Director of Virology
We are seeking a Director of Clinical Virology Program with a special interest in virology as it pertains to the immunocompromised host. This senior-level position enlists a candidate’s breadth of interests in teaching, the practice of clinical medicine and research and is currently available with The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Ranked as one of the top two cancer centers and nominated in four other categories by U.S. News & World Report, MD Anderson is internationally acknowledged for integrated programs in patient care, research, education and prevention.
Description and Qualifications:
The physician joining us will provide a balanced, integrated educational program for medical fellows and residents who rotate through the Department of infectious Diseases, Infection Control and Employee Health; actively engage in clinical and bench research and scholarly activities with special interest in Infections and Cancer; and develop and maintain a clinical practice for referred patients. This position participates in developing clinical trial protocols; provides expertise in patient care management and an appropriate teaching environment for fellows, residents and students; serves on institutional and hospital committees; and participates in teaching and continuing education conferences. Qualified applicants will have an M.D. degree, completed residency, board certification in Internal Medicine and board eligibility or certification in Infectious Diseases.
Please forward inquiries and C.V. to: Issam I. Raad, M.D., Chairman, or Kenneth Rolston, M.D., Deputy Chairman, Department of Infectious Diseases, Infection Control and Employee Health, 1515 Holcombe Blvd., Box 402, Houston, TX 77030; or by fax: (713) 792-8233; or email: email@example.com For additional information, please call (713) 792-7943.
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