Open Rank - Interventional Radiologist

University Of Illinois At Chicago Chicago , IL 60602

Posted 3 weeks ago

Department:

COM / Radiology

Category:

Faculty

Location:

Chicago

Close Date:

07/06/2022

Description:

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University of Illinois College of Medicine/University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System Department of Radiology, Division of Interventional Radiology

The University of Illinois College of Medicine/University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System Department of Radiology seeks candidates for an open-rank faculty position in Interventional Radiology (IR).

Qualified applicants must have MD degree in an appropriate field, and possess medical license. Qualified applicants must also be certified (or eligible if a recent graduate) by the American Board of Radiology with an ABR specialty certificate in Interventional/Diagnostic Radiology. Applicants must be fellowship trained and board certified in radiology with extensive experience in all aspects of diagnostic radiology.

Principal duties include participation in patient care; involvement in the formal education of trainees; supervision of residents and medical students; and active research. Candidates with a history of successful clinical practice development, participation in educational programs, and performance of research resulting in grants and/or publications are encouraged to apply for this position.

The Division of Interventional Radiology is active in all types of image-guided procedures at University of Illinois Hospital, a 462-licenced bed, tertiary care medical and surgical facility with over 600 active physicians. There are 4 dedicated IR procedure rooms, and the division is involved with all angiographic, ultrasound, and computed tomography-guided interventions.

There are 5 full-time faculty members with varying degrees of academic and leadership duties, as well as two IR nurse practitioners and one dedicated IR coordinator. IR has its own admitting service and clinic. The Department of Radiology supports an ACGME approved IR-DR residency, with 2 trainees per year. Education is also provided to the Diagnostic Radiology residency, which has approximately 32 residents, and is approved for Early Specialization in IR (ESIR). The Department of Radiology has a generous package including protected research time for funded investigators.

Academic rank depends on experience and qualifications. The UIC College of Medicine is the country's second largest Medical School and the Department of Radiology is one of the larger residency programs in the Midwest. Although not mandatory, applicants with past or active research funding are invited to apply; the Department offers a very generous package, including protected research time, for funded investigators.

Candidate must have MD degree in an appropriate field, must possess medical license in Illinois, Candidate must also be Board certified or eligible. Applicants must be fellowship trained and board certified in radiology with extensive experience in all aspects of diagnostic radiology.

This appointment is a full time FTE position. For fullest consideration, please apply with an updated CV and cover letter by July 6, 2022 at https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=163133. The University of Illinois is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer offering competitive salary and benefits package.

Duties:

Principal duties include participation in patient care; involvement in the formal education of trainees; supervision of residents and medical students; and active research. Candidates with a history of successful clinical practice development, participation in educational programs, and performance of research resulting in grants and/or publications are encouraged to apply for this position.

Qualifications:

Qualified applicants must have MD degree in an appropriate field, and possess a medical license. Qualified applicants must also be certified (or eligible if a recent graduate) by the American Board of Radiology with an ABR specialty certificate in Interventional/Diagnostic Radiology. Applicants must be fellowship trained and board certified in radiology with extensive experience in all aspects of diagnostic radiology.



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