The Department of Radiology at UPMC/University of Pittsburgh, which is one of the largest academic radiology programs in the country, is currently accepting applications for two neuroradiologists in our Division of Emergency & Teleradiology. Duties include a mix of clinical and academic responsibilities during night and evening shifts. The selected candidate will work at UPMC Presbyterian providing subspecialty neuroradiology readings on emergent cases for UPMC hospitals and remote locations. Division faculty members enjoy a flexible schedule and receive a competitive compensation package. Candidates must be board eligible or certified in radiology and be eligible for licensure in Pennsylvania. Fellowship training in neuroradiology is required. Previous work experience and publication/funding history is also preferred. UPMC, headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA is a $10 billion global health enterprise with 60,000 employees, more than 20 academic, community, and specialty hospitals, and more than 500 doctors' offices and outpatient sites. Additionally, UPMC has an insurance services division, and an international and commercial services division.
Application Process: For more information, please visit our website at http://www.upmc.com/ and http://www.radiology.pitt.edu/. Interested applicants should send a CV and letter of interest to: Mitchell Tublin, MD, Professor and Vice Chair, Clinical and Academic Affairs at email@example.com, and to Omar Almusa, MD, Associate Professor and Chief, Emergency and Teleradiology Division at firstname.lastname@example.org. UPMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
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