| Position Summary: |
The Division of Vascular-Interventional Radiology at UPMC/University of Pittsburgh is currently recruiting an academic interventional radiologist. The Division is based at UPMC Presbyterian and UPMC Shadyside hospitals, and faculty provides call coverage at the various UPMC community hospitals in Pittsburgh.
The IR Division performs the entire spectrum of interventional radiology procedures with strong oncologic, hepatobiliary, transplant, trauma, vascular, and pediatric interventional radiology services. There is an excellent relationship with Hepatology, Transplant Surgery and Liver Surgery. The IR Division integrated within the Hillman Cancer Center with a strong interventional oncology practice.
In addition to our clinic based practice, we have active image-guided research programs, including interventional oncology translational laboratory opportunities, as well as collaborations with other laboratories in the Department and in the health system. Major research focuses include interventional oncology, organ transplantation, hepatobiliary disease, trauma, and portal hypertension.
The IR Division currently has 11 full-time IR physicians, 5 dedicated APP's as well as fellows, and residents.
Duties for this position will consist of a mix of clinical, teaching, and academic responsibilities. Applicants must be board eligible or board certified by the American Board of Radiology and eligible for licensure in Pennsylvania. Interventional radiology fellowship training is required, and CAQ in VIR is desired. For more information please visit our websites at www.upmc.edu and www.radiology.pitt.edu
Application Process: Interested applicants should submit a CV and letter of interest to: Philip Orons, D.O., Professor and Interim Division Chief, Division of Vascular-Interventional Radiology at email@example.com. UPMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. The University of Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer for Minorities/Women/Vets/Disabled.