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Thank you for considering IMSMP for your next career opportunity. If you enjoy working in a challenging and fulfilling, patient-care environment where teamwork is critical to the success of the operation, IMSMP is the place for you. We offer many exciting and rewarding careers for staff members to blaze their own trail of success. Please call Human Resources at (212) 265-8070, to learn more about our current openings.
The Tisch Multiple Sclerosis Research Center of New York offers a two-year clinical fellowship program for physicians who wish to pursue further training following neurology residency. The fellow will obtain comprehensive clinical training in MS management as well as have the opportunity to perform clinical and translational research. The Tisch MS Center adjoins its' clinical partner, the International Multiple Sclerosis Management Practice (IMSMP), and both are directed by Dr. Saud A. Sadiq. The IMSMP is devoted to achieving outstanding MS care through proactive, immunological treatment, comprehensive symptom management, and translational research in collaboration with Tisch MS. The practice has a full array of on-site symptom management clinics including: intrathecal pump management, pain, urology, physical therapy, cognition, and naturopathic medicine. There is an on-site infusion suite and an MRI facility with two 3-Tesla magnets. In the 34,000 square foot laboratory, six PhD's conduct a wide array of research including CSF biomarkers, stem cell treatment, and MS immunology. The physical proximity and daily interaction between the MD's and PhD's provide fellows an unparalleled opportunity to pursue a variety of both clinical and research interests.
Our career opportunities are for leaders who share the belief that innovation, commitment to excellence, and uncompromising quality are critical to success.
The IMSMP is an Equal Opportunity Employer, supporting a diverse work environment that fosters communication and involvement, while providing reward and recognition for team and individual achievement. All qualified individuals seeking job opportunities with the International Multiple Sclerosis Management Practice will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, physical impairment or national origin.