Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2021 AAS Virtual Meeting
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Postdoctoral Position for Autonomic Neurophysiology
Carie R. Boychuk, Ph.D Seeking highly motivated postdoctoral fellows to engage in ongoing studies to investigate the role of vagal motor output in health and disease of cardiovascular function. We have a highly interactive and dynamic research group that evaluates autonomic circuits in an integrative fashion by testing outcomes at the level of individual cell, cell network, and whole-animal physiology.
NIH Sponsored Postdoctoral Position
Craig Crandall An NIH funded postdoctoral research fellowship is available to study: a) thermoregulatory responses in burn survivors and b) aging and cardiovascular responses to simulated heat wave conditions.
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Dr. Heather Edgell There is an opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow, starting late Fall 2021 in the laboratory of Dr. Heather Edgell at York University. Projects will include examining cardiorespiratory responses to a training protocol in ME/CFS and COVID long-haulers.
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Autonomic Disorders Fellowship
UT Southwestern UT Southwestern offers a one-year fellowship on clinical autonomic disorders accredited by UCNS. Accepting applications for 2022 or 2023 fellows. Fellows should have completed residency training in neurology or internal medicine/cardiology. Our fellowship includes abundant research opportunities and working with both neurology and cardiology based autonomic clinics..
UCNS Accredited Clinical Fellowship in Autonomic Disorders at the NIH
Division of Intramural Research, NINDS, NIH This program in the Autonomic Medicine Section offers a clinical fellowship that is accredited by the United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (UCNS) and trains Fellows in patient-oriented and translational research about disorders of autonomic and catecholaminergic systems. Because of the myriad roles of these systems in homeostasis, drug effects, and multi-disciplinary acute and chronic disorders of regulation, autonomic medical research requires thinking in terms of integrative physiological concepts. The clinical research consists of developing and testing diagnostic and pathophysiologic biomarkers, natural history studies, and pathophysiologically relevant therapeutic interventions. Major emphasis is on catecholaminergic deficiencies in the brain and periphery in Parkinson disease, dementia with Lewy bodies, pure autonomic failure, and other synucleinopathies evaluated by physiological, neurochemical, neuroimaging, microscopic, and genetic approaches. The translational research focuses on autotoxicity exerted by the dopamine metabolite 3,4-dihydroxyphenylacetaldehyde (DOPAL) and harmful DOPAL-induced modifications of intracellular proteins such as alpha-synuclein. The program uses a variety of clinical assessment techniques such as physiological autonomic function testing, catecholamine neurochemistry, visualization of catecholaminergic innervation by positron emission tomography (PET) scanning, and immunofluorescence confocal microscopy to examine alpha-synuclein deposition in sympathetic nerves. A recent urgent extension of the research is to autonomic/catecholaminergic functions in post-acute SARS-CoV2.
Medical Director For Autonomic Clinic With Testing Lab
Advocate Aurora Health Job Description Bring your clinical and leadership skills to our busy, outpatient-based Autonomic practice-one of only two centers in WI with an Autonomic testing laboratory. You will work directly with our experienced autonomic advanced practice clinicians, autonomic social worker, and nurse coordinator. With an established Primary Care, Cardiology and Endocrinology referral base you will have an opportunity to provide care for adolescents and adults as desired. The patient base is established through referrals from within the system and our program has increasing success in attracting patients from competing healthcare systems. Our program is fully integrated with the neuroscience service line, which maximizes resource allocation and consolidates call coverage while creating an assimilated network of specialists for even the most complex conditions.
Vanderbilt Clinical Fellowship in Autonomic Disorders
Vanderbilt The Vanderbilt Autonomic Dysfunction Center located in Nashville, TN. The program involved a one year, intensive-clinical training at Vanderbilt Autonomic Dysfunction and two years of intensive patient-oriented clinical research training.
1) Clinician Pathway: Physician Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Neurology or others
2) Research Pathway: Foreign Medical Graduate, ECFMG-certificate.
Phillips Lab - Hemodynamic neuroprosthetics - all positions
University of Calgary - RESTORE.network We welcome applications from all levels of trainees. Clinical and preclinical (animal) positions are available.
Mayo Clinic Autonomic Disorders Fellowship
Mayo Clinic UCNS-certified Autonomic Disorders fellowship incorporating clinical, laboratory and research training. Research fellowship positions are also available.
Honor Health Phoenix Arizona based neurology department seeking autonomic expert to run the autonomic lab and develop multi disciplinary clinics.
Metrodora Institute The Metrodora Institute is looking for an autonomic neurologist to join our visionary team in Salt Lake City, Utah. Our mission is to revolutionize the diagnosis, treatment, and care of patients with neuroimmune disorders by seamlessly integrating care across multiple specialties.
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