Full-time Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery nontenure. Responsibilities include trauma and adult reconstruction patient care, medical student and resident teaching, and clinical research. Minimum requirements include MD degree and completion of an accredited orthopaedic residency training program and a trauma or adult reconstruction fellowship. Application closing date 01/31/13. Starting date 08/01/13. Salary commensurate with experience.
Qualified applicants should forward a comprehensive curriculum vitae to: Freddie H. Fu, MD, D.Sc. (Hon), D.Ps. (Hon.) David Silver Professor and Chairman; Department of Orthopaedic Surgery; University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; 3471 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1011; Pittsburgh, PA 15213; 412-605-3265; 412-687-0802. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Department: 35215-Med-Orthopedic Surgery
Application Process: Qualified applicants should forward a comprehensive curriculum vitae to: Freddie H. Fu, MD, D.Sc. (Hon), D.Ps. (Hon.) David Silver Professor and Chairman; Department of Orthopaedic Surgery; University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; 3471 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1011; Pittsburgh, PA 15213; 412-605-3265; 412-687-0802. email@example.com.
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