The Division of Neonatology at Columbia University in partnership with Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital is seeking a BC/BE neonatologist with specialized skills and interest in neurodevelopment and high-risk infant follow up. We are expanding our NICU follow up program, as well as our neurodevelopmental focus within the NICU. This neonatologist will have responsibility for overseeing the multidisciplinary NICU follow up program, as well as developing a continuity of developmental care from the inpatient to outpatient setting. This is an academic faculty position with a focus on clinical service and research, as well as teaching of trainees. Excellent neonatology and developmental follow up skills are required, along with a commitment to teamwork and academic mission. Prior experience directing or participating in a neurodevelopmental follow up program is preferred. Responsibilities will include service in our outstanding 75-bed level IV NICU and high-risk delivery service with >5000 deliveries per year. Participation in weekday service and weekday, weekend and holiday call will be in an amount equal to other full time clinical faculty. Active participation in Departmental and Divisional faculty activities, meetings and conferences is required. University service and public engangement activities are also expected of faculty. 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. Professorial rank will be consistent with level of experience. The successful candidate must be eligible to practice in New York State. Please email letter of interest and CV to Dr. Anna Penn (Chief of Neonatology, Department of Pediatrics, Columbia University & NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital) c/o her administrative coordinator, Sacha Parchment email@example.com. Columbia University is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer and is particularly interested in applications from women and minorities.
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