The Department of Radiology at UPMC/University of Pittsburgh is currently accepting applications for a physician scientist in the Abdominal Imaging Division. Candidates with the vision, experience and motivation to perform translational abdominal imaging research will receive appropriate protected time and may be eligible for a department seed package. Research interests of the department/section include bioinformatics/artificial intelligence and molecular imaging, but other focuses will be considered. Prior grant funding is desired, but junior faculty with defined research interests are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Abdominal Imaging Division is one of the largest clinical divisions within the Department of Radiology, and has a national reputation for excellence. The Division deals with the imaging, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the abdomen and pelvis. Division faculty also handle other non-abdominal conditions, including pharyngeal and esophageal disease, and thyroid, scrotal, vascular and extremity abnormalities using ultrasound. Major research focuses for the Division include hepatobiliary disease, trauma, ultrasound-guided minimally-invasive treatments for cancer, and organ transplantation.
UPMC/University of Pittsburgh is the ideal setting, as it is strong in transplant surgery, trauma and oncology—a rare combination of strengths that present unlimited clinical and research opportunities. Applicants must be board eligible or board certified by the American Board of Radiology and eligible an unrestricted medical license in Pennsylvania. Abdominal Imaging fellowship training is also required. .
UPMC is a $16 billion world-renowned health care provider and insurer based in Pittsburgh, PA, with 80,000 employees, including 4,000 physicians, more than 30 academic, community, and specialty hospitals, and more than 600 doctors’ offices and outpatient sites. UPMC is inventing new models of accountable, cost-effective, patient-centered care, and is closely affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh, which has ranked among the top 10 recipients of National Institutes of Health research funding since 1998. For more information, please visit our websites at www.upmc.com and www.radiology.pitt.edu.
Interested applicants should submit a CV and letter of interest to: Mitchell Tublin, M.D., Vice Chair, Clinical & Academic Affairs, and Chief, Division of Abdominal Imaging at email@example.com.