The Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology at the University of Maryland is recruiting an additional attending physician at an Assistant / Associate Professor level, appointed by the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Applicants should have a strong record of academic excellence with an interest teaching and in clinical research. The ideal candidate should be several years out of fellowship. The Division will include six full time attending physicians, four ACGME approved fellows with approved transition to both the Integrated Interventional Radiology Residency and the Independent Interventional Radiology Residency, residents, nurse practitioners, and physicians assistants. The faculty staffs three hospitals including the University of Maryland Medical Center, and a freestanding outpatient clinic. The range of procedures offered is broad, including but not limited to venous and arterial interventions, all manner of oncologic, hepatobiliary, urologic, mesenteric, pediatric and trauma interventions, dialysis care as well as venous and enteric access. The Division has undergone a complete replacement of all interventional imaging equipment. The three dedicated body interventional rooms at the University are two Siemens Zeego units, and a Toshiba Hybrid Angio/CT room, two additional Bi-plane Siemens suites are shared. The Division maintains a research coordinator and currently leads or participates in numerous externally sponsored research trials as well as defining internally funded projects. The educational program includes dedicated teaching of residents and fellows through case-based and didactic and hands-on means, as well as journal clubs. Interested parties should forward their curriculum vitae to Dr. Stephen Lowe at email@example.com or fax to 410-328-3168. All applicants must be ABR certified and fellowship trained.
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All applicants must be ABR certified and fellowship trained.