Behavioral Neurology Faculty (Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor)
Posted 29 Feb 2020
University of Colorado School of Medicine
The Department of Neurology at the University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus is seeking to recruit a dynamic candidate to expand its clinical and basic science research programs within its Behavioral Neurology section. The position is a full-time faculty position, with the opportunity for academic promotion, which is determined on criteria of demonstrated excellence in the areas of education, research, clinical care, and community service. The Department is seeking individuals who are collaborative, communicative, caring, detail oriented, organized, proactive, able to think critically, focused on quality, dedicated to personal growth, and highly motivated. Rank is determined based on knowledge and experience.
The duties inherent in this faculty position will include teaching, research, clinical care, and service responsibilities. The overall allocation of time and effort devoted to these various academic activities will be subject to the determination of the Section Chief.
Service activities may include administrative responsibilities such as data entry into hospital systems, development of critical pathways, committee work and projects aimed at supporting and improving the subspecialty and departmental missions, and outside activities involving community outreach.
It is assumed the bulk of this non-clinical time will be spent working toward the production of scholarship activities. Behavioral Neurology faculty are also members of the clinical core of the CU Alzheimer’s and Cognition Center, participating in the clinical aspects of the center’s research projects and development. Attendance at the meetings and educational events of the department and specialty programs is expected. Other duties may be assigned as the need arises.
Teaching activities include in-clinic work with Behavioral Neurology Fellows, leading teaching conferences and training medical students and residents.
Research is conducted within the scope of behavioral neurology and in accordance with individual scholarly interests. Behavioral neurology faculty are responsible for pursuing research on brain-behavior relationships intended to improve diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of neurobehavioral disorders. All section faculty are members of the clinical core of the CU Alzheimer’s and Cognition Center, with the expectation of participation in the clinical aspects of the Center’s development and research.
Clinical duties may include responsibilities at the faculty level for outpatient service based in the Memory Disorders Clinic at the UC Health Stapleton Medical Center.
Teaching activities include in-clinic work with Behavioral Neurology Fellows, leading teaching conferences, and training medical students and residents.