Assistant Professor or Associate Professor– Pediatric General Surgery (Academic, Master Clinician, or Tenure Track)
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Duties and Responsibilities: The Pediatric General Surgery Division within the Department of Surgery at the University of Minnesota is seeking applications for surgeons seeking an academic career in pediatric general surgery at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor on the Academic, Master Clinician or Tenure track. Rank and track will be determined based on the qualifications and experiences of the selected candidate.
Responsibilities include: • Clinical activities expected of a Pediatric General Surgeon based primarily at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital and the M Health Fairview East Region with additional sites located within the Twin Cities • Teaching of medical students, residents, and fellows • Full participation in departmental activities including but not limited to grand rounds, CEU quality meetings, and faculty meetings
For specific questions about this position please contact the search chair:
Daniel Saltzman MD PhD Chief, Division of Pediatric Surgery Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics AS Leonard Endowed Chair in Pediatric Surgery University of Minnesota Medical School Saltz002@umn.edu (612) 626-42144
Requirements: • MD degree or equivalent • Must be board certified or board eligible by the American Board of Surgery in Pediatric Surgery • Must have or be able to obtain a Medical License in the state of Minnesota • Demonstrated commitment to providing quality and compassionate patient care • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and collegiality with staff and partners • Demonstrated commitment to teaching and research
Preferred: • Demonstrated record of basic, translational, or clinical research experience
Internal Number: 335816
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