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Job Title:Neuro Anesthesiologist
Date Posted:2019-01-07
Job Location:New Haven
Job Requirements:Yale School of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology seeks a board certified, fellowship trained (or equivalently experienced) anesthesiologist for a faculty position in the Division of Neuroanesthesia. The candidate should:
* be eligible for appointment as a faculty member at the Yale School of Medicine
* possess clinical and interpersonal skills to work collaboratively with all members of the neuroanesthesia team both clinically and academically
* have strong teaching interests that will be integral to resident and fellow education
* have an interest or experience in clinical research or be willing to work with others to develop skills in clinical research design and conduct
Job Description:The Division of Neuroanesthesia provides care for over 1,000 patients annually in a variety of clinical settings, including Yale New Haven Hospital ORs, MRI, CT scan and interventional radiology. The state-of-the-art neuro operating rooms enable intraoperative MRI scanning and advanced interventional radiology procedures. Yale New Haven Hospital is a Level 1 Trauma Center and a JCAHO Certified Stroke Center. There is an established neuroanesthesia fellowship training program as well as multiple clinical and educational opportunities for anesthesia residents. There are robust clinical/translational research groups within the department including opportunities in T-32 and National Clinical Scholar Physicians programs and for participation in international collaborations. The Division of Neuroanesthesia works with active and clinically advanced neurological and neurosurgical services and a dedicated neurointensive care team.
Contact information:Please send letter of interest, CV and three references to Roberta.Hines@yale.edu. J Visa candidates are welcome. Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and members of underrepresented minority groups are encouraged to apply.
Posted by:Shilpa Rao, MD