Seeking a Chief of Genetics and Metabolism. The division has a long history of clinical and academic excellence with an active fellowship program. There is potential for growth of the Division due to new community hospital network affiliations, and this is an exciting opportunity to lead this phase of program development.
- Candidates should have experience in dysmorphology, prenatal genetic and cancer genetic counseling
- Working history with physicians, trainees, genetic counselors, and administrative support personnel
- Exhibit strong interpersonal and clinical skills
The position involves evaluation of patients of all ages with genetic conditions, including pregnant women, newborn infants, children, and adults. Research experience and an interest in clinical and translational research will be considered as a strong asset for prospective candidates. Outstanding opportunities for clinical practice, teaching and research as well as competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package. Candidates must also qualify for a faculty appointment at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor of Pediatrics.
Contact: Neal Fenster