- University of Nebraska Medical Center, Department of Neurological Sciences
- Omaha, Nebraska
- Closing date
- May 28, 2023
- Graduate School or University
- Job Function
- Faculty Member
- Position Type
- Part Time
- Senior Level
The Department of Neurological Sciences at the University of Nebraska Medical Center invites applications for a faculty position. This researcher will provide an advanced scientific and molecular expertise in neurobiology is needed to implement neuroanatomical procedures of the ear and the brain and will be analyzed for various techniques.
Applicants must complete a Faculty application https://unmc.peopleadmin.com/postings/78951 in order to be considered.
Individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
The Department of Neurological Sciences (DONS) is comprised of clinicians, scientists, and educators who have the vision, ability, and dedication to advance neural health across the lifespan. We are leaders in patient care, research, education, and outreach, delivering innovative care to patients with the most severe and complex disorders. Our funded research includes many clinical trials and strong investigator-initiated research programs and laboratories, including Mind and Brain Health, Dynamic Imaging, and Cognition and Neuromodulation. We are also the headquarters of the Great Plains IDeA Clinical and Translational Research Network, which spans four states and nine universities and is aimed at developing new medical research and training new scholars for the public good. We continue to grow and expand through robust clinical and research programs, connections to the growing Regional Provider Network, and even into the homes of our most fragile patients through telehealth initiatives and embedded sensor technologies. We are dedicated to saving lives, relieving suffering, and reducing the terrible impact of neurological disease on our patients, families, and community.
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