The Yale School of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine is seeking a highly qualified academic leader to join the Section of Cardiovascular Medicine. The incoming faculty member will serve as the new Director for the Yale School of Medicine, Yale New Haven Hospital Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories. The qualified candidate should have qualifications for appointment at the Associate Professor or Professor rank and have prior leadership experience with a history of demonstrated excellence in clinical care, teaching, and scholarship.
The incoming Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories Director will lead and manage the development and expansion of the clinical, research, and medical education/training efforts within a vibrant and busy program. The responsibilities of the incoming Director will include: leadership and oversight of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories at Yale New Haven Hospital and affiliated Yale New Haven Health System Heart and Vascular Center Laboratories, in-patient and ambulatory responsibilities with a key role in clinical care, advancement of the research mission of Yale School of Medicine's Department of Medicine, and commitment to faculty and staff development and fellow education.
The successful candidate should be a nationally recognized thought leader with substantial experience in coronary interventions as well as knowledge and/or expertise in structural heart, and peripheral vascular interventions. We are seeking an academic leader with experience in the advancement of the field of cardiovascular medicine demonstrated by a strong publication record. Candidates with specific expertise in translational, clinical or outcomes research and/or clinical trial core laboratory programs, will be competitive.
Located in New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University is home to 12 professional schools in addition to the School of Medicine. Yale School of Medicine was founded in 1810 and is one of the world's leading centers for biomedical research, advanced clinical care, and medical education. The Yale Department of Internal Medicine is home to more than 1,200 faculty members and more than 350 residents and fellows. With the mission of providing outstanding, compassionate, and equitable care to all of its patients, the Department is committed to the development of novel ideas and discoveries through innovative basic biomedical clinical research and to ensuring that these discoveries translate into advanced treatment for patients.
The Yale Section of Cardiovascular Medicine has more than 120 faculty members. It operates four specialized research centers, provides a full spectrum of clinical cardiovascular care and offers an array of research and clinical training programs in cardiovascular medicine.
Yale New Haven Health System is a complex delivery network consisting of five hospitals encompassing 7 campuses which include four community hospitals and one academic medical center with a total bed capacity of 2,681. With a history of pioneering cardiology specialists and innovation, Yale New Haven Hospital, the 4th largest hospital in the country, is one of the nation's leading providers of heart and vascular services, offering the most advanced technology and facilities, and serving the diverse population in New Haven and across New England.
Each year, the YNHHS Heart and Vascular Center (HVC) treats the most patients with cardiovascular conditions of any facility in Connecticut and performs virtually all cardiac and vascular procedures available worldwide. The multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses and other professionals is dedicated to providing patients with excellence in cardiovascular care. The Heart and Vascular Center delivery team includes more than 213 providers who work across the 37 delivery network laboratories and 27 ambulatory locations. The Heart and Vascular service line has a strong presence in YNHHS with an annual procedural volume of 6,573 across 26 Procedural laboratories. In the last year HVC achieved strong performance and growth across a wide-ranging portfolio of high impact programs. Yale has a tradition of research innovation that continues to be demonstrated through the Section's participation in a variety of multicenter clinical trials, multicenter clinical device development trials, academic research and vertical device development, from bench to regulatory approval. YNHHS is actively involved in over 90 collaborative research trials.
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About Yale University
Yale University is an American private Ivy League research university located in New Haven, Connecticut. Founded in 1701 in the Colony of Connecticut, the university is the third-oldest institution of higher education in the United States.