Essential Functions: Conduct research on neurologic diseases including epilepsy related disorders. Participate in the educational programs for Neurology residents, fellows, and students. Participate in conferences and seminars of the Department of Neurology. Perform other work related duties as assigned by Chair or his designee.
Qualifications: M.D. or D.O. degree required. Rank Commensurate with credentials.Valid Michigan medical license. Board certified or eligible in Neurology. Fellowship in clinical neurophysiology with emphasis on epilepsy. Experience in epilepsy monitoring and surgical epilepsy required.
Internal Number: 76_205172
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