Neuroimaging Faculty Opening -Oregon Health and Science University Movement Disorders Program

Portland, Oregon
Mar 08, 2023
Apr 08, 2023
Academia, Research

Neuroimaging Faculty Opening

Oregon Health and Science University Movement Disorders Program

The OHSU Parkinson’s Center is seeking candidates for an Assistant or Associate Professor position. Applicants must have MD and/or PhD degree, and successful track record of research employing neuroimaging techniques to study neurodegenerative movement disorders. Potential experience could include structural or functional MRI, PET, or SPECT approaches. Experience with clinical and/or translational studies, ability to run an independent research program, and a strong record of publication and of obtaining extramural funding are desired.

OHSU’s Advanced Imaging Research Center contains a variety of MR instrumentation, including two Siemens 3 Tesla Prisma scanner, a Siemens Magnetom 7 Telsa scanner and a Bruker 11.75 Tesla small bore animal system. The Center for Radiochemistry Research has an on campus cyclotron capable of generating short-lived radionuclides (including: 11C, 13N, 15O, 18F, 89Zr) and dedicated PET/CT, SPECT/CT and PET/MRI capabilities.

OHSU is the state’s only academic health center, serving more than a quarter of a million patients each year. The OHSU Parkinson Center was founded in 1979 and has become the premier center for Parkinson Disease and movement disorder care in the Pacific Northwest. We are designated as a Center of Excellence by the Parkinson’s Foundation, the Lewy Body Dementia Association, the Huntington’s Disease Society of America, and are a CurePSP Center of Care. These designations recognize our high-quality, team-based care and our commitment to research.


Send cover letter and CV to:

Joseph Quinn, MD, Director,

OHSU Parkinson Center, Mail code: OP-32, 3181

S.W. Sam Jackson Park Road,

Portland, Oregon 97239-3098,

or by email to