The Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the UNC School of Medicine is recruiting for an open rank Gastroenterologist with expertise in transplant Hepatology. Duties include, but are not limited to medical Director for the Hepatology transplant program, endoscopic procedures, clinic visits, inpatient consultation service. Candidate must have excellent communication and organizational skills. An interest in clinical research and teaching is desirable. Candidate will be active in training of GI and Hepatology fellows, residents and medical students. Candidate must be MD, Board Certified/Board Eligible in Gastroenterology. Rank dependent upon qualifications and experience.
Education and Experience:
Proficiency in standard transplant hepatology. At least three years of gastroenterology and training. Good communication and organizational skills with clinical education and/or research interest.
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