Summary Description: Columbia University Medical Center, Department of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology seeks candidates at the Instructor in Clinical level. Successful candidates will be expected first to have a major commitment to, and demonstrate competence in the clinical care of patients with rheumatic diseases, have demonstrated evidence of the ability to conduct clinical research projects and to fund a portion of their salary by research grants. They will be expected to perform the medical service and teaching duties of a rheumatology attending and have skills to precept in rheumatology clinics. Duties will include the teaching and instruction of medical students, residents and rheumatology fellows. Additional teaching duties will include the preparation and delivery of lectures, and precepting case-based classroom discussions, specifically for the Pathophysiolgy curriculum, Immunology course.
Minimum Qualifications: Candidates must be board certified in Internal Medicine, and board certified or eligible in Rheumatology and must be eligible to practice in the State of New York.
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