The Department of Art as Applied to Medicine of the Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine seeks an outstanding Clinical
Anaplastologist to join the faculty, provide expert clinical care
to the patients of the Johns
Hopkins Facial Prosthetics Clinic
, and teach in our Clinical
Anaplastology Training and Graduate programs. The Instructor /
Assistant Professor of Clinical Anaplastology will function as a
tenure-track member of the faculty with demonstrated achievement in
research, teaching, and professional service. Excellent
opportunities exist for an energetic Clinical Anaplastologist with
access to state of the art clinical and surgical facilities,
research environments, and collaboration with faculty of Johns
Hopkins Medical Institutions.
This is an in-person position at the Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD. A list of Technical Standards
(Working Environment, Working Conditions, and Protective Devices)
is available upon request.
Duties / Responsibilities
- Clinical Anaplastology – provide consultation and
treatment of patients in need of facial, ocular, or somatic
- Teaching – provide course design and instruction, team
teaching, curriculum development, student advising.
- Administrative – serve on Clinical Anaplastology
Admissions Committee and other committees within the department and
- Master’s degree or post-baccalaureate training in Anaplastology
through a program listed on the BCCA website .
- Minimum of two years’ experience in the custom-design,
production and fitting of facial, ocular and non-weight-bearing
somatic prosthetic medical devices. See BCCA Scope of Practice for
full definition of desired skillset.
- Certified Clinical Anaplastologist (CCA) or certification in a
related field by date of appointment or shortly thereafter.
- 3 years Clinical Anaplastology or related work experience.
- Specialization in ocular and somatic prostheses.
- Knowledge of medical insurance coverage and billing.
- Familiarity with EPIC medical record system.
- Teaching experience.
- Working knowledge or eagerness to learn digital software for 3D
modeling, sculpting, scanning, and printing (i.e. C4D, ZBrush,
Meshmixer, Artec Studio, PreForm).
- Experience in writing successful grant applications.
- Active membership in the International Anaplastology
Association (IAA) or related professional development organizations
which promote continued education and excellence in the
Interested candidates should submit:
- Cover letter describing what you can offer Hopkins’ students,
faculty, patients, and your experience in patient care.
- Teaching statement describing your teaching experience and
- CV including your education and professional and teaching
- Portfolio of 12-15 digital files representing clinical
- 3 professional references provided at time of application.
Applications and related materials are due by November 1st,
, via Interfolio submission. Review of applications will
begin in November, and will continue until a suitable candidate is
Questions regarding the application process can be directed to
Carol Pfeffer (Administrative Program Coordinator) at
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