University of Toledo: Multiple Faculty Positions for Clinicians and/or Clinician Scientists

The University of Toledo Department of Neurology is recruiting Neurologists and Neurology subspecialists to join their expanding department. Multiple faculty positions for clinicians and/or clinician scientists include:


Assistant or Associate Professor Rank commensurate with experience. Applicants should be board eligible or board certified in Neurology, with fellowship training preferred for specialty positions.

Submit a letter of interest, CV, and letters of reference to:
Imran Ali, MD, Professor and Clair Martig Endowed Chair
Department of Neurology
University of Toledo
2130 W. Central Avenue
Suite 201
Toledo, OH 43606
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The mission of the Department of Neurology at the University of Toledo Health Sciences Campus is three-fold: 1) to provide excellent education to our students, residents, fellows, and the wider community of medical professionals, 2) To improve the lives of persons with neurological disorders through compassionate, state-of-the-art medical care and education, and 3) To advance the state of knowledge and develop new treatments through basic and clinical research.

The University of Toledo Department of Neurology has a dynamic faculty with multiple excellent academic sections, and is rapidly growing and expanding its clinical, educational and research programs. For more information:

The program currently includes seven epileptologists with a strong academic and educational component, as well as a 24/7 state-of-the-art EEG Laboratory. Clinical trials and other research opportunities are available.

The Multiple Sclerosis division includes neurologists and a neuroophthalmologist with expertise in evaluation and management of all types of neurologic autoimmune disorders. An infusion center is planned at the ProMedica Neurosciences Center.

The Neurovestibular Program has two neurologists with fellowship training. It is supported by a state of the art neurovestibular lab with an interdisciplinary approach to evaluation and management.

The Stroke Program is unique within the region, in regard to our commitment to providing state-of-the-art care. It includes three interventional neurologists, and offer fellowship programs in stroke and neurointervention. ProMedica Toledo Hospital is a Joint Commission Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center. 

The Headache Treatment and Research Program works with patients to understand causes and recommend appropriate treatments. Some of the treatment capabilities include infusion center and chemodenervation clinics. The clinic has onsite PT, OT, speech services, and 3T MRI.

Research has included clinical trial research and investigator initiated epidemiological, translational, and basic science research projects.                                .

The Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders program provides clinical care and implements the latest pharmacological and surgical treatments for a variety of movement disorders, including DBS and Botox treatment. The program is comprised of two fellowship trained neurologist and an experienced nurse practitioner. The program participates in multi-center clinical trials for the treatment of Parkinson's Disease and Huntington’s Disease.                           .                               

The Neuromuscular division provides state of the art management for patients with a wide variety of neuro- muscular diseases. The division has a very active EMG lab and provides a variety of other investigative services. An MDA clinic as well as other programs are available for expansion of related services. A robust set of rehabilitation facilities, affiliated with the clinical and educational programs is also available.

The Pediatric Neurology division provides comprehensive care with two additional faculty members. The candidate will play an integral part in expanding Pediatric Neurology clinical services locally and regionally as well as teaching medical students and residents.

The Department is seeking neurologists interested in evaluation and management of patients with common neurological conditions in both outpatient and inpatient settings. Individual(s) would serve as an Attending physicians on teaching inpatient services and participate in a growing Teleneurology network.

The University of Toledo is one of 14 state universities in Ohio. UT, established in 1872, became a member of the state university system in 1967. The University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

The UT College of Medicine and Life Sciences is a student- centered educational institution for those interested in becoming physicians and physician scientists. Its highly qualified faculty focus on the integration of research, education and patient care, providing students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes that are necessary to be successful in securing highly competitive residencies and preparing them to practice medicine in diverse communities and settings.

The College’s education programs demonstrate a track record of accomplishment and innovation. An innovative new curriculum was introduced in 2017 with great success. UTCOM & LS is a leader in inter-professional education and technology-enabled new approaches to medical education. In 2014, the University opened a state-of- the-art simulation center, the Inter-professional Immersive Simulation Center (IISC), with an initial emphasis on medical education. The goal is to create a new paradigm in medical education based on inter-professional team-based education incorporating immersive virtual reality environments. In addition, the IISC will serve as a hub for innovation and foster partnerships with industry to create and develop new products, processes and procedures that enhance patient care.

Academic Affiliation
The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences and ProMedica are teaming up to create a world-class academic medical center and enhance the training and education of the next generation of medicine. Spanning 50 years and encompassing a financial investment of more than $2.5 billion, the Affiliation will build a legacy model of health care that will benefit residents of our region for generations to come by

1) Creating a premier academic medical center for patients, faculty, students, residents and fellows, 2) Recruiting nationally prominent faculty and researchers to the Toledo and surrounding communities, 3) Attracting the best students in the health sciences. Learn more at:

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