Duke Eye Center and the Department of Ophthalmology at Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, NC is accepting applications for a highly qualified, full-time specialist in neuro-ophthalmology to join our expanding practice.
Fellowship training in neuro-ophthalmology is expected and post-fellowship work experience is preferred but not required. Candidates are required to have primary training in ophthalmology or neurology and be board eligible or certified. Faculty rank will be determined by experience and credentials.
This position requires both excellent clinical skills and a dedication to academic ophthalmology. The faculty member will be expected to engage in research and education activities.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and CV to Mike Flintosh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Primary training in ophthalmology or neurology, board-eligible or certified. Fellowship training in neuro-ophthalmology is expected, and post-fellowship work experience is preferred, but not required.
Internal Number: 1321
About Duke Eye Center
Duke Eye Center is an internationally-renowned academic medical institution dedicated to curing eye disease worldwide though excellence in research, education, and patient care. Specializing in all areas of ophthalmology, it is a top ranked program by the US News and World Report Best Hospitals survey since the survey began more than 30 years ago.
We offer a robust educational program that includes medical student education, residency and fellowship programs in all specialties, as well as a recently established optometry residency in pediatrics. We offer a host of continuing education programs for ophthalmologists and optometrists.
Our faculty hold leadership positions for national and international societies and have been recipients of some of the highest honors in the field.
Duke Eye Center is on the forefront of patient care. The Hudson Building at Duke Eye Center opened in June 2015 and became the third facility in the Duke Eye Center main-campus complex, adding to the Wadsworth Building, which opened in 1973, and the Albert Eye Research Institute (AERI), which opened in 2005. Together, the three facilities comprise 245,000 square feet of clinic and research space.... Our main campus facilities are located on the Duke University campus which allows easy collaboration with our colleagues across the university. We have 10 satellite locations with plans to expand over the next several years.
Duke Eye Center is poised to continue our rich history of innovation and translating the best science to new understanding and implementing new treatments for all eye diseases and makes Duke a leader in ophthalmology.