Director, Center for Alzheimer Disease and Related Disorders (Physicia
Company: Jordan Search Consultants
Posted on: September 17, 2020
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (SIUSOM) is
seeking an accomplished clinician scientist or scientist to become
Director of our Center for Alzheimer's Disease and Related
Disorders (CADRD). This tenured/tenure track position will also
hold the Kenneth Stark Endowed Chair in Alzheimer's Disease
Research. Neurologists, geriatricians, psychiatrists,
neuropsychologists, neuroscientists and others with an advanced
degree and commensurate experience and skills are invited to apply.
Southern Illinois University offers a dynamic, challenging, busy
and satisfying position within the School of Medicine.
The CADRD is funded by a large annual grant of $1.5 million from
the State of Illinois as well as academic support from the school
and Memorial Medical Center. The Center has an outreach network of
32 hospitals or clinics throughout Illinois, a brain bank and
autopsy program, a neuropsychology program, a robust clinical
trials program, dedicated wet lab space, equipment and personnel,
core laboratory facilities, the SIU Center for Clinical Research
and specialty clinics for the treatment of Alzheimer disease and
other degenerative dementias. Five faculty and two midlevel
providers are actively engaged in clinical care, clinical trials
and basic research related to Alzheimer's disease with federal,
state and foundation funding in excess of $7 million. At least one
additional faculty position beyond this one is available for the
center. CADRD is in the SIU Neuroscience Institute, which is
comprised of the departments of Neurology and Psychiatry and the
divisions of Neurosurgery, PM&R and Psychology, offering
opportunities for multi-disciplinary care and research
SIU School of Medicine has recently celebrated its 45th anniversary
and has received national and international recognition for
innovation in medical education. Two major 500 bed academic medical
facilities serve the community and are teaching sites for SIU
School of Medicine.
Highlights of the position and area include:
- Developing a new vision and strategy for the CADRD, resulting
in re-organization and development in all areas of administration,
outreach, teaching, research and medical services, using the state
grant to leverage growth in the research and clinical
- CADRD resides in the midst of a large rural area, providing
opportunities to explore technology, improve access, enhance care
and engage in clinical research amongst an oft-neglected segment of
- A competitive salary, excellent benefits package, laboratory
space and research support with 10% clinical effort (if
- Working with School of Medicine Development office to grow
philanthropic giving for the CADRD.
- Direct a research plan to include allocation of resources,
submitting grants to and obtaining grants from external, private,
state and/or federal agencies.
- Interact with the Illinois legislature and departments of
Public Health, Aging, Education and Public Aid to develop
strategies and collaborative efforts that will advance the aims of
- Opportunity to develop and participate in regional dementia
research consortium involving academic centers in Illinois, Indiana
- Family oriented communities, excellent schools and very
- Easy access to metropolitan amenities in Chicago and St.
Illinois licensure is required prior to employment.
For full consideration: A letter of interest and current curriculum
vitae should be directed to the executive search firm, Jordan
Search Consultants c/o Kathy Jordan at [Click Here to Apply] or
call: [Click Here to Apply] .
Review of applications will continue through August 30, 2019 or
until the position is filled. Keyphrases: medical faculty jobs,
medical research jobs, biostatistics faculty jobs
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