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Family and Community Medicine Department Chair at The University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucs
The University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson
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Posted: 08-Sep-21

Location: Tucson, Arizona

Type: Full Time

Required Education: MD/DO

Salary: DOE

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Chiefs/Directors/Department Heads
Executive

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College / University
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Internal Number: req6596

About The University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson
College of Medicine – Tucson Mission: Advancing health and wellness of our community and beyond, while embracing diversity in the pursuit of excellence through innovation in our tripartite mission: education, research, and patient care. The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson provides state-of-the-art programs of medical education, groundbreaking research opportunities, and leading-edge patient care. From an initial class of just 32 students in 1967, the College today has graduated more than 4,000 physicians. The College has 22 departments – five basic science and 17 clinical science – and nine centers dedicated to specific areas of research, clinical care and teaching: the UArizona Arthritis Center; the Arizona Center on Aging; the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine; the Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center; the Arizona Telemedicine Program; the UArizona Steele Children’s Research Center; the UArizona Sarver Heart Center; the UArizona Thomas D. Boyer Liver Institute; and the Valley Fever Center for Excellence. The VIPER Institute (Venom Immunochemistry, Pharmacology, and Emergency Response), the Arizona Telemedicine Program, the AIDS Education and... Training Center, and the Sonoran UCEDD Center for Excellence also are under the College’s umbrella. Research concentrations include biomedical imaging, aging, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and neuroscience. Total annual research funding for the College has grown from $345,000 in 1967 to $127.4 million in 2020. Each year, the College admits 120 students, and the class of 2025 was selected from more than 8,600 applications. The College currently has 514 medical students studying at the Tucson campus and offers three dual-degree programs: MD-PhD, MD-MPH and MD-MBA. The college also has 1,995 undergraduates (Physiology and Medical Sciences majors and minors offered through the Department of Physiology; Emergency Medical Sciences through the Department of Emergency Medicine; and in 2022 a bachelor’s in Medicine through the Department of Physiology). A Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) has been awarded from the NIH and is designed to train students planning careers in academic medicine or biomedical research. Through the collaborative efforts of the College of Medicine and the Graduate College, research-intensive training is pursued through one of over 14 biomedical science departments and interdisciplinary programs. The UA College of Medicine Graduate Medical Education Program oversees 65 ACGME-accredited residency programs in all major specialties and subspecialties. More than 730 residents and fellows receive training at more than 50 sites in Tucson and at various Indian Health Service locations. For more information: www.medicine.arizona.edu
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