Department of Clinical Neurosciences
Congrats to Dr. Rajiv Midha who, along with Dr. Keith Sharkey and Dr. Lynn McIntyre, were recently inducted into the prestigious Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS).
“(The three inductees) have made pivotal contributions in health research in their work at the University of Calgary," says Ed McCauley, vice-president (research), "and now as members of the CAHS, they will extend their leadership as they join some of the best minds in the academic health sciences in Canada to offer informed and unbiased assessments of urgent issues affecting the health of all Canadians.”
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Academic General Neurologist A neurologist whose primary clinical interest is in general neurology with an additional experience, interest and/or training in an academic area such as research, education and/or quality improvement. Applicants must have demonstrated a strong interest and training in an academic area with a value added component for the General Neurology program. The successful candidate will become a member of the Division of Neurology Academic Alternative Relationship Plan. The successful applicant will be expected to have an academic appointment with the University of Calgary, Cumming School of Medicine, and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences.
Clinical General Neurologists: A variety of options are available for general neurologists with an interest in practice in an academic environment. Please contact us for guidance in determining if Calgary is a good fit for your clinical interests.
General Neurology Locums: Outpatient and inpatient 9-12 month general neurology locum positions are also available beginning in April 2016.
Please click here for details about these positions and others in the Department of Clinical Neurosciences.
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