Einstein Healthcare Network
Einstein Healthcare Network has an opening in July 2015 for a full-time position in Body Imaging. The ideal candidate should be well-versed in all facets of Body Imaging. Fellowship training in Pulmonary is preferred. This position will have major responsibility for the pulmonary curriculum for resident teaching and interaction with pulmonary/critical care medicine.
Einstein Healthcare Network is a hybrid clinical practice with resident training, education and clinical research integral to the position. We have a fully integrated web-based PACS system. Einstein Healthcare network performs approximately 370,000 exams per year. Our Residency Program is comprised of 24 residents and our faculty consists of 32 attending physicians.
Einstein Healthcare Network is a private, not-for-profit organization with several major facilities in Pennsylvania, including Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Einstein Medical Center, Elkins Park, and Einstein Medical Center, Montgomery, with a number of outpatient imaging centers. Our primary mission is to provide compassionate, high-quality healthcare to the greater Philadelphia region.
Please email your CV and cover letter to MatalonT@Einstein.edu
Cardiothoracic Imaging Faculty Position - 2015
Duke University Medical Center
The Division of Cardiothoracic Imaging at Duke University Medical Center seeks applicants for a faculty position at the Instructor, Assistant Professor, or Associate Professor level due to service expansion. The Division has nine full- or part-time faculty and three dedicated fellows per year.
The Division operates a high volume, high profile, and growing clinical practice with primary responsibilities for all adult chest radiographic, dedicated thoracic CT, lung cancer CT screening, and cardiovascular CT and MR imaging studies. The Division performs approximately 150 imaged-guided thoracic interventions annually, including pulmonary ablations.
The Division is integral to Pulmonary Medicine, Thoracic Surgery, Oncology, Interstitial Lung Disease, and Vascular Surgery multidisciplinary conferences and collaboration. In addition, the Division is productively engaged in diverse research and educational activities including mentorship, supervision and teaching of medical students, residents, and fellows.
Candidates must be ABR-eligible or ABR-certified, have completed a Diagnostic Radiology residency and Cardiothoracic fellowship, and be qualified for medical licensure in the State of North Carolina. Ideal candidates will be competent to cover all aspects of thoracic, cardiac, and vascular imaging in addition to thoracic intervention. Rank and academic track will be commensurate with candidate experience and credentials.
The Research Triangle provides a comfortable, enviable lifestyle with a moderate climate and reasonable cost of living.
Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
Interested applicants should apply to:
Jared D. Christensen, M.D.
Chief, Division of Cardiothoracic Imaging
Department of Radiology
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC 27710
Telephone: (919) 684-7218
2015 Faculty Position in Cardio-Thoracic Imaging
VCU Medical Center, Richmond, Virginia
The Department of Radiology at the VCU Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia, is seeking a full-time fellowship-trained Cardiothoracic Radiologist to join our Cardiothoracic Imaging Section in 2015. Currently, four full-time fellowship trained faculty comprise our well-established Thoracic Imaging and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging Sections. We are now seeking a fifth Cardiothoracic Imager to join our section. Our section is responsible for interpreting all conventional chest radiographs, all chest CT’s including HRCT, Lung Cancer LDCT Screens, CT Aortography, CT Pulmonary Angiography, Cardiac CTA’s, as well as Cardiac MRI and pre-ablation pulmonary vein MR studies. The section interprets approximately 90,000 chest radiographs, more than 20,000 chest CT’s/ CTA’s and over 650 cardiac MRI/MRA studies, and performs approximately 150 thoracic interventions annually. All imaging is fully digitized on a recently upgraded state-of-art McKesson PACS system. Advanced post-processing modalities including TeraRecon, Vitrea, Syngovia, WebPAX, CMR42, and hospital RIS access is readily accessible at individual 6 megapixel color monitors and workstations. PowerScribe, a flexible Web based speech recognition system, was upgraded to the latest version in February 2013. The department has newly upgraded state-of-the-art imaging equipment including 6 current MDCT scanners, and 4-1.5T MRI scanners. Members of the Cardio-Thoracic Imaging Section work in close association with the Department of Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine, Thoracic Surgery, Cardiovascular Thoracic Surgery, and Cardiology, as well as other subspecialty programs.
VCU Medical Center is one of the country’s largest and most sophisticated medical university complexes. The VCU Lung Cancer Screening Program is the first center in the state of Virginia to receive designation by the Amercian College of Radiology (ACR). Our Lung Cancer Screening Program has also been endorsed by the Lung Cancer Alliance as a center of excellence. VCU Medical Center is the region’s only Level 1 Trauma Center, houses the largest number of intensive care units in the state, services nearly 100 specialty clinics and patient care centers, has a large transplant service and artificial heart transplant program. The campus is home to the Massey Cancer Center, Virginia’s first National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center. U.S. News and World Report’s Best Hospitals edition has ranked VCU Medical Center as the No. 1 hospital in Virginia and in the Richmond metropolitan area for the last 2-years in a row.
Located in central Virginia, Richmond is a thriving Southern city located less than two hours from the Blue Ridge Mountains, Washington, D.C., and the Atlantic coast and beaches. Richmond is also a vibrant center of commerce and the arts. The city is home to a number of Fortune 500 companies and a leader in manufacturing, distribution, finance, and university education. In addition, Richmond hosts a symphony, an opera, ballet, minor league baseball team and the Washington Redskin training camp. The combination of pleasant weather, geography, culture, activities, and lifestyle make this city a wonderful place to live, raise a family, and practice medicine.
Applicants must be American Board of Radiology certified or ABR eligible in diagnostic radiology and be eligible to practice medicine in Virginia. A fellowship in thoracic and/or cardiac imaging or demonstrated competency in cardiothoracic imaging is required. Demonstrated experience working in and fostering diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU. Academic rank and tenure will depend on qualifications and experience. Interested candidates should contact Dr. Mark S. Parker, Director, Thoracic Imaging Division, email@example.com, 804-828-5064. For additional information, please visit the department’s Web site at http://www.radiology.vcu.edu/index.html.
Virginia Commonwealth University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Cardiothoracic Imaging Radiologist
University of Rochester
The Department of Imaging Sciences at University of Rochester is seeking applicants for a full-time position of Cardiothoracic Imaging Radiologist at the Assistant Professor rank. The position includes an academic appointment with the University of Rochester. Compensation will be commensurate with experience.
The ideal candidate will have demonstrated strong clinical skills, and actively participate in teaching, research, and service. You will join a collegial team of dedicated physicians and staff; who thrive in both a hospital and outpatient clinical practice that is ever evolving. The cardiothoracic imaging section is responsible for providing consultation for all facets of Cardiothoracic imaging (Plain film, CT, and MRI). Our volumes are increasing and include a wide variety of diseases. Active participation in fellow, resident, and medical student education is expected. We anticipate continued involvement in research activities with pathology, pulmonary, cardiology, and surgical partners. Interdepartmental conferences are ongoing and increasing in number.
The University of Rochester is renowned for outstanding patient care, research, and education. Our Division of Imaging Science consists of 62 radiologists focused on high quality, compassionate medical care delivered in a multi-specialty academic environment. The University of Rochester imaging facilities are state-of-the-art; major equipment includes 13 CT scanners, PET/CT scanners, 13 MRI scanners, and a PET/MRI arriving in the summer of 2015. The University offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits, including a relocation package. The University is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.
Qualified candidates must be Board certified or Board eligible in Diagnostic Radiology, have completed fellowship training in cardiothoracic imaging or have extensive experience in thoracic and cardiac imaging. Candidates must have or be eligible to obtain a New York State Medical License.
For consideration, please send inquiries and curriculum vitae to:
Susan K. Hobbs MD, PhD
Department of Imaging Sciences
Section Head, Cardiothoracic Imaging Section
University of Rochester Medical Center
601 Elmwood Avenue, PO Box 648
Rochester, NY 14642
Attending Radiologist, Cardiothoracic Imaging Section
The Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU)
Attending Radiologist, Cardiothoracic Imaging Section: The Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) Department of Diagnostic Radiology is seeking a faculty member for our Cardiothoracic Imaging Section. Appointment will be at the level of Assistant, Associate or full Professor, depending upon qualifications.
As the only academic medical center in the state of Oregon, OHSU provides a full spectrum of care to a large and diverse population, including the Knight Cancer and Knight Cardiovascular Institutes. Accordingly, the department has state of the art imaging equipment and sees patients with a wide mix of complexity and pathology. Academic activities within the section are centered on the promotion of excellence in the evidence-based application, performance, and interpretation of Cardiothoracic Imaging.
The campus offers excellent opportunities for multidisciplinary research, with a history of innovative and collaborative studies. OHSU is home to numerous specialized research centers and institutes, including one of the first Clinical and Translational Sciences Award-funded programs in the country (the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute), the Advanced Imaging Research Center (dedicated to improving medical imaging), the Knight Cancer Institute, the Dotter Interventional Institute, and the Knight Cardiovascular Institute. The Knight Cancer Institute is the only NCI-designated Cancer Center in Oregon.
Clinical responsibilities will include interpretation of all aspects of thoracic (CT/MR and radiographs) and cardiac imaging (CT and MR); as well as thoracic biopsies/aspirations. Familiarity with imaging of acquired and congenital heart diseases and imaging of minimally invasive techniques in the adult population is expected. Familiarity with cardiac imaging in the pediatric patient population would be desirable. Participation in numerous excellent weekly interdisciplinary conferences is expected. Educational responsibilities will include teaching at all levels commensurate with a large academic center, including medical student, resident and fellow training.
The ideal candidate must hold an M.D. degree, be Board certified or Board eligible in Radiology, have completed a Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship, and be eligible to obtain an Oregon Medical License. Candidates currently undertaking Fellowship training in Cardiothoracic Imaging are encouraged to apply. OHSU is committed to diversity, and applications from women and under-represented minorities are encouraged.
Please send a cover letter and CV to Steven Primack, MD, Professor and Vice-Chair, OHSU Department of Diagnostic Radiology, firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.
Academic Chest/Cardiothoracic Radiologist
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Chest/Cardiothoracic radiologist needed to join state-of-the-art thoracic radiology practice. Research opportunities and support are abundant. The Thoracic Imaging Division is composed of six subspecialty-trained faculty, who consult on difficult thoracic cases throughout the health system. Major research focuses include lung cancer, interstitial lung disease, pulmonary vein anatomy and coronary sinus imaging, myocardial stem cell transplant, and evaluation of computer aided-detection. Faculty frequently collaborate with the Departments of Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery.
The Division is centered at UPMC’s Presbyterian Hospital, a Level I Regional Resource Trauma Center, and a leading regional referral center. The hospital has been repeatedly named to the US News and World Report’s Honor Roll and is a leading center for organ transplantation, cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, critical care medicine and trauma services, and neurosurgery. Duties will be a mix of clinical, teaching, and academic. Thoracic Imaging fellowship training required; additional Cardiac Imaging Fellowship preferred. Applicants must be board certified or board eligible in radiology and eligible for licensure in Pennsylvania. Previous work experience and publication/funding history desired. Send CV and letter of interest to: Carl Fuhrman, MD, email@example.com
Cardiothoracic Radiology Job Posting
Department of Radiology, University of Michigan Medical School
The Department of Radiology is recruiting a fellowship-trained full-time cardiothoracic radiologist at the level of Instructor, Assistant or Associate Professor to join our 14 cardiothoracic radiologists and 2 cardiothoracic radiology fellows.
We perform and interpret the full gamut of cardiothoracic radiology examinations, including thoracic and cardiovascular CT and MRI, and CT-guided thoracic biopsies/drainage procedures. The division was responsible for over 130,000 examinations in the last fiscal year using state of the art digital portable/standard chest radiographic equipment with tomosynthesis capability, MRI, and CT scanners with low dose technology. Responsibilities include teaching medical students, residents, and fellows, and active engagement in research. We have many ongoing research programs, including close collaboration with the basic sciences division of our department. Our medical school has the largest group of health services researchers at our Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation.
Cardiothoracic Radiology enjoys close relationships with many disciplines including pulmonary and critical care medicine, medical and radiation oncology, cardiology and cardiac surgery, thoracic surgery, and bone marrow transplantation. Our multidisciplinary programs include interstitial lung disease, obstructive lung disease, lung transplantation, thoracic oncology, cardiac oncology, cardiomyopathy, pediatric/adult congenital heart disease, aortic disease and cardiac electrophysiology. Close collaborations with faculty in other departments provide a stimulating collegial atmosphere with numerous interdisciplinary clinical and research conferences. Academic productivity, clinical expertise and a commitment to teaching are highly valued.
M.D. or equivalent, ABR-certified or has passed the core examination and on track to take the certifying examination within 15 months of completing residency, fellowship training in cardiothoracic radiology, and the ability to obtain a medical license in the State of Michigan. Evidence of clinical competence and competence in teaching is expected.
How to apply: Qualified applicants should send their CV and a letter of interest to:
Ella A. Kazerooni, MD, MS
Director, Division of Cardiothoracic Radiology
University of Michigan Health System
1500 E. Medical Center Drive; CVC # 5582
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5868
U-M EEO/AA Statement: The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Cardiothoracic Radiologist Positions
University of Cincinnati
The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in Ohio is offering 2 full-time cardiothoracic radiology faculty positions in the Department of Radiology. The department’s cardiothoracic radiology section is expanding to five faculty members to accommodate additional volume.
Responsibilities include staffing at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center (UCMC) and other UC Health facilities. Hospitals are equipped with state-of-the-art radiography, CT, and MR equipment and support PACS and voice recognition dictation. Cardiac imaging is performed collaboratively with the division of Cardiology. UCMC is a Level 1 Trauma center and supports active multidisciplinary programs in interstitial lung disease and thoracic oncology, including CT lung cancer screening. Responsibilities will include teaching and supervision of residents, medical students and fellows. Rank and Track will be commensurate with experience and credentials of candidate.
Applicants must be ABR/AOBR certified or eligible and eligible for an Ohio medical license. Ideal candidates will be competent to cover all aspects of cardiac and thoracic imaging. B-reader certification and fellowship training in cardiothoracic radiology are desirable.
To apply, please go to www.jobsatuc.com and search for position number (214UC0566).
The University of Cincinnati is an AA/EOE/ADA employer. Women, People of Color, persons with disabilities, and Vietnam-era and disabled veterans are encouraged to apply. The University of Cincinnati is a smoke-free environment.
Cleveland Clinic invites highly qualified Board Eligible/Certified Thoracic Radiologists to join the Imaging Institute as we define the future for the delivery of radiological care. We seek to expand our current staff of 8 thoracic imagers. Cleveland Clinic, an internationally renowned subspecialty medical center located in Cleveland, OH, is composed of a 1300-bed hospital, ambulatory care facilities, and the Lerner Research Institute. Cleveland Clinic Health System currently encompasses 8 community hospitals and 18 family health centers within the Cleveland metropolitan area.
Over 2.1 million radiological examinations are performed annually system-wide. At the main campus, the Imaging Institute is committed to sub-specialty care where over 170,000 chest imaging exams are performed each year in the Section of Thoracic Imaging including 20,000 thoracic CT scans and over 600 chest biopsies. There are multiple state-of-the-art MRI and CT scanners including those with the latest 64-slice technology. All chest radiographs are acquired digitally, and all imaging is reviewed on PACS workstations.
We have an accredited thoracic imaging fellowship program, and there is a fully-accredited Diagnostic Radiology residency program with a total of 32 residents. A 1-month medical student clerkship is offered, and approximately 50 medical students rotate through the department each year. The Radiology Institute is affiliated with the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and a genuine interest in education and research are a prerequisite.
Staff candidates should have completed at least 1-year specialty training in thoracic imaging. The position commands a highly competitive salary ranking among academic institutions. This is enhanced by an attractive benefits package and a collegial work environment.
The same vitality that charges Cleveland Clinic extends to almost every aspect of life in Greater Cleveland. The melting-pot culture that has helped establish Cleveland as a vibrant and versatile metropolitan area adds a unique flair to the lifestyle here. The Cleveland area is a very comfortable and affordable place to live with a variety of available activities, good school systems, and a great place to raise a family.
Interested candidates should submit an application online by going to www.clevelandclinic.org and go to Cleveland Clinic Careers and search under Physician Opportunities.
We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer
Smoke/drug free environment
Radiologist, Assistant Professor, Thoracic Imaging
University of Colorado School of Medicine - Anschutz Medical Campus
The University of Colorado Denver, Department of Radiology, is seeking a board certified Radiologist with fellowship training in Cardiothoracic Imaging to join us at our spectacular 227-acre world class Anschutz Medical Campus located on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. State of the art clinical, research, and educational facilities provide the foundation for the development of a successful academic career. We are recruiting at all academic ranks with position based upon experience and background.
The successful recruit will be required to participate in all aspects of our busy clinical practice and to excel in several of our other primary missions: education, research, and service. The Cardiothoracic Imaging Section is responsible for providing clinical imaging services for all facets of Thoracic and Cardiac imaging (plain film, CT and MRI). There is a high volume of thoracic oncology and lung transplantation imaging, a moderate volume of interstitial lung disease and a mix of general thoracic imaging. Cardiac CT and MRI volumes are growing steadily. Participation in and collaboration through interdisciplinary conferences is ongoing. Active participation in fellow, resident and medical student education is expected. The section participates in a highly regarded joint fellowship with National Jewish Health. Participation in scholarly activity is required, and the section has developed a team based approach to this, supported by a robust departmental research infrastructure. We strongly encourage applicants with post fellowship experience as a Cardiothoracic Imager and an interest in developing a successful academic career to apply.
The University of Colorado offers a full benefits package. Information on University benefits programs, including eligibility, is located at www.cusys.edu/pbs. The University of Colorado is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.
Desired Skills & Experience:
Applicants must hold an M.D. degree, be Board certified or Board eligible in Radiology, be eligible to obtain a Colorado Medical License, have completed a Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship or have extensive experience in Thoracic and Cardiac Imaging. Compensation and rank will be commensurate with skills and experience.
Applications are accepted electronically at:
Applications will need to include a Letter of Interest, current CV, and 3 letters of reference. If confidentiality of this application is requested, please designate in the Letter of Interest.
Fellowship Trained Thoracic Radiologist
Hahnemann University Hospital
Hahnemann University Hospital is seeking a fellowship trained Thoracic Radiologist with a strong interest in teaching. Don’t miss this opportunity to join an established Academic Medical Center group practice. A large group offers very lifestyle friendly call rotation. Hahnemann offers a collegial Radiology department that lends itself to a wide variety of services and interactions in the world renowned Philadelphia healthcare market.
- Candidates must be Board certified in Radiology with fellowship training in Thoracic Radiology or related experience
- Candidates must be committed to teaching residents and preparing teaching conferences
- Experience in academic medical center preferred
- Experience in cardiac MRI preferred
- Position is approximately 70% thoracic imaging and 30% other areas, with great flexibility to interpret some MSK, mammography, body CT, Ultrasound and other specialties
- Interested candidates have the ability to branch out and maintain all skills and training
Pleasant work environment
- Collaborate with clinical colleagues in Cardiology, Pulmonary, Infectious Disease, Pathology and
- Radiation Oncology
- Position offers base salary plus a comprehensive benefit package
- Facility has full complement of state of the art equipment, including MRI, CT, Ultrasound, Digital
Mammogram, X-Ray, PET (mobile), radiation dose monitoring and lung nodule detection
software with 3D capability for CT
- Hahnemann Hospital has earned and maintained every accreditation from the American College of Radiology (ACR)
- Hahnemann is a Level I Trauma Center in Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia, PA is one of the country’s most historical cities. Home of Benjamin Franklin and Betsy Ross, the city offers attractions and events which bring visitors from all over the world. It is centrally located between many suburbs and lovely cities. The schools and universities are some of the finest in the country. Vacation destinations such as Atlantic City, New Jersey shore points and the Pocono Mountains are very accessible.
Interested candidates please send current CV to:
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Radiologist, Section Chief of Thoracic Imaging
University of Colorado School of Medicine - Anschutz Medical Campus
The Department of Radiology at University of Colorado Denver is seeking applicants for Section Chief of Thoracic Imaging. Candidates should have well developed academic careers with strong credentials in clinical care, education and research as well as mature leadership experience. We are recruiting at the Associate and Full Professor ranks, with the position based upon experience and background.
The section has a strong regional and growing national reputation and is currently composed of 4 radiologists. It performs the full range of both thoracic and cardiac imaging including radiography, CT and MR. There is a Cardiothoracic Imaging fellowship jointly administered with National Jewish Health. There is extensive departmental and institutional support to achieve the clinical, teaching and research missions of the division.
The Section Chief’s duties will include continued direction of the collaborative clinical and highly regarded resident and fellow educational missions of the Section, participating in the development of a comprehensive medical student education program within the Department of Radiology and leading the section to the next (and nationally respected) level in research and scholarly productivity.
Desired Skills and Experience:
M.D. or D.O., Colorado Medical License, Board certified in Radiology with Fellowship training in Thoracic Imaging. Highly developed clinical, education, research and leadership skills in Thoracic Imaging. Ability to work with a diverse population of healthcare providers and patients. High degree of emotional intelligence and substantial experience in interdisciplinary collaboration.
5-10 years of relevant clinical experience. The Division of Thoracic Imaging emphasizes clinical excellence, teaching, innovation and discovery. We are searching for motivated candidates with similar values and experience to join our expanding faculty. Research experience and Thoracic Imaging training are desirable as we continue to expand our collaboration with our campus colleagues.
University of Colorado Denver
Department of Radiology,
Mail Stop #L954
12401 E 17th Ave
Aurora, CO 80045
Cardiothoracic Imaging Radiologist
Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, AZ
Heal the sick, advance the science, share the knowledge.
The Department of Radiology at Mayo Clinic invites applications for the position of Cardiothoracic Imaging Radiologist. Opportunities are currently available at Phoenix, AZ. The Department of Radiology is seeking a radiologist with expertise in cardiothoracic imaging. Qualified candidates must be board certified or board eligible in Radiology, have fellowship training in cardiothoracic imaging, and strong interest and capability in cardiac imaging.
The Cardiothoracic Imaging Radiologist must be committed to teaching residents and fellows, with a desire for a research career or a proven track record as an independent investigator in the field of cardiothoracic radiology. Candidates for this role must be interested in a collaborative practice and be willing and able to work closely with cardiology and thoracic medicine/surgery. Staff experience preferred.
Enjoy a great lifestyle and a stimulating clinical practice with abundant opportunities for research, multidisciplinary collaboration and resident education which includes training of radiology, pulmonary medicine and cardiology fellows. You would join a collegial team of dedicated and talented physicians and staff thriving in a dynamic clinical practice with cutting-edge technology:
Mayo Clinic offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits, including a relocation package.
Copy and paste this URL into your browser to learn more and apply: http://mayocl.in/1kRKbae, or send inquiries and curriculum vitae to:
Prasad M. Panse, M.D.
Chair, Search Committee
Department of Radiology
c/o: Katherine Harris, Physician Recruiter Harris.Katherine@Mayo.edu
In Arizona, Mayo Clinic is a 415-physician integrated practice, focusing on high-quality, compassionate medical care delivered in a multispecialty academic environment and has recently been ranked by US News as the #1 rated hospital in the State of Arizona and has consistently been recognized by FORTUNE magazine as one of the "100 Best Companies to Work For."
©2014 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Post offer/pre-employment drug screening is required. Mayo Clinic is an equal opportunity educator and employer (including veterans and persons with disabilities).
Radiologist – Cardiothoracic Imaging
Upstate Medical University
The Department of Radiology of Upstate Medical University is seeking a board certified radiologist with expertise in cardiothoracic imaging and strong academic interests, for a full-time faculty position. Candidates must be board certified in radiology, and have fellowship training or equivalent experience in cardiothoracic imaging. The ideal candidate with be competent to consult on all aspects of cardiac and thoracic radiology. A commitment to resident and medical student education is essential; interest in clinical research is a plus. Additionally, candidates must have or be eligible to obtain a New York State Medical License. Rank will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Upstate Medical University consists of the School of Medicine, the adjacent University Hospital, and the Community Campus—a nearby community hospital. The University Hospital, including its new Children’s Hospital and Cancer Center, is a tertiary referral center and Level 1 trauma center. The successful candidate will provide clinical services, and participate in multidisciplinary clinical conferences, primarily at the University Hospital. Our Department of Radiology consists of 34 faculty (31 radiologists and 3 medical physicists) delivering high quality imaging consultation and image-guided interventions in a multispecialty environment. The Chest Radiology section works closely with outstanding colleagues in pulmonary medicine, cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, medical and radiation oncology, and pathology.
The department’s imaging facilities are state-of-the-art. Major equipment includes 6 CT scanners, a PET/CT scanner, and 5 MR scanners. We perform over 57,000 cardiothoracic imaging and CT-guided biopsy procedures annually. Upstate Medical University has an integrated electronic medical record, enterprise PACS and voice recognition reporting. Most importantly, our work environment is pleasant.
Upstate Medical University is part of the State University of New York, and offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits. The Upstate Medical University campus is located in the city of Syracuse, contiguous with the campuses of Syracuse University and SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry. Syracuse is situated in Central New York, near the Finger Lakes region and the Adirondack Park, and offers many recreational, cultural and educational opportunities. It is an excellent place to raise a family.
For consideration, please send inquiries and curriculum vitae, via email, to:
David Feiglin, MD
Professor of Radiology
Chairman of Radiology
VA Palo Alto Health Care System
The VA Palo Alto Health Care System is seeking a radiologist to join the full-time faculty. Applicants should have completed a fellowship in chest and/or cardiovascular imaging. The successful candidate will be appointed to the Stanford University Clinician Educator Line as an Affiliated Clinical Instructor for a one year appointment. Expectations for Clinician Educators include excellence in the overall mix of clinical care and clinical teaching appropriate to the programmatic need the individual is expected to fulfill.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. It welcomes nominations of, and applications from women and members of minority groups, as well as others who would bring additional dimensions to the university's research, teaching and clinical missions.
Please apply on-line at www.radjobs.org by submitting your curriculum vitae and a brief statement describing your clinical, teaching and/or research activities and interests.
University of Texas Health Science Center
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is seeking board certified/board eligible radiologist for a faculty position, at the Assistant Professor to Professor rank, to provide clinical services at University Health System, Medical Arts and Research Center and other locations within our practice plan and partner hospitals, in San Antonio, Texas. Our hospitals are regional referral centers for Level 1 trauma, internal medicine, surgery, oncology, and organ transplantation.
Candidates must have a medical degree, Board Certification/Board Eligibility in Diagnostic Radiology, Texas State Medical License or be eligible for a Texas Medical License, and completed fellowship training in CardioThoracic Imaging. Applicants with prior clinical experience with all current imaging modalities and an established record in academics including teaching and research experience are preferred. The department has a strong clinical practice in both chest and cardiac radiology (CT and MR). Duties include teaching medical students and supervising residents and fellows; participating in research and teaching conferences; and providing clinical care to patients. Academic rank and salary are commensurate with qualifications. All faculty appointments are designated as security sensitive positions.
Interested candidates can email CV to
UTHSCSA Department of Radiology at firstname.lastname@example.org or send CV to attention:
UTHSCSA, MC 7800
7703 Floyd Curl Drive
San Antonio TX 78229
Fax (210) 567-5556
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer including protected veterans and persons with disabilities.
Full-time Faculty Position in Thoracic Imaging
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is seeking Board candidates for a full-time faculty position in Thoracic Imaging. The OSU Department of Radiology offers a competitive salary enhanced with an attractive benefits package, including educational opportunities through The Ohio State University.
The responsibilities of this position will include but are not limited to direct performance of clinical Thoracic Imaging. The scope of this position will be focused solely on the chest. This faculty member will have interest in two primary areas: 1. HRCT of Lung Parenchyma, 2. Pulmonary changes related to Cancer and Cancer Treatment. Clinical services will be performed primarily in a teaching setting providing training instruction in image interpretation.
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is one of the largest and most diverse academic medical centers in the country and the only academic medical center in central Ohio. Our Radiology Department is surging forward with expanded services at off-site imaging centers, renovations to our existing clinical spaces and new spaces through the medical center expansion project. We have very strong and especially diverse resources when it comes to imaging equipment. This is represented by such things as our 7T MRI system and PET-CT systems, as well as our extensive post-imaging abilities which include the 3D lab.
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is undergoing a $1.1 billion expansion that includes a new James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute and Critical Care Center. The new James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute’s state-of-the-art facilities, including those dedicated to diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology activities, will allow significantly more patients and families to access Ohio State’s unique and exceptional services. It will allow the Medical Center to serve 310,000 patients annually while supporting high-quality, patient centric P4 medicine.
By joining our faculty, you have the opportunity to work within a prominent radiology department and nationally renowned cancer program, committed to growth; uncompromising patient care, education and research; and our singular vision: to create the future of medicine, one patient, one discovery at a time.
Interested candidates should submit their CV to:
Kam Carlberg, Senior Leadership Recruitment/Faculty Recruitment
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Education, training, experience:
M.D. or D.O. degree and American Board of Radiology Certification/Eligibility in Thoracic Imaging is required. Formal Fellowship training in Thoracic Imaging is required. Must possess or be eligible for licensure in the State of Ohio.
To build a diverse workforce, the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minorities, veterans, and women. Ohio State is an EEO/AA Employer.
THORACIC RADIOLOGIST (1)
The Ottawa Hospital
The Department of Medical Imaging at The Ottawa Hospital is seeking a full-time fellowship trained thoracic radiologist to join the Thoracic Imaging section. Currently nine faculty members comprise the Thoracic Imaging Section and they are responsible for interpreting in-patient and out-patient chest radiographs, all chest CT’s including HRCT, CT Aortography, CT Pulmonary Angiography and Thoracic MRI/MRA. Thoracic interventions performed by the section include lung and mediastinal biopsies, chest tube drainages and lung cancer radiofrequency ablations. The section interprets approximately 100,000 chest radiographs, 26,000 chest CT’s, and 200 MRI/MRA studies, and performs approximately 1500 thoracic interventions annually.
All imaging is fully digitized with readily available post-processing stations. Members of the Thoracic Imaging section work in close association with the Department of Thoracic Oncology, Respirology and Thoracic Surgery, as well as other subspecialty programs.
The primary academic affiliate of the University of Ottawa, our academic department consists of over 65 radiologists. The department is involved in residency and fellowship training, with over 75 postgraduate trainees. The residency program comprises approximately 35 residents and we offer two funded Thoracic Radiology fellowship positions as well as one self-funded fellowship position per year. As part of our academic mission, we are also involved in teaching at the medical school and medical students rotate in the department on a daily basis. There is strong administrative and PhD support for research, with six dedicated imaging basic science researchers and a 7T research MR. 25% of the 3T MR is dedicated to research as well. The Department of Radiology is also the largest provider of CME in the country.
THE OTTAWA HOSPITAL: As the central hub of an integrated regional health system and Canada’s largest teaching and research hospital, The Ottawa Hospital is the largest hospital in Canada, a 1,200-bed tertiary care health sciences centre serving a population of 1.2M with specialty centres in cancer, heart, kidney, vision care and rehabilitation services. The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute is the research arm of The Ottawa Hospital and affiliated with the University of Ottawa. The academic department of Radiology is also affiliated with the Nuclear Medicine department and the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO).
Please submit a letter of intent and CV to the Department of Medical Imaging, The Ottawa Hospital, General Campus, 501 Smyth Rd., Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA, K1H 8L6; Tel: 613-737-8571; Fax: 613-737-8830;
CARDIAC RADIOLOGIST (1)
The Ottawa Hospital
The Department of Medical Imaging at The Ottawa Hospital is seeking an experienced fellowship-trained cardiac radiologist to join its Cardiac Imaging section. Additional training in Thoracic Imaging would be considered an advantage. Affiliated with the largest cardiac institute in Canada, The University of Ottawa Heart Institute, the candidate will work with a Siemens Flash CT scanner and soon to be operational Siemens 1.5T Magnetom Aera (August 2014), both dedicated to cardiac imaging.
All imaging is fully digitized with readily available post-processing stations. Members of the Cardiac Radiology section work in close association with the cardiologists and cardiac surgeons at the Heart Institute. The Cardiac Radiology section is run jointly by radiologists and imaging cardiologists where approximately 2000 cardiac CT’s and 600 to 1000 cardiac MR’s are performed on a yearly basis. The Cardiac radiologists interpret all chest radiographs, thoracic CT’s and half the cardiac CT’s and MRI’s.
The primary academic affiliate of the University of Ottawa, our academic department consists of over 65 radiologists. The department is involved in residency and fellowship training, with over 75 postgraduate trainees. The residency program comprises of approximately 35 residents and we currently offer one fellowship position per year in Cardiac Radiology. As part of our academic mission, we are also involved in teaching at the medical school and medical students rotate in the department on a daily basis. There is strong administrative and PhD support for research, with six dedicated imaging basic science researchers and a 7T research MR. 25% of the 3T MR is dedicated to research as well. The Department of Radiology is also the largest provider of CME in the country.
THE OTTAWA HOSPITAL: As the central hub of an integrated regional health system and Canada’s largest teaching and research hospital, The Ottawa Hospital is the largest hospital in Canada, a 1,200-bed tertiary care health sciences centre serving a population of 1.2M with specialty centres in cancer, heart, kidney, vision care and rehabilitation services. The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute is the research arm of The Ottawa Hospital and affiliated with the University of Ottawa. The academic department of Radiology is also affiliated with the Nuclear Medicine department and the Children Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO).Please submit a letter of intent and CV to the Department of Medical Imaging, The Ottawa Hospital, General Campus, 501 Smyth Rd., Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA, K1H 8L6; Tel: 613-737-8571; Fax: 613-737-8830;
University of Missouri
The University of Missouri Department of Radiology is recruiting for fellowship trained Thoracic Radiologist. The faculty member will join a small, intimate radiology department that is dedicated to serving our patients and colleagues. The candidate will be given the opportunity to shape the growth of our radiologic services, educate our medical students, residents and fellows as well as conduct research. The radiology department serves the University of Missouri Hospital and Clinics, Missouri Orthopedic Institute, Ellis Fischel Cancer Research Center, Womens and Children’s Hospital, Cooper County Memorial Hospital and a regional tele-radiology network linking additional hospitals. The Radiology Department also has a standalone Imaging Center with MRI, US, CT and X-Ray. Clinical service and related instruction constitute 80-90% of assignment. Remaining time is devoted to educational teaching, professional development, and/or research. The candidate is expected to contribute to the School of Medicine’s overall goals through teaching, collaborative research and outreach. This is a full-time, 12 month appointment.
MU is one of the few institutions in the country with colleges of medicine, veterinary medicine, agriculture, engineering, nursing and health profession on one campus. At MU’s comprehensive academic medical center, scientists join clinicians in producing lifesaving discoveries and delivering them to patients through a far-reaching network of hospitals, clinics and telehealth sites. MU has more than 280 degree programs, 34,000 students and 250,000 alumni. The School of Medicine’s more than 650 faculty physicians and scientists educate more than 1,000 medical students, residents, fellows and other students seeking advanced degrees.
Candidate must obtain clinical privileges and academic appointment at MU School of Medicine. Position title/rank is commensurate with applicant’s clinical, teaching and research experience: Assistant Professor to full Professor on tenure or clinical tracks. The salary and benefits package is extremely competitive.
Candidates must have a MD or equivalent, board certified or eligible, fellowship training and successful completion of a residency in radiology.
Candidates will be assessed based upon educational and professional achievement. Communication skills, experience working effectively in diverse environments and letters of reference will all be considered in selection of a candidate. Potential for candidate to work within the framework of the diagnostic radiology service will be assessed. Applicants should be prepared to prove eligibility to be employed in this position in accordance with all applicable laws.
This position is eligible for University benefits. The University offers a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental and vision plans, retirement, and educational fee discounts. For additional information on University benefits, please visit the Faculty & Staff Benefits website at http://www.umsystem.edu/ums/departments/hr/benefits/.
Application materials must be submitted online. Interested candidates should be prepared to attach: a letter stating professional interests and career goals; curriculum vitae; professional transcript(s); and contact information (including email addresses) for three references. http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic/index.php
If you have questions about the online application process, please consult Human Resources web sites: http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic/faq.php or https://doit.missouri.edu/training/recruitingtroubleshoot.html or call (573)882-7976.
Please contact Amolak Singh, MD, email@example.com or 573-882-1026 if you have questions about the position. Applications will be reviewed until a suitable candidate is identified. Initial appointment will begin as soon as an acceptable candidate can be identified and hired.
Faculty Position Available July 2014
Cardio-Thoracic Imaging Section
VCU Medical Center, Richmond, Virginia
The Department of Radiology at the VCU Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia, is seeking a full-time Cardiothoracic Radiologist to join the Cardiopulmonary Imaging Section. Currently six faculty members comprise the recently integrated and well-established Thoracic Imaging and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging Sections and are responsible for interpreting in-patient and out-patient chest radiographs, all chest CT’s including HRCT, CT Aortography, CT Pulmonary Angiography, Cardiac CTA’s, as well as Cardiac MRI and pre-ablation pulmonary vein MR studies. The section interprets approximately 90,000 chest radiographs, more than 18,000 chest CT’s/ CTA’s and over 650 cardiac MRI/MRA studies, and performs approximately 150 thoracic interventions annually. All imaging is fully digitized on a recently upgraded state-of-art McKesson PACS system. Advanced post-processing modalities including TeraRecon, Vitrea, Syngovia, WebPAX, CMR42, and hospital RIS access is readily accessible at individual 6 megapixel color monitors and workstations. PowerScribe, a flexible Web based speech recognition system, was upgraded to the latest version in February 2013. The department has state-of-the-art imaging equipment including 6 current MDCT scanners, 4 of which are Siemen Flash scanners, and 4-1.5T MRI scanners. Members of the Cardio-Thoracic Imaging Section work in close association with the Department of Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine, Thoracic Surgery, Cardiovascular Thoracic Surgery, and Cardiology, as well as other subspecialty programs.
VCU Medical Center is one of the country’s largest and most sophisticated medical university complexes. The center is the region’s only Level 1 Trauma Center, houses the largest number of intensive care units in the state, nearly 100 specialty clinics and patient care centers, has a large transplant service, and is one of only 34 centers in the country performing artificial heart transplants. The campus is also home to the Massey Cancer Center, Virginia’s first National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center. Our Lung Cancer Screening Program was recently endorsed by the Lung Cancer Alliance as a center of excellence. U.S. News and World Report’s Best Hospitals edition has ranked the VCU Medical Center as the No. 1 hospital in Virginia and in the Richmond metropolitan area for the last 2-years in a row.
Located in central Virginia, Richmond is a thriving Southern city located less than two hours from the Blue Ridge Mountains, Washington, D.C., and the Atlantic coast and beaches. Richmond is also a vibrant center of commerce and the arts. The city is home to a number of Fortune 500 companies and a leader in manufacturing, distribution, finance, and university education. In addition, Richmond hosts a symphony, an opera and a ballet. The combination of pleasant weather, geography, culture, activities, and lifestyle make this city a wonderful place to live, raise a family, and practice medicine.
Applicants must be Board certified or Board eligible in diagnostic radiology and be eligible to practice medicine in Virginia. A fellowship in thoracic and/or cardiac imaging or demonstrated competency in cardiothoracic imaging is required. Academic rank and tenure will depend on qualifications and experience. Interested candidates should contact Dr. Mark S. Parker, Director, Thoracic Imaging Division, firstname.lastname@example.org, 804-828-5064. For additional information, please visit the department website at http://www.radiology.vcu.edu/index.html
VCU is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.