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We are seeking a candidate to fill a full-time academic position in the Division of Neonatology at the level of Associate (non-tenure track), Assistant Professor (non-tenure clinical track) or Associate Professor (non-tenure clinical track) to practice with two other full-time neonatologists at an affiliated Level II+ NICU in Davenport, Iowa and function as an integral member of the Division, participating in clinical research and teaching as well as patient care.
The successful applicants will join a division of 14 faculty neonatologists with an active fellowship program.
In 2011, the UI Department of Pediatrics ranked among all medical college departments in National Institutes of Health funding for pediatric research. The University of Iowa Children’s Hospital is a top-ranked 190-bed hospital within a hospital on the UI Health Care Campus, including 40 pediatric specialties; 140 pediatric physicians; 400 specialty trained pediatric nurses.
The stimulating community boasts outstanding schools, abundant entertainment, Big Ten collegiate spectator sports, easily accessible outdoor activities, low crime rate and an emphasis on high quality of life. Both the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital and the Carver College of Medicine have pursued vigorous building programs in recent years, and the facilities for patient-care, education, and research are outstanding.
To learn more about the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital and the Iowa City community, please visit http://www.uihealthcare.com/depts/uichildrenshospital/index.html. For more information, individuals may contact Jeffrey Segar, MD, Professor and Director, Division of Neonatology, Jeffrey-Segar@uiowa.edu.
Must Hold MD or MD, Ph.D.
Board certified in Pediatrics, board certified (or within 3 years of fellowship and board eligible) in neonatal-perinatal medicine.
Demonstrated strong oral and written interpersonal and communication skills, ability to develop and implement new programs, mentoring skills and evidence of scholarly investigation. Experience in education of trainees and nurses, clinical research and data analysis, and evidence of leadership skills.
The University of Iowa - 20 months ago
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