The University of Pittsburgh is seeking applications for a non-tenured faculty position within the Department of Surgery, Division of Pediatric Transplant Surgery, at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. Outstanding individuals are encouraged to apply. These individuals will play a significant role in the care of pediatric patients requiring liver, intestine and kidney transplantation as well as hepatobiliary and portal hypertensive surgery. The successful applicant may also participate in clinical research and trials and teaching of transplantation fellows.
Application Process: The ideal candidate must hold a M.D. and be board eligible or a board certified surgeon trained in an ASTS certified fellowship. Publications in prestigious journals and innovative research required. Candidates must be eligible for a Pennsylvania medical license. Closing date is July 31, 2016. Candidates should reply with a current CV, a statement of research activities and three letters of reference to: George Mazariegos, MD, FACS Director of Pediatric Transplantation Jamie Lee Curtis Professor of Surgery and Critical Care Medicine Hillman Center for Pediatric Transplantation Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh UPMC 6th Floor Faculty Pavilion 4401 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224 George.firstname.lastname@example.org The University of Pittsburgh is an EEO /AA?M/F/Vets/Disabled Employer.
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