14 days ago
Faculty Physician - Pediatric Allergy & Immunology (Assistant Professor)
University of Minnesota
About the Department:
The Department of Pediatrics is a thriving academic department with over 100 full-time faculty and ranks in the top 10 nationally in NIH funding. Children are cared for at the University of Minnesota Masonic Childrens Hospital, opened in 2011. The University of Minnesota campus is on the shores of the Mississippi River and the city of Minneapolis, a short distance away from St. Paul. Both cities have rich history, high standards of livability, outstanding schools, culinary delights, numerous cultural events, and all major professional sports. The Twin Cities and surrounding area possess many opportunities for year-round activities with many lakes, surrounded by miles of biking, hiking, walking, and cross-country skiing trails.
Allergy & Immunology is the specialty focused on the evaluation and care of patients with allergic and immune-mediated diseases, including inborn errors of immunity. The University of Minnesota has rich collaborative opportunities available in basic, translational, clinical, informatics, and educational research, and state-of- the-art facilities, including the Center for Immunology, University of Minnesota Genomics Center, the M Health Fairview East Bank Hospital, Clinics and Surgery Center, and University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital.
Responsibilities will include 70% clinical care (divided 60% Pediatric, 40% Adult).
Additional responsibilities (30%) will include teaching medical students, residents and fellows; engaging in productive interdisciplinary and inter-institutional clinical and/or research activities; and assisting in developing an Allergy/Immunology fellowship training program.
Competitive compensation commensurate with community standards
Comprehensive benefits package: generous time off, annual CME allowance, malpractice insurance with tail coverage, retirement contributions, relocation & more.
Board certification or board eligibility in Allergy & Immunology
A minimum of two years of fellowship training in Allergy & Immunology, board certification in General Pediatrics or Internal Medicine
Medical licensure in Minnesota or ability to obtain
Candidates must have demonstrated accomplishment in clinical service, education, and clinical/translational research.
The successful candidate will have a record of excellence in clinical activities, including patient care, education, and clinical or translational research.