Candidates should be eager to be a part of a major dynamic effort to build an academic pediatric IBD center. Resources are available to assist in establishing a comprehensive pediatric IBD team including availability of nursing, nutrition, and psychology support. Funding is also available to allow participation in national pediatric IBD registries such as Improved Care Now.
1.Teaching Faculty member will have teaching responsibilities in the area of pediatric gastroenterology. Faculty will provide guidance and mentorship to Residents, Chief Residents, and Fellows when applicable.
2.Research Faculty member will have interest in securing revenue through grants and contracts.
3.Service Faculty member will serve on departmental or School of Medicine level committees when appropriate, as well as professional through journal review, conference presentations, etc.
4.Clinical Faculty member will serve as a general Pediatric Gastroenterologist for the Department of Pediatrics.
Board certified or board eligible in Pediatric Gastroenterology Experience with clinical care of patients ages birth to 21 Experience with education of house-staff, medical students, and others
Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU.
Interest and experience in working with patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).
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