The University of Utah seeks BE/BC cardiologist to lead the cardiac MRI and CT imaging program, which is jointly operated by the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine and the Department of Radiology. Preference will be given to candidates with one or more years of post-fellowship experience whose specialized expertise complements that of the Cardiovascular Medicine Division. Applicants should have an interest in an academic career, including teaching, clinical care, research, and other scholarly activities.
Applicants must possess an MD, must be ABIM board certified or board eligible in Cardiovascular Medicine, and must be eligible for medical licensure in the State of Utah. Candidates must be thoroughly trained in general and non-invasive cardiovascular medicine, cardiac imaging, and noninvasive testing, including: cardiac MRI and CT, nuclear imaging, and echocardiography. Clinical or translational imaging-related cardiovascular research interests are necessary and a substantial effort should be committed to this effort. Collaborative research activities with the Utah Center for Advanced Imaging Research (http://medicine.utah.edu/ucair/) will be supported. The job will focus on cardiovascular imaging although the duties of the position may include in- and outpatient clinical activities. Applicants must also be qualified to serve in the affiliated Veterans Administration Medical Center. Rank and Track will be commensurate with qualifications. Recruitment is ongoing until a suitable candidate is identified or the search is closed.
The University of Utah has state-of-the-art imaging labs and excellent support staff in a vibrant academic setting. The outpatient settings include the University of Utah Cardiovascular Center, community clinics, and outreach locations. Inpatient services are provided at the University Hospital and Veteran’s Administration Hospital.
To apply, please submit a Curriculum Vitae and letter of interest here: http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/43588
Inquires or requests for additional information about this opportunity may be sent to: James C. Fang, MD, Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine c/o Katie Goodyear, University of Utah, 30 North 1900 East, 4A100, Salt Lake City, UT 84132; firstname.lastname@example.org.
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