Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (Non-Tenure) - Infectious Diseases-(160001HO)
The Institute of Human Virology's Division of Clinical Care and Research and the University of Maryland's Division of Infectious Diseases is seeking a non-tenure track, full-time faculty member in the School of Medicine. Faculty appointment and salary is commensurate to experience. Candidates must demonstrate a strong interest and experience in Transplant ID, and general infectious diseases and HIV treatment and research. The position will involve clinical care on the Transplant ID inpatient service, and outpatient clinic, as well as General Infectious Diseases and HIV clinical care. Responsibilities will include providing comprehensive clinical care in outpatient and inpatient settings to patients with infectious diseases, most specifically on the Transplant ID service. Please reference Position 03-309-884 when applying.
Please direct inquiries with CV, three references, and a brief description of career plans and goals to Robert R. Redfield, MD Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases, c/o firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants must be board-certified in internal medicine; board eligible or board certified in infectious diseases.
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Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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