The Department of Child Health at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine is growing our Division of Pediatric Pulmonary/Allergy/Sleep Medicine. The division has four pulmonologists working in a thriving and diverse clinical and educational program with a nationally accredited Cystic Fibrosis Center. Clinical pulmonary activities within the MU Children's Hospital are enhanced by outstanding staff and facilities that include state of the art pulmonary function laboratory, exercise testing, pediatric sleep laboratory and bronchoscopy services. We are seeking an individual at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank with the vision, energy, and skills to be an educator and scholar to serve in this full-time, benefit-eligible position which would, ideally, consist of both pediatric pulmonary and sleep medicine. Columbia, Missouri is consistently ranked as one of the top small cities in America and is an ideal location to bring balance between work and family lives. We serve children and families throughout the entire State of Missouri. The University of Missouri is fully committed to achieving the goal of having a dynamic, diverse and inclusive academic community of faculty, staff and students. We seek individuals who are committed to this goal and our core campus values of respect, responsibility, discovery and excellence.
The successful candidate will be BE/BC in pediatric pulmonary and/or sleep medicine.
CV and cover letter as well as online application.
To apply for this position, please visit the MU web site at hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic/. In addition to completing the online application, please forward a copy of your CV and cover letter to Rebekah Hadlow (email@example.com).
For additional information about the position, please contact Dr. James Acton, Division Director (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Active review of applications will begin immediately, and the search will continue until the position is filled.
Columbia Missouri Information
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The University of Missouri was founded in 1839 in Columbia, Mo., as the first public university west of the Mississippi River and the first state university in Thomas Jefferson's Louisiana Purchase territory. Today, MU is a $2.1 billion enterprise and an important investment for the state and nation. MU provides all the benefits of two universities in one: It's a major land-grant institution with ...a statewide mission of service to citizens and Missouri's largest public research university. Considered one of the nation's top-tier institutions, Mizzou is the flagship campus of the four-campus University of Missouri System. It is one of only 34 public universities, and the only public institution in Missouri, to be selected for membership in the Association of American Universities. The state’s most comprehensive university, MU offers more than 300 degree programs through 19 colleges and schools and is one of only five universities nationwide with law, medicine, veterinary medicine and a nuclear research reactor on one campus. Mizzou What is Mizzou? Learn about the history and traditions behind the name Mizzou has a diverse enrollment with 35,000 students from every county in Missouri, every state in the nation and 120 countries. The favorite classroom for the best and brightest, Mizzou attracts more valedictorians, Curators Scholars and Bright Flight Scholars than any other college or university in Missouri. Twenty-six percent of MU freshmen come from the top 10 percent of their high school classes. MU’s nationally prominent faculty bring discoveries into the classroom, publish more than 1,600 books and scholarly articles each year and spend about $235 million annually on scientific research; they account for 70 percent of the research dollars flowing to Missouri public universities. Ninety-two percent of full-time, ranked faculty hold doctorates or the highest degree in their field.