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Recruitment/relocation incentive may be authorized
The Division of neurosurgery at the VA Boston Health Care System (VABHCS) affiliated with the Department of Neurosurgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) is seeking an academic neurosurgeon with expertise in spine surgery. Candidates must have an outstanding academic record with evidence of teaching, research and publications in the fields of neurosurgery/spine surgery.
Operating room equipped with digital C-arm and navigation system.
Candidates must have an MD or equivalent degree and be a US citizen. BE/BC in Neurosurgery. Fellowship training in spine surgery is preferred. Credentials should allow for appointment at the level of instructor/assistant professor Harvard Medical School (HMS).
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