Provide clinical services and teaching of diagnostic radiology, body imaging, and thoracic imaging. Interpret images in all modalities of diagnostic radiology. Mentor and instruct residents, fellows, and medical students in research projects as requested or assigned. Lecture and hold conferences and participate in related meetings and school functions. Initiates or participates in scholarly activities in the Department of Radiology.
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M.D. or D.O. degree, Texas medical license or eligible for licensure. Completion of an ACGME accredited radiology residency program in diagnostic radiology or equivalent. Completion of two years of Texas Medical Board approved fellowship training. Competent in all imaging modalities, including US, CT, MRI, and plain films.
Board certified in diagnostic radiology by the American Board of Radiology. Completion of one year fellowship training in either body imaging or thoracic radiology. Regional or emerging national reputation for the rank of associate professor or higher.
Work Location: El Paso, Texas
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