Academic Neurointensivist (Cedars-Sinai Medical Center)

Academic Neurointensivist

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center


Neurocritical Care Faculty Member

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, one of the nation’s premier healthcare institutions, continues to expand its faculty in the Department of Neurology. We are currently seeking a faculty member to join our Neurocritical Care program. The successful candidate will join an exceptional peer group and contribute to enhancing a nationally recognized clinical and academic department.

Neurocritical care faculty members help to lead and enhance a multidisciplinary critical care team comprised of neurosurgeons, vascular neurologists, trauma surgeons, residents, fellows, and nurse practitioners. Eligible candidates should have completed an ACGME approved residency program in neurology as well as an approved fellowship and board certified or eligible in Neurocritical Care. Candidates should feel comfortable working in a closed-ICU model in a high volume and high acuity neurocritical care service.

Candidates must be California licensed or license eligible, and qualified for appointment at the appropriate academic rank. Each candidate should have an established track record in both clinical and investigative neurology, and have an established or exceptional potential for a clinical academic career.

Academic appointment through the Cedars-Sinai professorial series is required. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is committed to excellence in compassionate patient care, research, and community programs to improve the lives of patients. New faculty will join in implementing the department’s strategic vision and will have access to cutting edge treatment modalities, and psychosocial and educational support to patients, families, and physicians.

If you are interested in this opportunity to join an expanding neurocritical care team in a vibrant clinical and research environment, please send your CV, and a brief statement of interest to: Dr. Shouri Lahiri, c/o

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