THE DIVISION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
In the Department of Internal Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) is recruiting a full-time faculty to serve as Division Chief. Qualified candidates will have credentials and experience at the level of an Associate Professor or Professor. The successful candidate will be a physician-educator or physician-scientist with a well-established history of academic commitment and mentorship. He/She will promote education and research collaborations across the institution and community, attract and develop diverse and qualified faculty, oversee clinical and administrative activities of the Division, and enhance the education of medical students, residents, and fellows. The EVMS Division of Infectious Diseases is well established and highly respected in the region with renowned faculty members, highly skilled Advanced Practice Clinicians (APCs), and a robust fellowship training program. The faculty are engaged in a diverse outpatient infectious diseases practice including HIV care, supported by Ryan White part A, B, and C programs. The Division Chief will also have the opportunity to serve as PI of the Ryan White grants. Inpatient consultations are provided at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, our affiliated quaternary care 525-bed acute care hospital to all medical and surgical specialties including busy heart Pre-Transplant/Transplant and Renal Transplant services. The division members have a major role in the development and teaching of integrated microbiology curriculum for M1 and M2 medical students. In addition, we provide classroom and bedside teaching for M3, M4, and PA students. Research programs include NIH funded translational and epidemiology/surveillance projects. The division members are consistently engaged in many other academic activities including IRB approved prospective research projects, major scholarly contributions to Infectious Diseases literature, IDSA organizational/educational activities, and national/international collaborations. There are great opportunities for innovative, educational, as well as translational or basic research at EVMS. An attractive competitive salary and startup package is available for protected time. Newly remodeled clinic and office space will be available and laboratory space can be provided as needed for translational research. EVMS is located in the historic port city of Norfolk, which is centrally located in the 1.8 million person Hampton Roads area on the Chesapeake Bay, a short drive from the Virginia Beach oceanfront. This area is rated nationally for best places to raise a family. Forward CV and letter of interest to: http://www.evms.edu/about_evms/administrative_offices/human_resources/jobs/. EVMS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer of Minorities, Females, Individuals with Disabilities, Protected Veterans, and Drug and Tobacco Free workplace.