Cardiothoracic Radiologist, Assistant Professor, The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas
The Department of Radiology has an opening for a full time Assistant Professor of Cardio-Thoracic Radiology to join the section of Chest Radiology. Candidates must be certified by the American Board of Radiology, have a least one year of experience in Cardiothoracic Imaging or Cardiothoracic Radiology fellowship training, have excellent clinical and interpersonal skills, demonstrated abilities for teaching and a strong interest or background in academic radiology. Experience preferred in Cardiac CT/MRI/Nuclear Medicine.
Infrastructure in the Radiology Department includes many DR radiography units, multidetector CT scanners (including a Dual Source/Dual Energy Siemens FLASH 128 clinical unit, a GE HD750 scanner, GE 64 slice scanner, GE PET/CT and Siemens SPECT/CT units), and multiple high field MR systems, including two recently installed 3 T Siemens units (including a 128 channel Skyra). UTMB just completed a new hospital which contains a GE Revolution CT scanner for cardiac and other imaging. In addition, there is a GE 3T intraoperative MRI available for imaging and research. A second hospital in League City contains both UTMB and MD Anderson cancer facilities collaborating in lung cancer screening and diagnosis. Additionally, UTMB just opened a third 200-bed hospital in the Clear Lake area (near NASA Space Center) with an active cardiac intervention and surgery program.
Galveston is a great place to live and work; there is a small community feel, however Houston is in close proximity. UTMB is an excellent place to develop an academic career. An excellent benefits package is offered. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Contact Eric Walser, M.D., John Sealy Professor of Radiology, UTMB Department of Radiology, 301 University Boulevard, Galveston, TX 77555-0709, email@example.com.