approximately one week out of every
10th week. This frequency will increase once the new LTM unit is
completed in the Oishei Children's Hospital.
- You will participate in interpretation of routine evoked
potential interpretation at BGMC . Training can be provided through
the epilepsy section if needed.
- You will have the option of participating in Intraoperative
Monitoring for cases performed at BGMC .
- Coverage of the General Neurology inpatient service will be 5
to 7 weeks a year based on current projections.
- You will participate in supervision of the continuity clinic
for adult neurology residents. This schedule is approximately
one-half day every 4 to 6 weeks. Educational Duties - 20% of time
- You will teach medical students, residents, and fellows. This
includes mentoring and giving didactic lectures, particularly in
fields of interest including neurophysiology and epilepsy.
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University at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equal opportunity
employer and, in keeping with our commitment, welcomes all to apply
including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Minimum
- BC/BE in Neurology
- Fellowship trained in Epilepsy Preferred Qualifications
Physical Demands Type Varies Campus Downtown Campus Posting Alerts
Special Instructions Summary Is a background check required for
this posting? No Contact Information Contact's Name Contact's Title
Professor and Chairman Contact's Email Contact's Phone 716-829-5063
Posting Dates Posted 11/21/2022 Deadline for Applicants 02/28/2023
Date to be filled 07/01/2023 References Number of References
Required 1 Reference Cutoff Date Instructions to Applicant
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Keywords: State University of New York at Buffalo, New York , Academic Scholar - Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor, Division of Epilepsy, Education / Teaching , New York, New York
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