The Cardiology Division and the Fireman Vascular Center at the Massachusetts General Hospital are seeking an academic and clinical leader to serve as the Co-Director of the Fireman Vascular Center. Along with the Division Chief for Vascular Surgery, this individual will be jointly responsible for the full scope of clinical, research and educational activities of the Fireman Vascular Center as well as collaborative activities with the other components of the Center. https://www.massgeneral.org/vascularcenter/
The position will also serve in a clinical role with active involvement in both outpatient and inpatient evaluation and management activities. It is expected that the candidate will develop both an institutional and regional consultative referral practice. As a member of the Cardiology Division, the selected candidate will also be expected to contribute to the educational mission of the Division and assume teaching responsibilities for cardiology fellows and medical residents
Appointment as a Professor or Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School will be commensurate with experience, training and achievements in addition to teaching activities. Suitable candidates must be board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular diseases and in vascular medicine.
Interested candidates should send a personal statement with research and academic interests, three potential referees and Curriculum Vitae to:
Chair, Fireman Vascular Center Co-Director Search Committee Massachusetts General Hospital 55 Fruit Street, GRB-800 Boston, MA 02114 MGHCardiologySearch@partners.org
Internal Number: GRB8
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The Cardiology Division and the Fireman Vascular Center at the Massachusetts General Hospital are
seeking an academic and clinical leader to serve as the Co-Director of the Fireman Vascular Center.
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