Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center: Chair of the Department of Neurology
The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) is seeking applications and nominations for the position of Chair of the Department of Neurology. While the specific academic rank is subject to review at Harvard Medical School, successful candidates will generally be qualified to serve as Professor of Neurology based on their record of academic achievement and teaching activities.
The Department of Neurology at BIDMC is consistently ranked among the top neurology departments in the US, in terms of its research portfolio, educational programs and strong clinical efforts in all areas of the discipline. BIDMC is one of three major Harvard teaching hospitals, and serves as the flagship academic medical center for Beth Israel Lahey Health system.
Applicants should have a proven record of significant academic accomplishment, and demonstrate the leadership skills to nurture and enhance the research, teaching and clinical portfolios of an already superb Department of Neurology. This individual will have farreaching leadership responsibilities. Therefore, he or she must have exemplary administrative, mentoring and communication acumen, not only to lead a large and complex department, but also to engage with institutional, departmental, and divisional leaders, the pan-Harvard community, as well as the regional, national and international neurology communities.
Prospective applicants should submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae addressed to:
Mark L. Zeidel, MD Chair,
Department of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Herrman L. Blumgart Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School
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