The Division of Cardiology in the Emory University School of Medicine is seeking outstanding academically oriented Clinician-Investigators for the Directorship of its Cardiac Electrophysiology Program. Candidates should have excellent training; a strong record of leadership, clinical expertise, scholarship and teaching, as well as an established, high-impact research program.
The Cardiac Electrophysiology section currently consists of 11 faculty members providing clinical services in state of the art facilities at 6 Emory and Emory affiliated hospitals as well as additional outpatient locations. The Cardiac Electrophysiology program is a fully accredited 2 year program providing extensive clinical and research training that attracts outstanding trainees from across the country.
The successful candidate must have significant national recognition of their research, as indicated by a strong research publication record, independent research funding, and other evidence, including a record of significant external funding, invited presentations at national meetings, and prior service on national grant review panels.
Responsibilities of the position include directing the research activities, oversight of the educational program, including the instruction of medical students, housestaff, Cardiology fellows, and EP fellows, and working with the Clinical Chief of the Division to direct the clinical activities of the cardiac electrophysiology section.
Minimum qualifications include an MD with excellent clinical skills, significant research training in an appropriate field, postdoctoral experience, and an outstanding record of research accomplishments. The ideal candidate will be required to be eligible to be licensed to practice medicine in the state of Georgia and be board certified in cardiac electrophysiology.
Track and rank will be commensurate with experience. An excellent research program startup package is available and qualified candidates will be eligible for an endowed chair.