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- To begin August 2018, subject to position clearance and availability of funds; renewable subject to performance and/or availability of funds, may increase FTE if count becomes available.
- Teaching duties include neuroanatomy instruction in the medical student neurology (MD6) block including lectures and laboratory activities.
- Instruction will be implemented, in part, within a problem-based learning (PBL) format.
- Duties will also include serving as a resource person for case content and development for medical students.
- Provide didactic lectures and neuroanatomy laboratory instruction for medical students.
- Serve as an academic advisor to students.
- Participate in curriculum development activities including the development of curricular materials and special instructional methods.
- Other instructional, service, and scholarly duties as assigned.
- MD and/or PhD in Biomedical Sciences.
- Demonstrated ability to serve as a Neuroanatomy Instructor with evidence of positive student evaluations.
- Evidence of an ability to dissect the human brain in a systematic fashion within the context of a cadaver-based Human Gross Anatomy course.
- Experience instructing Neuroanatomy with laboratory experience.
- Poise and good address for meeting and conferring with others.
- Experience mentoring medical students.
- Comprehensive knowledge of neurology and neurological physical examination procedures.
- Ability to incorporate case relevant information into PBL cases, lectures and laboratory activities for medical students.
- Evidence of working with students of diverse ethnic and disadvantaged backgrounds.
- Takashi Matsui, MD, PhD; 808-692-1554
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