McGovern Medical School at UTHealth: Assistant Professor – Neuromuscular

McGovern Medical School at UTHealth Houston (, Department of Neurology (,  is seeking is seeking a Neurologist, Assistant Professor, Non tenure track, in our clinical division of Neuromuscular Disorders. The candidate will join a busy and growing subspecialty practice, and be part of a dynamic department with all neurologic subspecialties represented.  Besides busy outpatient practice we have strong programs in electrophysiology and neuromuscular pathology. The group also participates in clinical trials and there is ongoing translational research efforts in inflammatory/autoimmune neuromuscular conditions.  We offer an academic environment with ample opportunities for teaching medical students, residents, and fellows.  The primary responsibility will be outpatient clinical care of patients with neuromuscular disorders.  Involvement in research, teaching, or inpatient care is available depending on the interests and background of the candidate. 

Position Key Accountabilities:
Clinical responsibilities would include up to five days of clinic a week. Teaching opportunities are available. The position is affiliated with the McGovern Medical School, the 6th largest medical school in the nation, a robust Neurology residency program and an ACGME-accredited Neurophysiology/EMG Fellowship program.

Minimum Qualifications:
Candidates must be graduate of an ACGME-accredited neurology residency and completed a relevant fellowship, with active board-certifications and be licensed in the state of Texas (or eligible to be licensed). 

Please visit the following link to apply: (search 23000229)

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