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The Massachusetts General Hospital for Children is recruiting a new program director for the Pediatric Residency, to start in AY 2021-22. Located in Boston, Massachusetts and affiliated with Harvard Medical School, this academic program trains a diverse group of residents who go on to careers in a wide array of pediatric subspecialities as well as pediatric hospital medicine, primary care, global health and healthy policy. Candidates should be role models in humanism and compassionate care, and passionate about continuing to cultivate a supportive and robust training environment for generations of pediatricians. The position includes 0.5 FTE for the leadership role, and all clinical faculty in the MGHfC Department of Pediatrics have faculty appointments at Harvard Medical School. Interested applicants who have completed a pediatric or medicine-pediatrics residency more than 3 years ago should send a letter of interest and CV to Dr. Howard Weinstein at hweinstein@mgh.harvard.edu and Erin O'Reilly at eoreilly@mgh.harvard.edu. In particular, candidates from backgrounds underrepresented in medicine are encouraged to apply. 

Contact Info

Please send a letter of interest and CV to Dr. Howard Weinstein at hweinstein@mgh.harvard.edu and Erin O'Reilly at eoreilly@mgh.harvard.edu.

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Pediatrics in St. Petersburg, FL seeks an Associate Program Director for its Pediatrics Residency program. Our program prioritizes educationally-driven, individualized clinical training and incorporates innovative curricula focused on leadership, health systems science, healthcare disparities, and more. The Associate Program Director (APD) is a vital part of our program’s continued innovation and growth.

 

The APD provides leadership and direction related to the residency curriculum and will serve as a core faculty member and mentor within the program.  Thus, prior experience in graduate medical education is highly encouraged, with emphasis on skills related to curriculum development and evaluation, learner assessment, mentorship and coaching.

 

The successful candidate is a pediatrician who has demonstrated excellence in past resident teaching positions and who is interested in taking on a central leadership role within our program and institution. Additionally, the successful candidate must demonstrate a record of academic scholarship with a goal towards continued advancement in their academic training. As a full-time faculty member of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, diverse opportunities for career development and mentorship are provided, as are opportunities to work closely with the designated institutional official, residency program director, and other core faculty members at JHACH.

 

Our 259 bed, free-standing hospital has been named a “Top 50 Children’s Hospital” by U.S. News & World Report and provides access to the most innovative treatments and therapies. Taking part in pediatric medical education and clinical research helps us to provide world-class care in more than 43 pediatric medical and surgical subspecialties.

Contact Info

Please apply here: http://apply.interfolio.com/83751

University of Iowa Stead Family Department of Pediatrics seeks an oncologist with special interest in childhood hematologic malignancies (leukemia/lymphoma).  Appointment rank is open and may be to either the tenure track or clinical (non-tenure) track consistent with clinical experience and research interest.  Appointment rank to Associate of Pediatrics (non-tenure track) may also be considered.  The individual selected will provide patient care, teaching, and consultative services in the oncology service.  The pediatric cancer program provides comprehensive care to a wide variety of patients with hematologic malignancies including acute and chronic leukemias, lymphomas, and histiocytic disorders.   The Division has a robust Adolescence and Young Adult (AYA) cancer program in collaboration with the NCI-designated, Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center of the University of Iowa.  The scope of practice includes but is not limited to the enrollment of multi-institutional clinical research protocols, CAR T cell therapy, and other innovative clinical protocols.  The division is involved in cutting-edge research that is funded by the NIH and nonfederal agencies.

Requirements:

Must hold an MD/DO degree, or equivalent

Board certified or eligible in Pediatrics, or equivalent

Board certified or eligible Hematology/Oncology or equivalent

License or eligible for licensure in the State of Iowa

Desirable qualifications:

Interest and/or expertise in hematologic malignancies

Experience in patient-oriented research

Competence in teaching pediatric medical students, residents, and fellows

Evidence of scholarly activity

Strong oral and written communication and interpersonal skills

 The University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine is one of the top biomedical research institutions in the nation and ranked 38th overall by the 2020 U.S. News & World Report and 41st  among public medical schools for NIH funding in FY18.  Stead Family Department of Pediatrics ranked 27th in NIH funding among all public pediatric departments nationwide in FY19. The ACGME-accredited pediatric residency program at the Children’s Hospital trains 47 pediatric residents.

 The Stead Family Department of Pediatrics comprises the medical and research staff of University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital, one of the nation’s top-ranked pediatric care and research institutions. It is the only university-affiliated hospital in Iowa devoted solely to the care of infants, children, adolescents and young adults, and is Iowa’s only accredited Level 1 Regional Resource Pediatric Trauma Center. In 2019-2020 University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital ranked in six pediatric specialties in the Best Children’s Hospitals U.S. News and World Report, including neonatology, orthopedics, diabetes and endocrinology, nephrology, neurology and neurosurgery, and is the only hospital in Iowa to be nationally ranked by U.S. News and World Report for children’s care. A new 190-bed children’s hospital opened in February 2017. 

The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity I affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.

Contact Info

For more information contact:

Yatin Vyas, MBBS, MD

Professor of Pediatrics

Director, Division of Hematology/Oncology

Yatin-vyas@uiowa.edu

Visit us on the web at: www.uichildrens.org.  

 To apply for this position please visit The University of Iowa website at http://jobs.uiowa.edu , requisition number 74090.

Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship has an open position for July 2021.

UCLA Mattel’s Children’s Hospital Pediatric Infectious Disease Program, started by the esteemed Dr. James Cherry, is seeking one qualified individual to initiate a three year ACGME approved Pediatric Infectious Disease Fellowship beginning on July 8, 2021. Our program focuses on providing training and research mentorship to physicians interested in excelling in the care of children with infectious diseases, with a special focus on immunocompromised patients at one of the largest transplant centers for pediatrics, providing infection control and antimicrobial stewardship, and performing top tiered research at both UCLA and at our multiple sites internationally (including Brazil, South Africa and Peru).

UCLAHealth.org/mattel/Pediatric-Infectious-Diseases/fellowship-program

Contact Info

Jaime Deville, MD
Fellowship Program Director
JDeville@mednet.ucla.edu

  • The Division of Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes at Connecticut Children’s is currently accepting applications for a first-year fellowship position starting July 2021. Our division was ranked in the 2019-2020 U.S. News & World Report as a “Best Children’s Hospital.” Fellows work within a dynamic division comprised of 10 attending physicians with expertise in a broad range of endocrine conditions, as well as advanced practitioners, endocrine and diabetes nursing, social work, and RD/CDE support. Fellows have dedicated inpatient and outpatient rotations, as well as participating in numerous multidisciplinary and specialty clinics. Fellows can pursue basic science, clinical, and/or translational research opportunities under the mentorship of accomplished faculty. Our program provides a balance of excellent clinical training and research to prepare graduates for successful careers in pediatric endocrinology, whether academic or private practice. 

Contact Info

Those interested are encouraged to apply directly by email to:

Amanda Ross, Pediatric Fellowship Coordinator: ARoss@connecticutchildrens.org

The University of Toledo Pediatric Residency Program is seeking a motivated and self-driven graduating pediatric resident to serve as the Chief Resident during the 2021-22 academic year. The Chief Resident will serve as the liaison between the residency program and our 30 pediatric residents.

In addition to performing the expected educational and administrative duties, the Chief Resident would have the opportunity to be a junior attending physician on the inpatient pediatric hospitalist service, Pediatric ER/Urgent care or outpatient clinic depending upon their professional and career goals. The salary is $80,000 with a competitive benefits package including waiver of graduate and undergraduate tuition at The University of Toledo.

Requirements for application include:

  • Must be a current PGY3 pediatric resident in good standing with an ACGME-accredited training program
  • Must graduate in June of 2021 from an ACGME accredited residency training program and be prepared to start July 1, 2021
  • Must be American Board of Pediatrics eligible in July 2021
  • Must have US citizenship or a J-1 Visa. No other visas will be considered or accepted

To apply for the position, please send the following to mary.wroblewski@utoledo.edu

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Cover Letter describing your interest in the position
  • Letter of recommendation from your current Pediatric Residency Program Director

Located in Toledo, Ohio, The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences is academically affiliated with ProMedica Health Systems, the area’s largest healthcare system. Our residents train at Russel J. Ebeid Children’s Hospital (formerly Toledo Hospital), the largest children’s hospital in Northwest Ohio. Ebeid Children’s Hospital has 154-beds including over 70 NICU beds, 16 PICU beds, and the area’s only Level 1 Pediatric trauma center.

Toledo is the 4th largest city in Ohio with a metro-area population of about 300,000. Toledo boasts a very low cost of living and safe environment. Located on the banks of the Maumee River and Lake Erie and dotted with over 17 metroparks, there is always something to do outside.

Contact Info

Mary Beth Wroblewski, MD
Pediatric Residency Program Director
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
 
Department of Pediatrics
 
2109 Hughes Dr., Jobst Tower, Floor E
419.291.7322 Residency Office
419.291.1663 Academic Office


Child Neurology Residency – Open Reserved Positions

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY

 

Program Information

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Child Neurology Residency Program is pleased to announce the availability of open reserved residency positions for our ACGME-accredited training program. We are currently accepting applications from qualified candidates to start in July 2021, July 2022, and July 2023.

 

Child neurology has a longstanding history at Mount Sinai Hospital since the founding of the first neurology service in New York City by Dr. Bernard Sachs, author of one of the world’s first textbooks in the field. The mission of our three-year residency program is to provide exceptional training in pediatric and adult neurology through broad exposure to general and subspecialty neurology disciplines in one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world. Residents will train under an outstanding team of academic pediatric neurologists with specialized interests in epilepsy, movement disorders, stroke, headache, neurobehavioral disorders, neurometabolic disorders, neurofibromatosis, neuro-oncology, and multiple sclerosis/neuroimmunology, as well as general pediatric neurology.

 

Position Qualifications

  • Require that applicant have completed one of the following by June prior to entering the program:
  • At least 2 years of an ACGME-accredited general pediatrics residency
  • 1 year of ACGME-accredited general pediatrics residency and 1 year of research
  • Completed USMLE Step I and Step II examinations

 

In order to be considered for an interview, please submit the residency application through ERAS (Child Neurology Reserved Slot - NRMP Program Code 1490185R0) and also submit the following :

 

  • 3 letters of recommendation, one must be from applicant’s most current program director
  • Current and updated CV
  • Personal Statement, limited to one (1) page

Contact Info

Please direct all inquiries to Praveen Raju, MD, PhD, Program Director (praveen.raju@mssm.edu).  

The Department of Pediatrics, Rhode Island Hospital (RIH)/Hasbro Children’s Hospital (HCH) and Alpert Medical School of Brown University are excited to announce the following position:

Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Fellowship - July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2024

The program is based at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, a tertiary care children’s hospital serving a medically complex patient population in a diverse and urban setting. As the only children’s hospital in the state, we serve patients from Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut, and Southeast Massachusetts. Our academic relationship with Brown University provides a rich resource for education and research.

We are a clinically well-rounded program with a diversity and depth of experience reflective of the complex and evolving nature of the field. Fellows in our program have the opportunity to participate in selected coursework within the Brown University School of Public Health. There are numerous opportunities for scholarly activity within our division, the department and the medical school. Our fellows have found success in basic and translational research efforts as well as clinical, medical education and public health focused projects.

Through our participation in international cooperative groups and industry sponsored clinical trials, our trainees are exposed to state-of-the-art clinical research for patients in pediatric hematology and oncology. Our faculty have a broad range of backgrounds and interests and are involved in national and international disease-specific efforts. Additionally, we are proud to offer a faculty-to-fellow ratio that supports individualized learning and ensures access to consistent clinical, educational and research mentorship during fellowship training.

Additional information about our program can be found here: https://www.brown.edu/academics/medical/education/fellowships/pediatric-hematology-oncology/

Contact Info

Program Director

Rishi R. Lulla, MD MS

Division Director and Fellowship Program Director, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, Hasbro Children's Hospital

Alan G. Hassenfeld Associate Professor of Pediatrics, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

T 401.444.5171 | F 401.444.8845 | rlulla@lifespan.org | rishi_lulla@brown.edu

593 Eddy Street, MPS-1, Providence, Rhode Island 02903

 

Application Instructions

Please submit a CV and letter of interest to rishi_lulla@brown.edu and lmoniz@lifespan.org. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Ms. Moniz can be reached at 401-444-5171 for any questions.  

Brown University and its affiliated teaching hospitals are equal opportunity (EEO/AA) employers and are committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. The hospital and the university welcome nominations and applications from minorities, women, and individuals with varied experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds, which would enrich the university's research, teaching and service missions.

The Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship Program at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center/Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (Baltimore, MD) has an available first year fellow position beginning July 1, 2021, with negotiable start date.

This Pediatric Pulmonary fellowship program is a 3-year, ACGME-accredited program. Our fellowship program prepares fellows for careers in academic medicine with personalized experiences in clinical settings, research, and education. We are based in a tertiary care hospital with interdisciplinary programs in cystic fibrosis, sleep medicine, aerodigestive medicine, subacute care, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, asthma, congenital diaphragmatic hernia, and neuromuscular disorders. Our fellows receive training in bronchoscopy, pulmonary function testing, exercise testing, and polysomnography. We have dedicated mentoring programs, division conferences, radiology rounds, bronchoscopy simulation center, and board review sessions for fellows, and available courses in public health as well. Fellows are involved in clinical, translational, or basic research in an area based on their interests. Owing to funding restrictions, we can only accept U.S. citizens, noncitizen nationals of the United States, or applicants who have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence at the time of appointment.

Contact Info

Interested applicants are encouraged to contact J. Michael Collaco, Fellowship Director, email: mcollac1@jhmi.edu; 410-955-2035.

We have an opening for PGY-4, first year fellow in our Neonatal-Perinatal fellowship program starting July 2021. Fellows rotate through level IV NICU at Children's Hospital of Michigan and level III NICU at Hutzel Women's Hospital. Applicants must have completed 3 year Pediatric residency.

Contact Info

Prashant Agarwal, MD

Fellowship Program Director, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine

pagarwal@dmc.org

Pediatric Nocturnist Hospitalist Position

NYU Langone Health

See the Empire State Building while caring for kids and families!

The Department of Pediatrics at NYU Grossman School of Medicine is seeking a board certified/board eligible pediatric nocturnal hospitalist for a faculty position at the Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone Health. The individual will provide comprehensive care, with wonderful housestaff, to a diverse patient population in a brand new, single room acute care medical surgical unit. Responsibilities include teaching of medical students and pediatric residents, and participation in hospital-related administrative, research and/or quality improvement initiatives. The individual will join our lively Pediatric Hospital Medicine group which actively engages in medical education, quality improvement, research and administration.

 

The ideal candidate will be BC/BE in General Pediatrics or Pediatric Hospital Medicine, possess outstanding clinical skills, hold current NY licensure, PALS and NRP certification. Applicants are eligible for a faculty appointment at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics. NYULH offers a competitive salary and benefits and is an equal opportunity employer; we encourage inquiry from applicants of diverse backgrounds.

 

Contact Info

Interested individuals are invited to submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae electronically to addressed to Dr. Becca Rosenberg, Section Chief, Pediatric Hospital Medicine through our online application portal interfolio http://apply.interfolio.com/82500.

If you have questions please email kevin.scott@nyulangone.org.

 

The Division of Academic General Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM)is seeking a full-time Newborn Nursery Pediatrician to join our division. Our two birthing hospitals, Jack D. Weiler Hospital and Montefiore Wakefield Campus are both located within 4 miles of the CHAM. Responsibilities include providing comprehensive medical evaluations for newborns, teaching of residents and medical students and participation in quality/performance improvement initiatives. We are looking for candidates who are board certified/board eligible in Pediatrics, possess outstanding clinical skills, and have experience in medical education. We are willing to tailor the position to include additional areas of interest (e.g. ambulatory pediatrics, pediatric hospital medicine). The successful candidate will receive an academic appointment at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience. We value diversity and encourage individuals from underrepresented, minority or disadvantaged backgrounds to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer.

At Montefiore, DOING MORE means building on a history of firsts to create the future of healthcare. For over 100 years, we’ve been pushing the boundaries of medicine with innovations such as the intravenous cardiac pacemaker and one of the nation’s first pediatric kidney transplants. And as we continue to move forward, we seek professionals who want to join our team of leaders and trailblazers to advance the health of our communities in Westchester, the Hudson Valley and the Bronx.

About the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM)

CHAM is a 192-bed nationally renowned academic children’s hospital providing inpatient, ambulatory, and emergency care for children and adolescents. CHAM is the pediatric hospital of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and is part of the Montefiore Health System spanning the Bronx and Westchester counties in New York.

About the Jack D. Weiler Hospital |Montefiore Wakefield Campus

The Jack D. Weiler Hospital is a 403-bed hospital and a Perinatal Regional Center with a level 4 NICU that delivers about 4000 infants per year. The Montefiore Wakefield Campus includes a 234-bed hospital with a level 3 NICU that delivers about 1800 infants per year.

About the Division of Academic General Pediatrics

The Division of Academic General Pediatrics consists of attending physicians, nurse practitioners, PhD social scientists, psychologists and social workers. Our clinical sites are patient centered medical homes with integrated mental health services. Our practices are the primary teaching sites for residents in our pediatric residency program and include a federally qualified health center. Division faculty are actively engaged in medical education, quality improvement and research.

Contact Info

 

Interested individuals should submit electronically a curriculum vitae and letter of interest addressed to Suzette Oyeku MD, MPH, Division Chief (soyeku@montefiore.org)

 

 

Montefiore Health System’s ambulatory network of 22 primary care practices, known as Montefiore Medical Group (MMG) is actively seeking a General Pediatric Physician for full time employment at the Comprehensive Family Care Center (CFCC) in the Bronx, NY. CFCC is one of the first Federally Qualified Health Centers in the U.S. The practice is also the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) patient -centered medical home for over 12,000 children.

 

The Comprehensive Family Care Center provides a congenial and collaborative culture of team-based, enhanced primary care with integrated behavioral health, a full-time social worker, nutritionist, lactation support services, health educators, a community health worker and an onsite pharmacy. CFCC is an also one of the teaching practices for the pediatric residency at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM). MMG Providers practice alongside faculty in the Division of Academic General Pediatrics at the CHAM who provide direct patient care at CFCC, precept residents and medical students and engage in scholarly activities. Our practice is open 6 days a week, and providers participate in a rotating schedule of evening and weekend clinical sessions.

Responsibilities include providing:

• Comprehensive pediatric ambulatory care to children and adolescents age 0-21 years

• Post hospital discharge care of newborns exposed to COVID -19

• Sick child visits at a co-located annex

• Acute visit advice as well as follow-up on chronic conditions utilizing telemedicine sessions

• Well newborn nursery care at the Jack D. Weiler Hospital

• Shared coverage of after-hours patient queries with the support of nursing triage service

• Participation in practice-based quality/performance improvement initiatives

• Direct referrals via a fully integrated EMR to the comprehensive array of Subspecialty services at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore

Requirements:

• NYS Medical License

• DEA License

• Board Certified/Eligible in Pediatrics

Sample Work Schedule:

• 4-day work week with 1 weekday with extended evening hours to 7PM, and rotating coverage of Saturday AM hours and the well newborn nursery coverage

• 7-8 direct patient care sessions (face to face) per week

• 1-2 telehealth sessions per week

• Number of patients per day: 14 to 16 patients per day (current) o pre COVID-19: provider saw ~25 patients per day

• Approximately 3-4 Saturday morning sessions per year

• 12 weekend days (Saturday/Sunday) of well-newborn nursery coverage

Successful candidates will have a passion to care for an underrepresented, disadvantaged, minority community. We value diversity and encourage all eligible candidates to apply. Spanish speaking candidates highly desirable, but not required.

At Montefiore, DOING MORE means building on a history of firsts to create the future of healthcare. For over 100 years, we’ve been pushing the boundaries of medicine with innovations such as the intravenous cardiac pacemaker and one of the nation’s first pediatric kidney transplants. And as we continue to move forward, we seek professionals who want to join our team of leaders and trailblazers to advance the health of our communities in Westchester, the Hudson Valley and the Bronx.

Contact Info

 

Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest and CV addressed to Amanda Gilbert, MHA, Senior Physician Recruiter, Montefiore Medical Group, 200 Corporate Blvd South, Suite 175, Yonkers, NY 10701

Office: 914.326.1329, Cell: 347-920-6132, Email: agilbert@montefiore.org

Residency Program Director position at University of Florida at Ascension Sacred Heart

 

The University Of Florida College Of Medicine is seeking a Program Director to lead the fully accredited Pediatrics residency training program at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, Florida. The program emphasizes both primary and subspecialty care experiences, quality care initiatives, mentorship, and developing well-rounded advocates for children's health issues. The University of Florida is the sponsoring GME institution for the program and a University of Florida non tenure, faculty appointment will be given commensurate with experience. Information on our Pediatric Residency program can be found at https://ufpensacolagme.org/pediatrics-residency/

 

As the Residency Program Director the incumbent would ensure high quality education that meets the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and Program Requirements for Graduate Medical Education in Pediatrics, and would be consistent with the mission and vision of the Program at Sacred Heart Hospital Pensacola.

 

The Studer Family Children’s Hospital celebrated its 50th year in 2019 with the opening of a new Children’s Hospital. The Children’s Hospital has a full complement of pediatric subspecialties and support programs. Through UF Health and Ascension Sacred Heart, we are staying on the leading edge of children's healthcare. Our mission is to promote health through outstanding and high quality patient care; innovative and rigorous education in the health professions and biomedical sciences; and high-impact research across the spectrum of basic, translational and clinical investigation. Pensacola is a beautiful and vibrant coastal city in the western Florida panhandle. The family-friendly city has a flourishing downtown and waterfront, numerous outdoor activities and cultural offerings, and the #1 beach in Florida according to USA Today. With a low cost of living and no state income tax, Pensacola has something to offer everyone.

 

Applicants must have a M.D. degree or equivalent, be licensed or eligible for licensure in the State of Florida, and be board certified in pediatrics, meeting the requirements for Maintenance of Certification in pediatrics or a subspecialty of pediatrics through The American Board of Pediatrics (ABP). Candidates must also have at least three years of educational and administrative experience within a residency training program.

 

Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and names and contact information for three professional references, or three letters of reference. Three letters of recommendation will be required of final candidate. Review of applications will begin on July 28th, 2020 and will continue until a sufficient applicant pool has been established. Selected candidate will be required to provide an official transcript to the hiring department upon hire. A transcript will not be considered "offcial" if a designation of "Issued to Student" is visible. Degrees earned from an education institution outside of the United States are required to be evaluated by a professional credentialing service provider approval by National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found at https://www.naces.org/ .

 

If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for this position, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at 800-955-8771 (TDD). Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the US. Searches are conducted in accordance with Florida's Sunshine Law.

 

The University of Florida is committed to non-discrimination with respect to race,creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, national origin, political opinions or affiliations, genetic information and veteran status in all aspects of employment including recruitment, hiring, promotions, transfers, discipline, terminations, wage and salary administration, benefits, and training.

 

 

Contact Info

Job posting can be found here: https://facultyjobs.hr.ufl.edu/posting/77160

 

For questions, please contact:

Kevin T. Bogert, MHA, MBA

Director, UF Health Sacred Heart Programs

UF Health Shands Hospital

O: 850.416.7593

BOGERK@shands.ufl.edu

Dear Program Directors,

I am writing to let you know of a great opportunity for an ICGME hospital funded fellowship that will again be offered at Duke beginning in July 2021. The Infant Complex Care Fellowship provides one year of post-residency training to pediatricians who wish to gain experience in caring for medically fragile infants in their future practice. This is an ideal experience for those not only planning to do private practice, but also hospital medicine, Pediatric Complex Care, Level 2 nursery and/or NICU follow-up, as well as a gap year before doing a Neonatology fellowship. Our previous fellows have all gotten excellent positions upon completing this training. The fellow will be an important team member in our Transitional Medical Home Program for medically fragile infants. Please circulate to your junior and senior residents who may be interested in applying. We are now accepting applications for July 2021, but welcome inquiries from those who may be interested in doing the fellowship starting in July 2022 as well.

The application deadline is March 1, 2021. More information is available on our website at https://pediatrics.duke.edu/education-and-training/fellowship-programs/infant-complex-care

 

Deesha Mago-Shah, MD 

Fellowship Program Director 

Division of Neonatal Medicine 

Box 2739, Duke Medical Center 

Durham, NC 27710 

 

Questions, including fellowship curriculum or application, contact:

Dr. Mago-Shah at  deesha.mago@duke.edu, or

Marissa Ivester, Fellowship Program Coordinator. Call 919-681-4844 or e-mail marissa.ivester@duke.edu

 

Contact Info

Dr. Mago-Shah at  deesha.mago@duke.edu, or

Marissa Ivester, Fellowship Program Coordinator. Call 919-681-4844 or e-mail marissa.ivester@duke.edu

 

Overview

The Duke Department of Pediatrics is part of the world-renowned Duke University School of Medicine. The Department is dedicated to excellence in its missions of clinical care, education, research, and advocacy. The Department offers highly competitive educational programs that identify and train the next generation of diverse physicians and physician-scientists, who in turn are devoted to providing outstanding care to children through clinical care, research and advocacy. The Department offers a highly acclaimed pediatric clerkship and multiple electives and sub-internships for medical students. Additionally, the Department has a wealth of highly competitive training programs, including 4 residency programs (Pediatrics, Medicine-Pediatrics, Child Neurology, and Medical Genetics & Genomics), along with 13 ACGME-accredited subspecialty fellowship programs and many additional institutionally approved fellowships and combined ACGME fellowship programs. 

The Pediatric Residency Program currently has 52 residents, with specialized tracks for research scholars and child neurology residents. Training ranges from the provision of primary pediatric care to management of patients with complex and subspecialty care needs. Residents rotate at Duke University Hospital where they are exposed to diverse patients with general pediatric issues and conditions requiring specialized care. Additionally, there are many unique aspects of the residency program, including community hospital and federally qualified health center rotations, along with advocacy and community, global health, and research rotations, among many others. The program is known for its robust advising and mentoring system and many curricular innovations, including CORE (Curriculum for Online Residency Education), a leadership curriculum, SCCoPe, and the Duke Pediatric Research Scholars Program (DPRS). The residents are proactive and have formed many committees, such as an Advocacy & Community Council for Trainees, Pediatric Residency Safety Council, along with Wellness, Diversity and Inclusion, and Resident-as-Teacher Committees. The Residency Program has a long-standing commitment to the recruitment, retention and development of a diverse group of trainees. More information can be found on the program website (https://pediatrics.duke.edu/education-and-training/residency-programs).

The categorical Pediatric Residency Program Director position is an executive position with the primary responsibility of overseeing the Department’s categorical Pediatric Residency Program. The Program Director will promote and ensure excellence in the residency, lead and participate in educational activities, and develop and support educational initiatives for the residency program. We are interested in a diverse candidate pool and candidates from groups underrepresented in medicine are strongly encouraged to apply. Duke University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Reporting Relationships

The Pediatric Residency Program Director reports to the Vice Chair of Education and to the Chair of Pediatrics and works closely with the Director of Medical Student Education in Pediatrics, other institutional and departmental training program directors, and Division Chiefs.

General Summary, Principal Duties and Responsibilities

The Pediatric Residency Program Director will foster an environment that promotes educational programs and assists with developing strategies for resident education.  The role has 0.75 FTE allocated and includes the following specific responsibilities:

  • Assure ongoing ACGME accreditation for the residency program
  • Maintain American Board of Pediatrics eligibility for all residents
  • Ensure program compliance with Duke policies and procedures on employment and non-discrimination
  • Appoint and oversee the residency program Clinical Competency Committee (CCC)
  • Lead the Program Evaluation Committee (PEC), and appoint faculty and resident members
  • Lead the annual recruitment effort for the categorical pediatric residency program
  • Participate in recruitment efforts for Child Neurology, Medicine-Pediatrics, and the Duke Pediatric Research Scholars (DPRS) programs
  • Conduct regular review of the training program and ensure continuous program improvement
    • Develop an Annual Program Evaluation Performance and Improvement Plan (APEI)
    • Oversee completion of annual goals and objectives by responsible parties
  • Design curriculum that prepares residents for a future career in pediatrics
  • Oversee all residency training program rotations including longitudinal continuity clinic experiences
  • Meet with all residents annually to review program requirements and expectations
  • Advise Division Chiefs, Vice Chair of Education, and Department Chair on the selection of faculty members for participation in residency program education
  • Ensure residents have the opportunity to raise concerns and provide feedback in a confidential manner without fear of intimidation or retaliation
  • Select Chief residents annually together with the Vice Chair of Education
  • Mentor and supervise Chief residents
  • Oversee corrective action process for pediatric residents
  • Oversee Residency Training Program budget in partnership with program coordinator
  • Appoint Associate Program Directors and delegate responsibilities
  • Complete verification of training for former trainees/residents within 30 days
  • Oversee resident advisors and serve as an advisor for a portion of residents
  • Meet with and plan resident long-term leaves
  • Maintain membership in the Duke Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC)
  • Participate in meetings related to the residency program and residents as needed
  • Represent the core program at the semi-annual Fellowship Program Director & Coordinator meetings
  • Contribute to faculty development in education
  • Uphold mission statements of the institution, department, and residency program

Eligibility

Full-time, regular-rank faculty member (MD or MD equivalent) at or above the rank of Associate Professor. We encourage applicants from groups underrepresented in medicine to apply.

Contact Info

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, with most interviews anticipated to be conducted in February or early March. Interested faculty should send a letter of interest and CV to Theresa Harris (theresa.harris@duke.edu).

University of Iowa Stead Family Department of Pediatrics seeks general pediatrician.  Appointment rank is open and may be to either the tenure track or clinical (non-tenure) track consistent with clinical experience and research interest.  Appointment rank to Associate of Pediatrics (non-tenure track) may also be considered.  The individual selected will join the Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine to provide patient care, teaching, and consultative services as a pediatrician specializing in child abuse. 

Requirements:

Must hold an MD/DO degree, or equivalent

Board certified or eligible in Pediatrics, or equivalent

License or eligible for licensure in the State of Iowa

Desirable qualifications:

Interest and/or expertise in child abuse

Clinical experience in general pediatrics and adolescent medicine in an academic setting

Experience in patient-oriented research

Teaching competence in pediatrics for medical students and residents

Evidence of scholarly activity

Strong oral and written communication and interpersonal skills

 The University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine is one of the top biomedical research institutions in the nation and ranked 38th overall by the 2020 U.S. News & World Report and 41st among public medical schools for NIH funding in FY18.  Stead Family Department of Pediatrics ranked 27th in NIH funding among all public pediatric departments nationwide in FY19. The ACGME-accredited pediatric residency program at the Children’s Hospital trains 47 pediatric residents.

 The Stead Family Department of Pediatrics comprises the medical and research staff of University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital, one of the nation’s top-ranked pediatric care and research institutions. It is the only university-affiliated hospital in Iowa devoted solely to the care of infants, children, adolescents and young adults, and is Iowa’s only accredited Level 1 Regional Resource Pediatric Trauma Center. In 2019-2020 University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital ranked in six pediatric specialties in the Best Children’s Hospitals U.S. News and World Report, including neonatology, orthopedics, diabetes and endocrinology, nephrology, neurology and neurosurgery, and is the only hospital in Iowa to be nationally ranked by U.S. News and World Report for children’s care. A new 190-bed children’s hospital opened in February 2017. 

The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity I affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.

Contact Info

For more information contact:

Rami Boutros, MD, MBA

Clinical Professor of Pediatrics

Division Director, General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine

Executive Medical Director, Off-site Ambulatory Programs

rami-boutros@uiowa.edu

 Visit us on the web at: www.uichildrens.org.  

 To apply for this position please visit The University of Iowa website at http://jobs.uiowa.edu , requisition number 74023.

University of Iowa Stead Family Department of Pediatrics seeks a Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics physician.  Appointment rank is open and may be to either the tenure track or clinical (non-tenure) track consistent with clinical experience and research interest.  Appointment rank to Associate of Pediatrics (non-tenure track) may also be considered.  The individual selected will join the Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics to provide patient care, teaching, and consultative services. The Division is comprised of nine faculty, and is a national leader in research, with three successful NIH-funded investigators.  The Division works closely with the University of Iowa Center for Disabilities and Development, which has been Iowa’s University Center for Excellence on Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) since 1972. The Center for Disabilities and Development integrates a broad array of clinical services in one location, including developmental and behavioral pediatrics, psychology, speech-language pathology, occupational and physical therapy, social work, education, audiology, and nursing, and thus provides an ideal environment for exceptional patient care, education and research. The Center is also the home of Iowa’s LEND (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities) program, and has provided outstanding interdisciplinary training in neurodevelopmental disabilities for over two decades.

 Requirements:

Must hold an MD/DO degree, or equivalent

Board certified or eligible in Pediatrics, or equivalent

Board certified or eligible in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, or equivalent

License or eligible for licensure in the State of Iowa

Desirable qualifications:

Clinical experience in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

Experience in patient-oriented research

Teaching competence in pediatrics for medical students and residents

Evidence of scholarly activity

Strong oral and written communication and interpersonal skills

 The University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine is one of the top biomedical research institutions in the nation and ranked 38th overall by the 2020 U.S. News & World Report and 41st among public medical schools for NIH funding in FY18.  Stead Family Department of Pediatrics ranked 27th in NIH funding among all public pediatric departments nationwide in FY19. The ACGME-accredited pediatric residency program at the Children’s Hospital trains 47 pediatric residents.

 The Stead Family Department of Pediatrics comprises the medical and research staff of University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital, one of the nation’s top-ranked pediatric care and research institutions. It is the only university-affiliated hospital in Iowa devoted solely to the care of infants, children, adolescents and young adults, and is Iowa’s only accredited Level 1 Regional Resource Pediatric Trauma Center. In 2019-2020 University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital ranked in six pediatric specialties in the Best Children’s Hospitals U.S. News and World Report, including neonatology, orthopedics, diabetes and endocrinology, nephrology, neurology and neurosurgery, and is the only hospital in Iowa to be nationally ranked by U.S. News and World Report for children’s care. A new 190-bed children’s hospital opened in February 2017. 

The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity I affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.

Contact Info

For more information contact:

Lane Strathearn, MBBS, PhD

Professor of Pediatrics

Director, Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

Physician Director, Center for Disabilities and Development

William E. Bell/Gail A. McGuiness Chair for Pediatric Neurodevelopment

lane-strathearn@uiowa.edu

 

Visit us on the web at: www.uichildrens.org.  

To apply for this position please visit The University of Iowa website at http://jobs.uiowa.edu , requisition number 74058.

 

The Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship Program at Children’s Hospital of Montefiore, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NY has an available first year fellow position starting from July 1, 2021.

This Pediatric Pulmonary fellowship program is a 3-year, ACGME-accredited program. Our fellowship program provides comprehensive training with a balance of clinical, research and educational experiences.  The Pulmonary division at Children’s  Hospital at Montefiore provides multidisciplinary services including Asthma center, Technology Dependent Center, Sleep Disorder Center, Neuromuscular clinic, ADAM (Aero digestive) clinic , BPD clinic and Interstitial disease program as a part of childhood interstitial disease program network. We are also in the planning process of developing new lung transplant center and expansion of sleep center. We offer well-equipped bronchoscopy facility and PFT laboratory including exercised testing. Our fellows participate in variety of educational conferences and are involved in both clinical and bench research and Quality improvement projects.

Interested applicants are encouraged to contact Gladys Padilla, Fellowship Coordinator, email- gpadilla@montefiore.org  Tel- 718-515-2330. 

Contact Info

Interested applicants are encouraged to contact Gladys Padilla, Fellowship Coordinator, email- gpadilla@montefiore.org  Tel- 718-515-2330. 

Phoenix Children's Hospital is proud to offer a Pediatric Urgent Care Fellowship for academic year 2021-2020, commencing in July of 2021. We currenlty have 1 open position. Given the increasing number of pediatric urgent care centers nationally, most pediatric residents graduate wihtout adaquate exposure to the urgent care experience and the carreer opportunities that it offers. This is the perfect opportunity for someone interested in acute care pediatrics, including procedures, but not the high acuity and complicated patients of the pediatric emergency room. 

Phoenix Children's Hospital is offering a 1 year program designed to train graduating residents (pediatrics and family practice) and general pediatricians to practice in this high acuity, fast-paced enviornment. Our goal is to create experts in the emerging field of pediatric urgent care medicine who will become leaders in the field. Phoenix Children's Hospital has four urgent care centers at 4 courners of the city providing care to over 50,000 patients per year, combined at all sites. The urgent care centers function with the backup of the PCH pediatric emergency department that is readily accessible and has over 85,000 annual visits as well as a tertiary main campus for inpatient and subspecialty care. The fellows will be trained and supervised by general pediatricians and pediatric emergency medicine faculty and fellows who all cover the urgent care sites. Physicians, from the entire spectrum of subspecialists, are on call for both the urgent care as well as the emergency department. 

Urgent care fellows will spend the majority of their time working in the urgent care centers with rotations in Peds ED, procedural Peds ED, Sports Medicine, Radiology, Dermatology and multipspecialty electives. This fellowship is anticipated to produce well trainined and motivated urgent care physicians for whom the demand is expected to increase both internally and externally. We hope to hire as many as possible with a competative compensation package that recognizes the formal urgent care training and experience upon completion of fellowship. Interested candidates can email me or the program administrator, Ms. Christina Ash, at cash@phoenixchildrens.com for additional information or visit our website at https://www.phoenixchildrens.org/graduate-medical-education/fellowship-programs/pediatric-urgent-care-fellowship

Thank you,

 

Dr. Chris Ramsook, MD

Program Director, Pediatric Urgent Care Fellowship

Attending Physician, Emergency Department

Attending Physiciain, Urgent Care Services

Phoenix Children's Hospital

cramsook@phoenixchildrens.com

Contact Info

Christina Ash

PUC Fellowship Administrator

Phoenix Children's Hospital

P: 602-933-1134

E: cash@phoenixchildrens.com

The Phoenix Children's Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program is seeking a first year pediatric endocrinology fellow to begin fellowship on July 2021. The fellowship program provides a comprehensive clinical experience and research training in the field of Pediatric Endocrinology.

For more information about our program, please check out website: https://www.phoenixchildrens.org/graduate-medical-education/fellowship-programs/pediatric-endocrinology-diabetes-fellowship

 

Contact Info

Please contact Camilla Mendell (Program Administrator) at cmendell@phoenixchildrens.com and please attach a copy of your current CV.

The mission of the General Internal Medicine Research Fellowship at Weill Cornell Medicine is to train physicians
for academic careers in primary care, hospital medicine, and health services research.

This innovative mentored research fellowship focuses on physicians who aim to become extramurally funded
independent health services researchers. Our program is uniquely designed todeepen trainees’ understanding of health care, local and international healthcare delivery systems, epidemiology of disease, and interventions to improve health outcomes. We offer tracks in global health, health equity, healthcare fragmentation, healthcare delivery, health policy, implementation science, and community engaged research.

How to apply: Eligible applicants are graduates of internal medicine, medicine-pediatrics, or family medicine
residency training programs who express a commitment to become clinician-scientists. Applicants with prior research experience or fellowships and with Masters or PhD degrees inaddition to an MD are encouraged to apply; the program can be adapted to provide them with more advanced training. Women and minorities are strongly
encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline: Rolling Admission

Contact Info

For more information and to apply, please visit the webpage at:

https://medicine.weill.cornell.edu/divisions-programs/general-internal-medicine/education/general-internal-medicine-research-fellowship 

 

 

 

The University of Wisconsin & UW Health in Madison, WI has an opening for a Pediatric Infectious Disease fellowship training position starting July 1, 2021. The goals of our 3-year ACGME- accredited program are to train fellows to become outstanding, independent physicians or physician-scientists and to prepare them for academic careers.  We can also accommodate dual training for Med/Peds trained residents in collaboration with our Adult Infectious Diseases training program through special arrangements.  Our trainees see patients at all major hospitals in Madison, though primary activities are at the state-of-the-art American Family Children’s Hospital, and we draw referrals from a 5 state region.

For their scholarly work, fellows may pursue a variety of basic science, translational, or clinical projects, including both research and quality improvement initiatives. There are multiple opportunities within our division, the Department of Medicine’s Allergy & Immunology and Infectious Diseases divisions, the campus wide Global Health Institute, as well as across the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus and with the Wisconsin State Lab of Hygiene and with Wisconsin Dept of Health Services.  In depth research experience is supported by a National Institutes of Health (NIH) T32 Training Grant, which is part of a longstanding UW-Madison training program in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases.

In our program, you’ll work as part of a dynamic team in a vibrant city that is frequently ranked among the very best places to live in the nation.  Please feel free to visit our website for further information about our program: https://www.pediatrics.wisc.edu/education/fellowship-programs/infectious-diseases-fellowship/

Contact Info

If interested, please submit a personal statement, CV, Medical School Transcript, USMLE or COMLEX scores (all steps), and names of 3 references to:

Taylor Johnson

Pediatric Fellowship Coordinator

tmjohnson@pediatrics.wisc.edu

(608) 265-9507

The Penn State Health Children’s Hospital has TWO openings for Pediatric Hematology/Oncology fellowship training starting July 1, 2021. The goals of this 3-year ACGME- accredited program are to train fellows to become outstanding, independent physicians or physician-scientists and to prepare them for an academic career incorporating clinical care, research and education. Fellows have multiple opportunities to learn from and work with world-class clinicians and scientists.

Our patient care and research are conducted at the Penn State Health Children’s Hospital at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Penn State College of Medicine located in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Our clinical enterprise provides state-of-the-art, comprehensive, family-centered care for patients, ages 0 to 21 years old, with a suspected or diagnosed cancer or hematologic disorder. We have established a number of formal pediatric clinical programs, including hematopoietic stem cell transplant and cellular therapy, experimental therapeutics, neuro-oncology, sickle cell disease, hemophilia, neurofibromatosis and pediatric oncology survivorship. We are certified to deliver innovative cellular therapies including Kymriah.

For their scholarly work, fellows may choose to pursue a basic science/translational laboratory- or clinical research- based track. There are numerous research opportunities including those within our division, Penn State Cancer Institute and the Penn State College of Medicine. For those pursuing clinical research, formal clinical research programs are offered through the Department of Public Health Sciences located on the Hershey campus.  For more information on the program visit https://residency.med.psu.edu/programs/pediatric-hematology-oncology-fellowship/

Contact Info

If interested, please submit a personal statement, CV, USMLE or COMPLEX scores (all steps) and names of at least 3 references to:

Jennifer Gebhart

Pediatric Fellowship Subspecialties Program Coordinator

jgebhart1@pennstatehealth.psu.edu

(717) 531-5458

A fantastic opportunity is available for training in an ACGM-accredited, highly acclaimed academic Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Fellowship starting in July 2021 at UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital / Angie Fowler AYA Cancer / Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. The trainee will be mentored by a world-class faculty with expertise in general pediatric oncology, hematology, sickle cell disease, thrombotic & coagulation disorders, AYA oncology, immunotherapy, brain tumors, bone marrow transplantation and cell therapy. The 3-year fellowship curriculum includes a fully-immersed clinical year followed by 2 years devoted to pursuing academic research project(s) with protected time, continuity clinic and consultation serive skills. Trainees will also be mentored in grant writing, public presentation and teaching. Qualified canddiate should have prior direct patient contact clinical experience in general pediatrics and have passed all USMLE examinations before matriculation. We are experienced in sponsoring a variety of visa to qualified candidates.

Contact Info

Please contact Dr. Alex Huang, MD, PhD, Director of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Fellowship at alex.huang@uhhospitals.org or call at 216-368-1271. Additional information can be obtained by visiting www.huanglab.com

Pediatric Hematology Oncology  Fellowship Program

UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital, Los Angeles, CA

The Department of Pediatrics Division of Pediatric Hematology Oncology has two positions available for a first-year fellow in pediatric hematology/oncology starting July 8, 2021. This is a three-year ACGME- accredited clinical training program.

Prerequisite training: The applicant must have completed three years of Pediatric Residency n an approved training program and provide recommendations from the training program. Must have completed medical school in the U.S., Canada or be ECFMG-certified if an international medical graduate.

Trainees must have successfully passed all three steps of the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) including the clinical skills portion. Fellows must be able to obtain a California unrestricted medical license prior to beginning fellowship training. Candidates should have ideally completed residency in the U.S.

Program Goals: to produce a well-trained pediatric clinical hematologist/oncology who is capable of conducting independent research. Opportunities are available for clinical, translational or basic sciences research.

Contact Info

Contact Information

Alice del Rosario
Program Coordinator
adelrosario@mednet.ucla.edu
(310) 825-6861

Gavin D. Roach, MD, MS
Fellowship Program Director
groach@mednet.ucla.edu

We have an opening for a PL-4 1st year fellow in our fully-accredited Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship for July 2021.   We have approximately 400 admissions per year, with an average daily census of 27.  We provide all except congenital heart surgery and ECMO.  Fellows take in-house call an average 1 night in 6.  Loyola University Medical Center is located in the near-western suburbs of Chicago. 

Details of our program are on our website: https://loyolamedicine.org/gme/neonatology-fellowship .

Applicants must have completed an accredited US or Canadian residency.  We support J-1 visas.

Contact Info

Natanya Diaz, MS-IMC, C-TAGME

Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Coordinator

natanya.diaz@luhs.org

An exciting opportunity is now open for the recruitment of an outstanding pediatricians for a Subspecialty career in Pediatric Hematology-Oncology by participating in the highly rated, ACGME-accredited Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Fellowship Training Program at UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital / Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine from July 2021 through July 2024. The 3-year program is designed to train physicians and physician-scientists in preparation for successful careers in academic Pediatric Hematology-Oncology. During the first year, fellows receive intensive training in inpatient, outpatient and consultation settings under the supervision of renowned clinical faculty with significant clinical and national consortia expertise. The fellows are responsible for the diagnosis and care of children and adolescents with a wide variety of clinical problems in hematology, coagulation disorders, oncology, and hematopoietic stem cell transplantations. Building upon this strong clinical skills and background, fellows then enter thesis-driven basic, translational or clinical research training during the second and third years of fellowship, with opportunities to engage world-class research mentors in cutting-edge investigations including immuno-oncology, chemo-prevention, molecular and cellular coagulation pathogenesis, global health Sickle Cell Disease, novel CAR T therapy development, laboratory-based cellular and molecular transplantation biology and immunology, epigenetic therapies and AYA cancers through division faculty research laboratories as well as the NCI-designated Case Comprehensive Cancer Center. At the successful conclusion of fellowship training, trainees will be eligible to participate in Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Board examination as administered by the American Board of Pediatrics.

Applicant must have completed STEP I/II/III examinations prior to matriculation, as well as ECFMG Certification (for IMG candidates).

Applicants with H1B or J1 visa are encouraged to apply.

For additional information, please visit: https://www.uhhospitals.org/rainbow/the-center-of-pediatric-education/pediatric-fellowship-training-programs/pediatric-hematology-oncology-fellowship

Contact Info

Please contact Program Direct Alex Huang, MD, PhD (www.huanglab.com) for more information. Dr. Huang can be reached at alex.huang@uhhospitals.org, alex.y.huang@case.edu or by calling 216-368-1271.

The Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has a nationally recognized fellowship program designed to train specialist pediatricians seeking a career in academic pediatric hematology/oncology. The goals of our fellowship program are to develop outstanding clinicians who possess an in-depth experience in the evaluation, treatment and management of children with hematologic and oncologic diseases, and to develop high quality physician investigators who are wll suited to pursue academic careers focused on clinical or laboratory research. Our ACGME-accredited training program is a 3-year fellowship involving a comprehensive clinical curriculum spanning the scope of our specialty, as well as an individualized program of clinical or basic science investigation. Please see our website for more information:

https://pediatrics.wustl.edu/hemonc/Fellowship

Applicants must complete an ACGME-accredited pediatric residency or other suitable training prior to their appointment date. Interested applicants should reach out to Katrina Crawford (crawfordk@wustl.edu). Qualified applicants will then be invited to submit a complete application, including a Curriculum Vitae, personal statement, medical school transcript, USMLE or COMLEX scores, Dean's letter and three letters of reference. We welcome applications from international graduates who have completed an ACGME-accredited pediatrics residency, and those that may require J-1 visa sponsorship. Competitve applicants will be offered an interview, which are currently being held via Zoom.

Contact Info

Katrina Crawford

Fellowship Coordinator

crawfordk@wustl.edu

 

Laura Schuettpelz, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Director, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

Washington University School of Medicine

schuettpelz_l@wustl.edu

The University of Wisconsin Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes Fellowship program, has an open position for the 2021-2022 academic year and would appreciate dissemination of this information to residents making late decisions about fellowship training.

The University of Wisconsin Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes Fellowship program, located in Madison, Wisconsin, is an NIH T32-supported ACGME fully accredited three year subspecialty program that provides comprehensive clinical training, a broad spectrum of research opportunities, and exceptional mentoring and education by dedicated, approachable, and knowledgeable faculty. Fellows who successfully complete this program will meet the requirements for application to the American Board of Pediatrics certifying exam in Pediatric Endocrinology.

Clinical training is broad in scope, and well balanced between general endocrinology and diabetes in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Patient care is concentrated at the University of Wisconsin American Family Children’s Hospital, which serves a population of over two million with over 3,500 endocrinology and 1,500 diabetes visits per year. Our Program emphasizes advanced technologies and tools for comprehensive diabetes and endocrine disorder management, and includes special exposure to Type 1 DiabetesType 2 DiabetesMedical Ethics, Endocrine Oncology, Polycystic Ovarian SyndromeFamily Lipid disordersPediatric FitnessGenetics, Bone clinic, Transgender PATH clinic, Endocrine Laboratory Medicine, Adult Endocrinology, and Endocrine Disease Imaging.

Research training is distinguished by the wide array of topic choices, genuine opportunities for fellow initiated projects, and close mentorship. The Program provides a unique two month period during the first year for research topic exploration and project preparation, and eight months in years 2 and 3 that are dedicated to and protected for research. The program’s excellence as a research training environment is recognized by NIH T32 grant support, awarded to just a handful of Divisions of Pediatric Endocrinology in the country. 

The enthusiasm, success and happiness of our fellows serves as a motivator for enthusiasm, success and happiness of the division overall. Fellows play an active role in the division’s growth, decision-making and become a part of our family well beyond the 3 years of fellowship. We look forward to having you join our team!

Contact Info

Please contact our Fellowship Coordinator, Taylor Johnson (tmjohnson25@wisc.edu, 608-265-9507) with any questions.

A PGY-3 position in the Pediatrics Residency Training Program at New York Presbyterian-Cornell campus is available starting July 1, 2021. For more information about our program, please see our website at: 

https://pediatrics.weill.cornell.edu/residency-program

Interested applicants should submit:

  • A letter of interest, which includes your reason for requesting transfer
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • 2-3 letters of recommendation
  • USMLE Steps I, II; Step III score if taken
  • Valid ECFMG Certificate, if applicable
  • Medical School Performance Evaluation (Dean's Letter)
  • Name and contact information for your current program director

*Please note that NYP only accepts J-1 visas.

Contact Info

Please email or fax the information to:
Jennifer DiPace, MD
Pediatrics Residency Program Director
jed9008@med.cornell.edu or fax 212-746-3140

First year fellow in Pediatric Endocrinology – available July 1st, 2021

SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University, Brooklyn, NY 

 

The Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program at SUNY Downstate Medical Center (Brooklyn, NY) is seeking a qualified candidate for a first-year fellow position. Our program is ACGME-accredited.

Candidates must be completing or have completed residency in an ACGME or ACGME-I accredited Pediatric residency program.

The accepted candidate will have great opportunities to get an extensive exposure and training in the field of clinical pediatric endocrinology as well as clinical research. 

 Interested candidates should e-mail the following:

  1. Curriculum vitae
  2. USMLE transcript
  3. Personal statement

 to the contact information below.

Contact Info

Vatcharapan Umpaichitra, MD, Program Director

Vatcharapan.Umpaichitra@downstate.edu

Cleveland Clinic Children’s announces the expansion of their Pediatric Hematology/Oncology fellowship program and will be seeking one additional fellow to join our team in July 2021. Recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a national leader, Cleveland Clinic Children’s ranks in 10 out of 10 children’s specialties and provides an outstanding opportunity for the future pediatric hematologist-oncologists to learn to diagnose and treat a broad range of common and rare blood disorders and cancer. Beginning July 2021, our program will accept 2 fellows per year. Fellows will benefit from the knowledge and mentorship of our robust faculty consisting of 15 members with diverse backgrounds and interests. The care of children with cancer and blood disease is truly a team effort, and our fellows will also learn from close work with colleagues from other medical and surgical disciplines, as well as nurse-practitioners, social work, nursing and many other members of the team. Our goal is to train future leaders in the field of pediatric hematology/oncology and BMT.

 

Eligible trainees must be graduates of the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACMGE) approved residency in the United States.

 

For more information regarding our program, please visit our website at:

https://my.clevelandclinic.org/pediatrics/medical-professionals/fellowships/hematology-oncology

Contact Info

Contact information:

Interested applicants should reach out to Program Coordinator, Katie Hill, at hillk12@ccf.org or (216) 337-0421.

We are currently accepting applications for two PGY-4 Pediatric Chief Residents for the 2021-22 academic year.

The Pediatric Chief Resident position at Upstate is a year-long leadership experience offering a blend of educational, academic, administrative, and clinical opportunities. The chiefs organize conferences for our housestaff, including board reviews and bi-weekly noon report. They also play a critical role in the education of third-year clerkship students. The chief residents support program leadership by serving as a liaison between the housestaff and program directors and coordinators. Chief residents also participate in resident recruitment and interviewing applicants to our program. The two chiefs work together to coordinate their schedule; this ensures complete coverage of administrative responsibilities and allows for flexibility for each chief to pursue their clinical, educational, or research interests. Our program encourages scholarship for our chief residents, and allocates funding for chiefs to attend one national conference during the year.

The chief residency year offers invaluable preparation for a career in general academic pediatrics, general pediatric practice, or as a stepping stone to subspecialty fellowship training. If you are currently a PGY-3 pediatric resident in a US residency program who would like an additional year of experience in a position customized to your academic and professional interests, we would love to hear from you!

Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and updated CV to:

Patty Mondore, Pediatrics Residency Program Administrator, mondorep@upstate.edu

If you have additional questions feel free to email our program director, Dr. Elizabeth Nelsen at nelsene@upstate.edu or our current chiefs, Drs. Valerie Ho and Scott Corrigan at pedchiefsuny@gmail.com.

Contact Info

Patty Mondore, Pediatric Residency Program Administrator

mondorep@upstate.edu

The Division of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology at Duke University Medical Center announces the availability of a fellowship position in our 3 year training program starting on July 2021. We are seeking potential candidates who are interested in a career in Pediatric Hematology-Oncology. Eligible candidates will need to have completed residency training by June 30, 2021.

The Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Fellowship Training Program at Duke University Medical Center is designed to provide a diversified, multi-disciplinary educational environment that will allow the fellow to develop both the clinical and research skills necessary to become an academic pediatric hematologist/oncologist.  The program is dedicated to developing individual careers by providing a strong basic foundation in clinical and laboratory research that allows each trainee freedom to choose their career goals.

The first year of fellowship is an intensive clinical experience designed to allow the fellow to develop skills in diagnosis and current therapy for pediatric hematologic and oncologic problems.  By providing a broad exposure to both common and unusual problems in pediatric hematology, oncology, neuro-oncology, and blood and marrow transplant the fellow will become competent in treating oncologic and hematologic disorders in children.  Fellows are introduced to the broad array of research opportunities available throughout Duke University Medical Center in their first year.  During the second and third years of training, our fellows pursue independent research projects under the direct supervision of qualified research mentors selected from across the medical, graduate and undergraduate campus.

We are seeking potential candidates who are interested in an academic career in Pediatric Hematology or Oncology. We understand that there may be residents at your program who recently developed an interest in this field, after the conclusion of the PHO national match.  Please feel free to share this information with them.

Individuals who would like to learn more about the program can contact Dr. Jennifer Rothman, Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Program Director by calling 919-684-3401 or by email at jennifer.rothman@duke.edu.

Contact Info

Dr. Jennifer Rothman, Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Program Director by calling 919-684-3401 or by email at jennifer.rothman@duke.edu

St Louis Children's Hospital is a major regional care center, and offers fellows a large, diverse patient population and exposure to a wide variety of endocrine diseases. Fellows complete inpatient and outpatient rotations at St Louis Children's Hospital, didactic conferences, research training, and a metabolic bone disease rotation at Shriners Hospital for Children. Sub-specialty rotations take place in the following clinics: DSD, Turners, neuro oncology, and transgender. To learn more, please visit our webpage: http://pediatrics.wustl.edu/endodiabetes/Fellowship/Program-Overview

Application Process: 

Applicants must demonstrate that they will complete an ACGME-accredited pediatric residency or other training judged suitable by the program director prior to the anticipated appointment date.  Applicants are required to complete their application packet prior to receiving an offer for an interview.  This consists of:       

1.      Curriculum Vitae

2.      Personal statement

3.      Medical School Transcripts

4.      Dean’s Letter (MSPE)

5.      Three letters of reference

The fellowship director reviews completed applications. Competitive applicants are invited for an interview, which consists of a meeting with the program director and faculty members.  No applicant will be considered for the program without an interview. Applicants also meet with current fellows. All interviews are currently being held via Zoom.

International Medical Graduates

Washington University welcomes applications from international medical graduates who have completed an ACGME-accredited general pediatrics residency. We welcome well-qualified candidates who may require a J-1 Visa sponsorship. Learn more about the Graduate Medical Office (GME) requirements for international medical graduates and resources available from the Office for International Students and Scholars.

 

 

Contact Info

Jennifer Sprague, MD, PhD
Fellowship Program Director
spraguej@wustl.edu

 

Jennifer Boudreau
Fellowship Program Coordinator
Jboudreau@wustl.edu

PGY-4 PEDIATRIC ENDOCRINOLOGY FELLOWSHIP POSITION

AVAILABLE JULY 1, 2021

STONY BROOK CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

STONY BROOK, NEW YORK

The Stony Brook Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program on Long Island, New York, is currently accepting applications for a PGY-4 fellowship position starting July 1, 2021. Our program boasts a strong academic foundation, dedicated faculty, and enthusiastic fellows.  We offer exciting research opportunities, diverse patient population, and a wide variety of pathologies in a supportive and challenging environment. In addition to the traditional three-year Pediatric Endocrinology program, we offer a combined four-year adult-pediatric program in conjunction with our adult Endocrinology colleagues.

Please feel free to visit our website for further information about our program: https://medicine.stonybrookmedicine.edu/pediatrics/fellowship/endocrinology

Applicants must successfully complete a US Pediatric Residency and have taken and passed Step III of the USMLE or COMLEX exams. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by fax or email to:

Corinne O’Day Pediatric Fellowship Coordinator fax (631) 444-2894 phone (631) 444-6706 corinne.o’day@stonybrookmedicine.edu

The following items must be included with your initial submission:

  • Curriculum vitae ?Three letters of recommendation ?USMLE transcript including Steps I and II CK and CS, and Step III scores ?Medical School Performance evaluation (Dean’s letter) ?Name and contact information for your program director ?Valid ECFMG Certificate, if applicable (Please note that we only support J-1 Visas)

 

Contact Info

Andrew Lane, MD
Program Director
Pediatric Endocrinology
Phone: 631-444-3429
Fax: 641-444-6045
Email: andrew.lane@stonybrookmedicine.edu

Or

Corinne O'Day
Fellowship Coordinator
Phone: 631-444-6706
Fax: 631-444-2894
corinne.o'day@stonybrookmedicine.edu

The UCSF Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program is seeking a first year pediatric hematology/oncology fellow to begin fellowship on July 2021. The fellowship is funded by the National Institutes of Health and is accredited by the Council for Graduate Medical Education of the American Medical Association, and the Sub-Board of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. The fellowship program provides a comprehensive clinical experience and excellent research training in the field of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. The selected applicant will join a talented group of physicians including clinicians, researchers and educators at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in San Francisco, California. UCSF Pediatric Hematology/Oncology is one of the largest tertiary referral centers in Northern California, providing comprehensive care to children with benign hematology conditions and malignancies.

For more information about our program, please see our website: https://pediatrics.ucsf.edu/hematologyoncology

Contact Info

Interested applicants should send their CV to cherise.masunaga@ucsf.edu, Fellowship Coordinator.

The pediatric residency program at Tufts Children's Hospital at Tufts Medical Center, located in Boston, MA, is accepting applications for one PL-2 position beginning in July 2021.  Our program offers broad clinical exposures in a supportive environment.  We also offer a highly individualized and flexible curriculum, giving the residents the opportunity to pursue their personal interests, while fulfilling their training requirements.  The size of our program ensures individual attention, and the Boston location provides a wide variety of patient experiences. 

Applicants should be in good standing in an ACGME accredited program and have permission of their current Program Director to interview

Interested candidates should email a letter on interest, including reason for transfer, and CV to Sara Ross, MD, Pediatric Residency Director at pedsresidency@tuftsmedicalcenter.org

For more information about our residency program, please visit:

https://www.tuftschildrenshospital.org/Training-and-Education/Pediatric-Residency-Program

Contact Info

Sara Ross, MD, Program Director

Adrianna Serrao, Program Coordinator

Phone: 6176365078

Email: pedsresidency@tuftsmedicalcenter.org

Mount Sinai Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Hospitalist

We are seeking candidates for a hospitalist position in our level IV NICU. Successful applicants will be energetic BE/BC pediatricians interested in high acuity neonatal intensive care. Applicants should have a strong interest in clinical service and multidisciplinary collaboration.  NICU Hospitalists work exclusively in the NICU, rounding with the interdisciplinary NICU team, attending high-risk deliveries and ground transports, and performing a wide array of NICU-based procedures on a shift-based schedule.

  • Neonatal hospitalists serve as frontline providers for a complex array of patients including:
    • ELBW infants
    • Complex surgical patients
    • Infants with congenital heart disease
    • Infants with rare metabolic conditions
    • Infants requiring ECMO support
  • There is opportunity and education to achieve procedural competency for intubation, umbilical and PICC line placement, as well as other common neonatal procedures
  • There is opportunity to collaborate on quality improvement and clinical research projects
  • Our average daily census is 50
  • We have an active delivery service with over 8,000 babies born at Mount Sinai each year
  • The Mount Sinai NICU is a Regional Perinatal Center with a robust transfer service
  • The NICU team includes 19 neonatologists across two campuses, 7 NICU fellows, pediatric residents, medical students, 14 advanced practitioners who specialize in newborn care, and more than 125 full-time nurses, as well as dedicated NICU respiratory therapists, social workers, lactation consultants, rehabilitation specialists, music therapists and child life specialists.

This is an excellent opportunity both for career hospitalists and for recent residency graduates considering future training in neonatal-perinatal medicine.

Who we are:

The mission of the Mount Sinai Health System is to provide compassionate patient care with seamless coordination and to advance medicine through unrivaled education, research, and outreach in the many diverse communities we serve.

Formed in September 2013, The Mount Sinai Health System combines the excellence of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai with seven premier hospital campuses, including Mount Sinai Beth Israel, Mount Sinai Brooklyn, The Mount Sinai Hospital, Mount Sinai Queens, Mount Sinai West, Mount Sinai Morningside, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai, and Mount Sinai South Nassau.

The Mount Sinai Health System is committed to the tenets of diversity and workforce that are strengthened by the inclusion of and respect for our differences. We offer our employees, over 35,000 strong, a highly competitive compensation and benefits package, a 403(b) retirement plan, and much more.

The Mount Sinai Health System is an equal opportunity employer. We promote recognition and respect for individual and cultural differences, and we work to make our employees feel valued and appreciated, whatever their race, gender, background, or sexual orientation. EOE Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans.

Contact Info

Interested applicants should forward their CV to:

Dr. Courtney Juliano, Medical Director of the Mount Sinai Hospital NICU

Courtney.Juliano@mssm.edu

Join our growing graduate medical education efforts in our thriving academic center! Our pediatric residency program is a novel educationally driven program that graduated our first class in June 2017. Visit our website to learn about our unique and innovative programs.  https://www.hopkinsallchildrens.org/Academics/Education/Office-of-Medical-Education

 In 2011, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital became the first fully-integrated member of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Enterprise outside of Baltimore. For more on our hospital visit: www.hopkinsallchildrens.org. We are a free standing children’s hospital in beautiful, sunny St Petersburg, Florida: a short drive from Tampa and the Gulf of Mexico beaches.

  Job Summary:

The Medical Education Coordinator will provide administrative support for the JHACH Pediatric Residency program through data management, coordination of special events and records retention. JHACH programs operate primarily under a centralized coordination model. This is a full-time weekday position.

 Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Education, Communication or related field
  • Minimum of one year in administrative capacity in graduate medical education
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, problem-solving and organizational skills
  • Experience with data management systems/software
  • Experience with New Innovations Residency Management and Microsoft Excel highly desired
  • C-TAGME certification highly desired

 Job Duties:

  • Collect and maintain credentialing data and records, i.e. rotations, procedure logs, etc.
  • Coordinate recruitment and orientation
  • Prepare requested program surveys
  • Provide accurate trainee information and documentation
  • Prepare for and support ACGME site visits
  • Manage residents and program documenation through New Innovations
  • Maintain confidential and accurate records for each trainee
  • Coordination of seasonal event details as assigned.
  • Coordination of necessary faculty and trainee meetings

Contact Info

Please send resume to Anne Altstadt, anne.altstadt@jhmi.edu or fax: 727-767-8804

Pediatric Infectious Diseases Health Sciences Assistant/Associate Faculty, Job number JPF05930

RECRUITMENT PERIOD

Open date: October 15, 2020

Next Review date: Monday, November 16, 2020 at 11:59PM (PT). Apply by this date to ensure full consideration by the committee.

Final date: Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at 11:59PM (PT). Applications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled.

DESCRIPTION

The Department of Pediatrics, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital seek an experienced Pediatric Infectious Diseases specialist interested in full-time academic clinical practice. Applicants must be board certified/eligible in Pediatric Infectious Diseases. This position involves inpatient and outpatient ID at UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital, UCLA Santa Monica Hospital and affiliated clinics encompassing a diverse range of patient populations including immunocompromised patients, solid organ and hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients, and general infectious diseases patients, teaching of fellows and residents, and participation in research or other scholarly endeavors. The appointment will be in the Health Sciences series; academic rank will be commensurate with experience.

All interested applicants. please submit a letter of interest and CV to the following link: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF05930

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy, see: UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action Policy.

JOB LOCATION

Los Angeles, CA

REQUIREMENTS

1. Curriculum Vtate- your most recent CV

2. Statement of Research (optional)

3. Statement of Teaching (optional)

4. Statement of Contributions to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion - an EDI statement describes a faculty candidate's past, present and future (planned) contributions to equity, diversity and inclusion. To learn more about how UCLA thinks about contributions toward equity, diversity and inclusion, please review our Sample Guidance for Candidates and related EDI Statement FAQ document.

5. Miscellaneous/Additonal (optional)

REFERENCE REQUIREMENTS

4-6 Letters of Reference required

Contact Info

Dr. Grace Aldrovandi

Division Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases

c/o Academic Human Resources

10833 Le Conte Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90095-1752