The Glaucoma Center of Excellence at the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Institute is recruiting a glaucoma specialist to join its current group of nine faculty members. Immediate clinical and surgical opportunities are available at the East Baltimore Johns Hopkins campus as well as clinics in the Washington DC (Bethesda) and Northern Maryland (Bel Air) regions, all of which have significant unmet clinical and surgical demand. The salary level is at or above the median national range, with an incentive plan and outstanding benefits. The candidate may be a present or recent glaucoma fellow or a more experienced faculty member. A career plan in line with Johns Hopkins' missions of academic and/or clinical excellent is desired. Teaching of medical students, residents, and glaucoma fellows is encouraged and valued. Additional training from a large group of faculty members with a strong history of mentorship will be provided to younger faculty seeking to develop a clinical or laboratory research program.
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Internal Number: A-60833-11
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