The IU School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Neonatal is recruiting for Assistant/Associate Professors with the primary focus of clinical service for all neonates admitted to the neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). Clinical track faculty are responsible for the teaching and service mission of the IU School of Medicine.
Clinical service to include: Primary day time attending coverage in the NICU at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health with the possibility of day time service at other NICUs managed by the Section of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, if needed; primary night call responsibilities in the NICU at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. Call expectations will be similar to other full time faculty at Riley and will include weeknights and weekends. Preeminent clinical service in a NICU with a high-risk delivery service and consultation with high-risk mothers on the obstetric service; Active participation in the Resident and Fellow education program within the Divison of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine and Department of Pediatrics. Advocacy for the needs of high risk neonates and their families as appropriate.
The Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine is one of the leading neonatology programs in the United States, providing neonatology faculty for 9 clinical sites in central Indiana (total of 252 beds and 2,745 admissions) including the level 3C neonatal intensive care unit at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health in Indianapolis.
At the IU School of Medicine, we offer focused, systematic and sustained programs that are aligned with three foundational pillars of diversity and inclusion: representational diversity, inclusive working and learning environment, and cultural competence. Therefore, we are looking for applicants who can help ensure all our mission areas are inclusive and equitable.
Doctorate or Terminal degree is required. Board Eligible or Board Certified in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine with the American Board of Pediatrics; Certificate of Completion from an Accredited Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Training Program or equivalent; Understanding of how changes in the fetal environment in maternal diabetes lead to the development of diabetes in adult offspring; Demonstrated expertise and understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying fetally programmed insulin resistance and beta cell dysfunction secondary to hyperglycemia; Superb interpersonal, communication, professional, and organizational skills.
Department Contact for Questions:
Crystal Haney email@example.com
OAA #: IUSM009082016
Internal Number: 9865
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