The Department of Radiology at the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University Irving Medical Center invites applications for a senior faculty position and leadership role as Division Chief of Musculoskeletal Radiology to join a busy multi-specialty practice group in the Division of Musculoskeletal Radiology.
The radiology department is fully digital and equipment is state-of-the-art, including an ED base GE-Veo CT, ultrasound, DR units, and 1.5 and 3T MRI. We have dedicated musculoskeletal ultrasound including specialty specific procedural technologists. Our Musculoskeletal Radiologists oversee all aspects of diagnostic imaging and interventional procedures for musculoskeletal department patients. We have a very active training program with a group of 32 bright residents who rotate through the musculoskeletal radiology division. We value our excellent collaborations with Orthopedics, Emergency Medicine, Surgery, the Trauma service, and our other radiology department specialty sections.
Responsibilities include management of the Musculoskeletal Radiology service, development of a research program focusing both on clinical and basic research, participation in clinical and/or basic research, patient care, active participation and oversight of resident and fellowship education, participation in interdisciplinary conferences, and collaboration with clinical colleagues. This is a Division Chief, senior faculty position requiring participation in Departmental activities geared towards the continued improvement and development of top-quality imaging and research projects.
The salary and academic rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. We offer a competitive salary and benefits. Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. The University and the Department of Radiology are committed to the diversity of its faculty. Outstanding female and underrepresented minority scholars are strongly encouraged to apply.
The position requires a fellowship-trained musculoskeletal radiologist with hands-on experience in musculoskeletal radiology and a proven track record in managing a clinical service. A track record of grant funding will strengthen the application. The candidate must be board certified in Diagnostic Radiology and must be eligible to practice medicine in the State of New York. Narcotics license is desirable.
Additional Salary Information: The salary and academic rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. We offer a competitive salary and benefits.
Internal Number: Req. 0009157
About Columbia University, Department of Radiology
The Department of Radiology currently provides clinical programs with subspecialty expertise at four geographic locations, including New York Presbyterian Hospital (NYP), Children’s Hospital of New York (CHONY), The Allen Pavilion annex of NYP, and at ColumbiaDoctors Midtown. The full spectrum of diagnostic and therapeutic radiology is offered throughout the enterprise, including the complete array of diagnostic radiology (CT, US, MRI, plain films), interventional radiology (body, vascular and neuro), and nuclear medicine (PET, PET/CT, CT/SPECT. All services utilize the most advanced technology available to provide cutting edge radiologic service to our patients and our referring physicians.
The Department stays at the forefront of advanced medical imaging by leading and participating in a broad range of research initiatives through NIH funded grants. Many of these projects are performed in dedicated state of the art Department of Radiology research facilities, including; the Morton A. Kreitchman PET Center, the David A. Gardner PET Research Center, a world class nuclear medicine facility that provides high quality positron emission tomography (PET) and PET/CT clinical and ...research facilities; the Magnetic Resonance Research Laboratories of Columbia University which boasts several high field research magnets; and the Cerebrovascular Center of the Neurological Institute. The Department also has a strong collaborative relationship with Columbia University 's Department of Biomedical Engineering.