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The Department of Radiology at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC) seeks outstanding faculty candidates for positions as tenure track or clinical track assistant professor in the Division of Neuroradiology. Candidates are expected to have strong clinical expertise in all aspects of neuroradiology including image-guided procedures, and will be expected to pursue further subspecialty clinical and research excellence within the field of neuroradiology. At minimum, facility with image-guided pain management procedures, lumbar punctures, and biopsies is desired.
Our Department is comprised of over 68 academically and clinically active faculty members. The Neuroradiology Division is currently comprised of 9 individuals, with subspecialty designations of Neuro-oncologic Imaging, Spinal Imaging & Intervention, and Head & Neck Imaging, though clinical duties encompass all neuroradiologic subspecialties. We have research excellence in neuroimaging, artificial intelligence, molecular and translational imaging, magnetic resonance imaging, and biomedical imaging, with 3 of the Neuroradiology Division faculty holding PhDs in imaging-related fields.
To receive full consideration, candidates should apply with the link below and upload application materials: a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research and teaching interests and contact information for suggested references.
For further inquiries, contact Dr. Paul Kim, Director Neuroradiology Section at Paul.Kim@med.usc.edu
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