Faculty Position for Physician Specialist in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)
The Institute on Development and Disability (IDD) of the Department of Pediatrics is seeking qualified candidates who are board eligible or certified in neurodevelopmental disabilities at the rank of Assistant to Associate Professor. Successful candidates will have strong interest and demonstrated commitment to being successful clinician scholars in serving children and youth with a broad range of neurodevelopmental disabilities. We also are seeking candidates who have the interest and potential to assume greater leadership responsibilities in service and teaching.
IDD consists of 104 faculty and over 200 employees within the Department of Pediatrics at OHSU. The Division of Developmental Pediatrics includes nine faculty members board certified in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities, Child Neurology, or Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. There is a full range of disciplines including: Psychology, Speech Language Pathology, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Nursing, and Social Work. Extensive interdisciplinary programs serve children, youth, and adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities and birth anomalies. OHSU’s Genetics and Metabolism programs are contained within IDD. IDD also serves as Oregon’s Title V program for children and youth with complex special health needs.
IDD is one of 67 University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDDs), and has had a longstanding commitment to training the next generation of leaders. IDD’s training efforts include the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) program, and accredited residency programs in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities, Pediatric Physical Therapy, and Pediatric Occupational Therapy, and psychology internship and post-doctoral training programs.
IDD research programs address key areas in the disability field including augmentative and alternative communication, basic and applied research in speech and language processing, autism, cerebral palsy, educational needs of children and adults with severe disabilities, psychosocial interventions for children with chronic medical conditions, diagnostic processes for individuals with disabilities, medical-behavioral links among children with specific conditions, pediatric pain, health disparities, and public health. Historically, grant funding has ranged between $8 - $10 million annually.
Inquiries should be directed to:
David Kube, MD Associate Professor, Developmental Pediatrics Program Director, Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Residency Program Clinical Director, IDD Ambulatory Services Oregon Health & Science University E-mail: email@example.com Phone: 503-494-0102
Additional Salary Information: Salary is negotiable
The Institute on Development & Disability within the Department of Pediatrics at Oregon Health and Science University is seeking qualified candidates who are board eligible or certified in neurodevelopmental disabilities at the rank of Assistant to Associate Professor. Successful candidates will have strong interest and demonstrated commitment to being successful clinician scholars in serving children and youth with a broad range of neurodevelopmental disabilities.