The Department of Pediatrics is recruiting an Instructor level – junior physician scientist to join the faculty in the Division of Neonatology at Columbia University Medical Center. The candidate must be board eligible and committed to a career heavily weighted in investigation. The candidate should have or be competitive for external grant funding in a basic science or translational area. Additionally, candidate will be responsible to care for infants assigned to their service in the NICU and Delivery Room. Candidate is expected to attend Departmental faculty meetings and Divisional Conferences. University and public service activities are also expected of faculty and you may be invited to participate in Divisional, Departmental and /or medical school committees. Competitive salary, benefits, and support are offered commensurate with academic rank and experience. Must be eligible to practice in NYS. Please send CV to Dr. Anna Penn. Department of Pediatrics, Neonatology; Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital; 3959 Broadway; PH17-110, New York, NY 10032 or fax to 212 305-7086. Columbia University is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer and is particularly interested in applications from women and minorities.
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