Michigan Medicine’s Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Department, recently rated 1 st in the nation in the August edition of U.S. News & World Report, announces the availability of a twelve-month post-doctoral Audiology Fellowship with a focus on Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring (IOM) beginning in June, 2020. This is a salaried position with full medical benefits. There is some potential for the Fellow to become a permanent employee in the Department at the end of the Fellowship.
The IOM Fellow participates in preoperative, perioperative and postoperative evaluations of patients scheduled for otologic, head and neck, neurologic and selected other surgical inpatient and outpatient procedures that require cranial nerve monitoring. Audiologists monitor more than 700 surgical procedures each year using sensory and motor evoked potentials and electromyography for patients with conditions like acoustic neuroma, chronic ear disease, trigeminal neuralgia, head and neck cancer, congenital hearing loss requiring cochlear implantation etc.
Candidates must possess a graduate degree in Audiology from an accredited institution and be licensed as an audiologist in Michigan prior to beginning the position. Demonstrated clinical experience in clinical neurophysiology is a plus. The Fellow will work in Audiology (co-directed by Paul Kileny, Ph.D. and Bruce Edwards, Au.D.) with clinicians who assess and manage over 18,000 patients annually. The selected candidate may participate in clinical research endeavors during the Fellowship.
Interested candidates should use the UMHS online application process (link and job number below).
Audiology graduate degree
State of Michigan Audiology license
Michigan Medicine provider credentialing
Clinical experience should include diagnostic audiology, auditory electrophysiology, hearing aids.
Collaborate on a team that includes audiologists, support personnel, physicians and nurses while being led by standardized policies and procedures.
Coursework and experience in clinical neurophysiologic measurement and interpretation
Some experience or knowledge regarding intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring
Experience with electronic medical records and audiometric software systems
Internal Number: 179551
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University of Michigan Medicine, Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
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