The Division of Neuroradiology in the Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science at Johns Hopkins University is seeking a fellowship-trained, ABR subspecialty certified or eligible Neuroradiologist at the Clinical Associate/Assistant professor/Associate Professor/Professor level. This is a 100% subspecialized neuroradiology position. Leadership roles are available within the Division of Neuroradiology and the Department of Radiology. The compensation package and faculty rank is commensurate with experience.
This is a full-time permanent appointment. Responsibilities include fellow, resident and medical student teaching, multidisciplinary conferences with Neurosurgery, Neurology, Otolaryngology, Neuro-oncology, Radiation Oncology, and Pathology. There are 5 call weekends with-in house coverage after hours provided by residents and fellows as back-up. Opportunities for protected time for scholarly activity are offered for those interested in research. Pathways for promotion are available through scholarly, clinical, and/or educational excellence.
The University, Department, and Division all host world-class research, providing an ideal environment to work with M.D and Ph.D. researchers with a wide variety of expertise; the Department has been consistently ranked the #1 Radiology Department in the USA in recent years. Within Neuroradiology, there are renowned research groups on functional imaging, vessel wall imaging, and M.R. spectroscopy.
Interested, qualified applicants should send inquiries and a current CV to Ranjita Sharma, Sr. Administrative Manager, c/o Haris Sair, MD, Director of Neuroradiology, Department of Radiology, 600 North Wolfe Street, Phipps B100 Baltimore, MD 21287 at email@example.com. Discretion respected. The Johns Hopkins University is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.
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