The Body Section at the Yale Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging has a track record of providing high quality, timely and progressive abdominal imaging using high-end equipment. We are highly valued by our clinical colleagues for our subspecialist expertise, which has recently been expanded to include attending led, contemporaneous evening services seven days/week. We also pride ourselves on an academic focus in body imaging and our section includes several national leaders in the field. Areas of academic prowess include MRI safety, prostate imaging, renal CT and liver oncology. An academic interest in these or other areas would be encouraged.
The body imaging services we offer are in high demand across the Yale New Haven Health System and we are now looking for new skilled attendings to join our team of 14 dedicated abdominal and ultrasound radiologists.
We are inviting applications for board eligible/certified Radiologists with Body or Ultrasound fellowship training for a full-time faculty appointment at the Assistant or Associate Professor level on our Clinician Educator Track. A strong interest in clinical care and education (undergraduate medical and graduate medical) is required. Exemplary clinical skills and a commitment to scholarly output in the field of abdominal imaging are essential.
Our primary sites of coverage, are at the main Yale New Haven Hospital and St. Raphael Campuses, both of which are centrally located in New Haven, a vibrant and engaging University town. Additional coverage takes place at several of our Ambulatory Care Centers in surrounding New Haven and Fairfield Counties.
Clinical responsibilities include body CT and MRI, ultrasound, plain radiography and fluoroscopic studies.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Yale University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Yale values diversity in its faculty, staff, and students and strongly encourages applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and members of underrepresented minority groups.