UPMC Pittsburgh Radiologists: Radiologists wanted to join UPMC Pittsburgh. UPMC is a $10 billion global health enterprise with more than 55,000 employees headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, including more than 20 hospitals, 400 doctors' offices and outpatient sites, a health insurance services division, and international and commercial services. Affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences, UPMC has been repeatedly named to the US News and World Report's Honor Roll, and is a leading center for organ transplantation, trauma services, liver diseases and oncology, with a unique patient population affording a diverse base of clinical practice and academic research. The Department of Radiology at UPMC is one of the largest academic radiology programs in the country, and offers dedicated academic time and numerous clinical research opportunities. Practices are supported by fully-staffed clinical offices, trainees and PAs. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.radiology.pitt.edu/ The Radiology department of UPMC/University of Pittsburgh is recruiting for the following positions: UPMC Academic Musculoskeletal Imaging Radiologist: MSK Radiologist wanted to join our dynamic and exciting MSK Division, comprised of 9 subspecialty-trained faculty and 4 fellows, utilizing a wide range of imaging modalities. The division is centered at UPMC's Presbyterian Hospital, a Level I Regional Resource Trauma Center, and a leading regional referral center. The division offers a number of clinical research and dedicated academic opportunities with a diverse and unique patient population. Duties will be a mix of clinical, teaching and academic activities. Practice is supported by a fully-staffed clinical office, trainees and PAs. Fellowship training required. UPMC St. Margaret Community Body Imaging Radiologists: Community Body Imager wanted to join the faculty at UPMC St. Margaret, a 249-bed acute care and teaching hospital situated on a 21-acre campus near suburban Apinwall. Located 20 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, Aspinwall is safe, affordable, and culturally attractive, with short commutes to forested hills and great school districts. UPMC St. Margaret features state-of-the-art facilities including a CT suite with 8, 16, and 64-slice CT scanner; an MR suite with three 1.5T scanners, including wide-bore scanner; and an interventional suite equipped with two GE Innova 4100 systems that provide high-resolution imaging and exceptional peripheral vascular capabilities, as well as the latest in 3-D imaging software. Candidates with prior fellowship training strongly preferred, with preference given to Abdominal Imaging/Body Imaging specialists. UPMC Academic Nuclear Medicine Specialist: Academic Nuclear Medicine Physician wanted to join our Nuclear Medicine comprised of 5 attending and 2 PET/CT fellows who cover 3 campus hospitals, including Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and the Hillman Cancer Center. These sites are equipped with SPECT/CT, dual head SPECT and PET/CT cameras for state of the art imaging. The Nuclear Medicine Division provides a wider variety of treatments, such as I-131 therapies for hyperthyroidism and a large volume of thyroid cancer patients, Xofigo, Samarium, Zevalin, Bexxar and Y-90 Therasphere and Sirsphere for liver radioembolization. Our large volume of oncologic PET/CTs performed at 5 different sites, including the diagnostic CT, are interpreted by our Nuclear Medicine Division. The PET research facility at the University of Pittsburgh is a world leader in the development of both instrumentation (the first PET/CT scanner was invented at UPMC) and radiotracers (over 100 radiolabeled compounds for human and animal use, including Pittsburgh Compound PiB). Animal research equipment includes a pre-clinical PET/CT suite, a state-of-the-art radiochemistry laboratory, and an Inveon small animal PET/CT (Siemens). Human clinical/research equipment includes four GE PET/CT scanners (8, 16 and 2-64 slice GE Discovery VCT) and a Siemens mMr Biograph PET/MR system. A dedicated brain workstation is equipped with advanced SPM and normal database statistical software for analysis of dementia, epilepsy and brain tumor.
Applicants must be board certified by the ABR and/or ABNM and eligible for licensure in Pennsylvania. Applicants at every level of seniority will be considered. Rank will be commensurate with experience and publication history. Please send a letter of interest and current CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact: Dr. Jules Sumkin, Professor and Chair; Department of Radiology, University of Pittsburgh, 3600 Forbes at Meyran Avenue, Forbes Tower, Plaza Level, Pittsburgh PA 15213.
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Dr. Jules Sumkin
Application Process: Applicants must be board certified by the ABR and/or ABNM and eligible for licensure in Pennsylvania. Applicants at every level of seniority will be considered. Rank will be commensurate with experience and publication history. Please send a letter of interest and current CV to: email@example.com. Contact: Dr. Jules Sumkin, Professor and Chair; Department of Radiology, University of Pittsburgh, 3600 Forbes at Meyran Avenue, Forbes Tower, Plaza Level, Pittsburgh PA 15213.
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