Cardiology - Coronary Interventionalist, University of Minnesota Physicians
The Cardiovascular Division at the University of Minnesota has growing regional and national reputation in cardiovascular clinical care and research. The Division is now recruiting a coronary interventional cardiologist. The position will be based on 80% clinical and 20% protected research effort. Our Interventionalists spend 40% of their clinical time in the cath lab with call being 1:5.
Our program was established in 1986 and our fellowship program was established in 1987; making it one of the oldest programs in the country. Our faculty plays an active role in teaching and mentoring residents in addition to our interventional and structural fellows. Our skilled and dedicated physicians have established clinical programs and conducted research that have kept the University of Minnesota at the forefront of clinical and technical advancements in interventional cardiology for decades; benefiting many patients in Minnesota and beyond.
Qualified candidates will have expertise in general clinical cardiology and advanced training and expertise in coronary and peripheral interventions. Successful candidates will have proven experience in supporting medicine post-graduate fellowship training, a publication track record of successful research, and experience and knowledge in grant submissions for external funding. Applicants must have US citizenship or the ability to receive work authorization in the United States.
For more information regarding this position, please contact our recruiting partner Lynne Peterson: 612-672-2285; firstname.lastname@example.org