The University of Pittsburgh is seeking applications for a position in the Division of Transplant Surgery at the rank of Assistant Professor non-tenure stream. The successful candidates will be an abdominal multi-organ transplant surgeon to support the growth and goals of an academic transplant program. We seek an outstanding candidate who has a demonstrated track record of clinical excellence. The clinical emphasis of this position will include cadaveric and living donor kidney transplantation, pancreas transplantation, liver transplantation and laparoscopic nephrectomy. Qualifications: The applicant must have completed American Society of Transplant Surgery multi-organ transplant training. A commitment to teaching, institutional leadership and advocacy is necessary. The candidate must be eligible for a Pennsylvania medical license. Closing date is May 31, 2015. Candidates should reply with a current CV, a statement of research interest and three letters of reference.
Application Process: Please send replies to: Abhinav Humar, MD; Thomas E. Starzl Professor of Transplantation Surgery; Clinical Director, Starzl Transplantation Institute; Division Chief, Transplantation Surgery; P.O. Box 7533; Pittsburgh, PA 15213; email@example.com.
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