Boston University Gastroenterology Section Chief, School of Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts
Gastroenterology Section Chief, School of Medicine
The Department of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center invite applications for an innovative and inspirational faculty leader for the position of Chief, Section of Gastroenterology. The section has a large clinical presence based at Boston Medical Center, a 500-bed teaching hospital that serves a diverse patient population in the city of Boston and is the primary teaching hospital for the Boston University School of Medicine. The fellowship program is highly sought after, and faculty pursue multiple areas of research, ranging from clinical trials to laboratory-based efforts. A broad range of academic resources are available within the Boston University School of Medicine.
We are deeply committed to teaching and working in an environment characterized by celebrating diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.
Qualifications: The candidate must be a board certified Gastroenterologist with demonstrated national leadership experience clinically and in basic and/or clinical research. Prior experience in administration and/or leading clinical and research initiatives is preferred. Candidates at the rank of an Associate or Full Professor will be considered. We seek candidates who bring new perspectives and will broaden/enrich the diversity of our faculty.
Responsibilities: The successful candidate will pursue innovation and excellence in the clinical, teaching, and research programs within the Section of Gastroenterology. Responsibilities will include operational oversight, growth and expansion of clinical and laboratory research, and recruitment and mentorship of junior faculty in the section.
Application: Email a letter of application or nomination and curriculum vitae to:
Matthew H. Kulke, MD
Chair, Search Committee
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