The Department of Radiology is recruiting a dynamic, fellowship-trained abdominal radiologist at the Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor level to join our 29 abdominal radiologists and 7 abdominal radiology fellows.
Our growing and diverse practice has the breadth, depth, and scale for faculty at any career stage, including those with clinical, educational, research, quality, leadership, informatics, or other focus. We emphasize mentorship, career, and leadership development. Our practice culture is collaborative, inclusive, and committed to excellence.
We perform and interpret the full gamut of abdominal radiology examinations, including ultrasound, CT, MRI, Fluoroscopy, and image-guided procedures. Individual faculty participate in 3 to 5 of these service lines depending on interests and needs. Our department has a dedicated Emergency Radiology Division, so Abdominal faculty have no evening shifts and a modest weekend call burden. All faculty are provided home workstations if desired. Clinical productivity incentives are shared equally among division members and are not linked to individual productivity.
Our division has a rich history of national leadership; clinical, research, and education excellence; mentoring; and career development. As a new faculty, you will be sponsored by experienced mentors who will help guide you in the direction of your choice. Education is integral to our department’s mission, and faculty take pride in our accomplished graduates. Clinician educators have opportunities for leadership and access to award-winning programs from the UM Office of Faculty Development. Clinician scientists will find ample support and development opportunities, including involvement with UM Radiology’s Michigan Institute for Imaging Technology and Translation (MIITT). Our faculty work closely with the basic sciences division of our department as well as numerous multidisciplinary collaborators from various departments and centers.
Our department prioritizes balance between clinical service and academic development, tailored to the needs of each faculty member. We have recently developed a clinical incentive option that enables faculty to focus on clinical radiology, without specific expectations for research or education.
Required Qualifications: M.D. or equivalent; ABR-certified, or has passed the core examination and on track to take the certifying examination within 15 months of completing residency; fellowship training in abdominal radiology, and the ability to obtain a medical license in the state of Michigan. Evidence of clinical and teaching competence is expected.
How to apply: Qualified applicants should send their CV and a letter of interest to:
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