The Emory University School of Medicine / Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition is seeking an exceptional physician for a full-time faculty position at the Assistant/Associate Professor level. The candidate must be BE/BC and have an interest in gastroenterology. The position includes both inpatient and outpatient care, as well as teaching colleagues, fellows, residents, and medical students. The candidate will be provided the opportunity to care for patients in general GI clinic and pursue development of, or augment existing clinical programs. The Division is actively engaged in a wide variety of clinical/research programs including the following: aerodigestive, eosinophilic GI diseases, IBD, intestinal rehabilitation, weight/wellness, feeding, autism, fatty liver disease, endoscopy/advanced endoscopy, pancreatic disorders and hepatology/transplant.
The Division includes 14 full time faculty with a variety of academic interests, and includes 8 faculty members with extramural funding. Program strengths include hepatology and IBD and is engaged in many of the national consortiums including the following: ChiLDReN, ITCH, PUSH, NASH CRN, SPLIT, RISK, PROTECT, and multiple industry-supported trials. The Division boasts an exceptional training program including 6 fellows and a transplant hepatology fellow; and has been awarded a translational NIDDK T32 training grant.
CHOA and Emory University School of Medicine offer an exceptional clinical and academic atmosphere for clinical care and professional development. A new building program starting with the 260,000 sq. ft. Center for Advanced Pediatrics (CAP) is slated to open in 2018 and will house GI, Hepatology and 16 other pediatric specialties. Recently, plans for a new 440+bed Hospital adjacent to the CAP were announced (www.choabreakingnewground.org .) Moreover, care provided by this faculty member will take place at the CAP and one of several outreach clinics in the greater Atlanta metropolitan area. CHOA is one of the largest pediatric healthcare providers in the nation, with > 500,000 children cared for annually (https://www.choa.org/about-us/why-choose-childrens ). Compensation for this position will be competitively attractive and commensurate with experience. Emory University School of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.