Ast/Asc Professor Health Programs Fixed Term
Assist/Assoc Professor Health Programs Fixed Term
The Michigan State University Department of Pediatrics and Human Development is now welcoming applications for a part-time fixed-term Assistant or Associate Professor with our Division of Neonatology. The successful candidate will provision medical care at our Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (RNICU) and the developmental assessment Clinic at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan at roughly 50% time per year.
The Department of Pediatrics and Human Development is a pediatric primary and specialty care department dedicated to providing excellent patient care and medical education. Our faculty engage in a wide range of clinical and research activities, with the focus of improving the lives of the children and newborns we serve.
Candidates must have attained an MD or DO degree and should be Board-certified or eligible for certification in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine. Candidates must also be licensed as physicians or eligible for licensure with the State of Michigan, and must be eligible for privileges with our partnered facilities.
Required Application Materials
CV, Cover Letter, Names and contact of information of three (3) references (references will not be contacted without first notifying the applicant).
Review of Applications Begins On 05/14/2019
Summary of Health Risks
Exposure to human blood, serum, tissue and other body fluids; and materials covered under Universal Precautions.
TB risk or work within 3 feet of human patients in a health care setting or have potential exposure to animals or to specimens with Mycobacterium.
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