Duke Eye Center A Service of Duke University Health System
The Duke Eye Center of the Duke University Health System and the Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina are accepting applications for a highly qualified, full-time neuro-ophthalmologist. Candidates must have successfully completed a fully accredited ophthalmology or neurology residency training program and be American Board of Ophthalmology or Neurology certified, followed by fellowship in neuro-ophthalmology.
This position requires excellent clinical acumen and adept surgical skills as well as a dedication to academic ophthalmology. The full time faculty member will be expected to build a busy adult neuro-ophthalmology practice, engage in teaching medical students, residents, and fellows, and be involved in clinical or basic science research activities. Post-fellowship work experience in adult neuro-ophthalmology is preferred but not required. Experience and credentials will determine faculty rank.
Duke is located in Durham, North Carolina (http://www.durham-nc.com/), a creative, innovative community that is a nexus for learning, research, and industry. Durham was listed as one of the best places to live by Travel and Leisure Magazine in 2017 because of the numerous cultural, culinary, and outdoor activities offered in the area. Durham is part of the larger Research Triangle area that includes the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University, numerous biotechnology, government, and other enterprises.
Interested candidates should apply with CV and letter of interest via the APPLY link below:
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