The Division of Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery in the Department of Surgery at the University of Minnesota is seeking a qualified individual for a full-time, tenure track position as Professor of Surgery. Qualified candidates must have an M.D. degree and be board certified in surgery and critical care. Clinical caseload will include trauma, surgical critical care, and general surgery cases. Candidates must also be proficient in ECMO cannulation and management.
Candidate must have expertise in surgical education including advanced training evidenced by fellowship and/or graduate education. Experience in residency or fellowship training leadership is required, including a minimum of 7 years as Program Director. Candidates must also demonstrate national recognition in surgical education research and leadership. The candidate must have published in surgical education research and a have history of research support with current independent funding.
Clinical responsibilities include (1) participating as the attending staff in one or more of the intensive care units associated with the Division; (2) participation as a surgeon or intensivist at one of our partner facilities, (3) teaching of medical students, residents, and fellows; and (4) full participation in departmental activities. This position will remain open until filled. To apply, send a curriculum vitae/ bibliography, letter of interest, and the names of three references to:
Jeffrey G. Chipman, M.D.
Frank B. Cerra Professor of Critical Care Surgery
Chief, Division of Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery
420 Delaware Street S.E., Mayo Mail Code 195, Minneapolis, MN 55455
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