The Department of Medicine, under new leadership with committed resources available to build and expand its academic and research missions, is seeking a Chief for the Division of Endocrinology. This is a rare opportunity to build your own program and team, and architect a world-class Endocrinology Division that can support The University of Toledo Medical Center's growth objectives. The successful candidate must have superior leadership skills, well-developed clinical and scientific interests, and board certification by ABIM in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology. Priority will be given to candidates with current or previous NIH funding and alternative funding for research. It is critically important that candidates have the ability to recruit endocrinologists to expand the clinical, research, and teaching missions of the institution. The candidate must be able to work effectively with leadership in the Department of Medicine including the department chair, other division chiefs, department administrators, and clinic staff. The University of Toledo is Ohio's third largest public university offering more than 300 undergraduate and graduate programs in colleges of arts and sciences, business and innovation, education, engineering, health sciences, law, medicine, nursing, and pharmacy, just to name a few. Our Health Science Campus is home to the UT Medical Center, a Level 1 trauma center that treats thousands of patients yearly. It is also home to several centers of research excellence, including the Center of Endocrine and Diabetes Research (CeDER) that fosters advanced research in diabetes and obesity and their bone and cardiovascular complications. Our projects are building our major areas of focus as well as funding new initiatives that respond to national and regional needs. The university's research efforts have led to 125 patents and nearly $60 million in funding and grants. UT has more than 20,000 students, 7,000 employees, and 100,000 alumni. With numerous restaurants, indoor and outdoor malls, metroparks, and live performance venues, as well as the Toledo Museum of Art, Hollywood Casino, Toledo Mud Hens baseball, and Toledo Walleye hockey, Toledo is a bustling city that provides entertainment for all. Toledo is the fourth largest city in the state of Ohio and is centrally located to large cities, including: Ann Arbor, Michigan (one hour), Cleveland, Ohio (two hours), Columbus, Ohio (2.5 hours), Chicago, Illinois (four hours), and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (four hours). Moreover, Detroit Metro Airport is conveniently located just 45 minutes away and connects Toledo directly to most national and international destinations. Please submit your curriculum vitae to: https://Jobs.utoledo.edu. The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, inclusion, and multiculturalism. Applications from women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged. The University of Toledo offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits, and is proudly an Equal Access, Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.
University of Toledo, Department of Medicine