The Radiology Department at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), a Harvard Medical School (HMS) affiliate, is seeking a dedicated physician for a full time faculty position in neuroradiology. The ideal candidate will have expertise in the broad field of neuroradiology. There will be opportunities for leadership roles within the section, particularly in ENT radiology.
Under the direction of David Hackney, MD, the Neuroradiology Section performs approximately 45,000 neuroradiology exams per year. Studies are conducted at the Medical Center’s main campus in Boston and at our affiliated sites. Current facilities include 10 clinical MRI units at 1.5T and 3T (not including research MR systems, human and small bore), 13 CT scanners (64 to 320 slice, with two portable units), and state of the art biplane angiography equipment. The community-based locations are linked electronically, and the studies are read at BIDMC in Boston.
The Neuroradiology Section has eleven full and part-time faculty members and six fellows. Faculty members deliver clinical service, teach and conduct research. The neuroradiologist will interpret diagnostic imaging with CT and MR, as well as perform myelography and image guided lumbar puncture. Section members participate in an equally shared neuroradiology call pool. We collaborate closely with our clinical colleagues and contribute to several multidisciplinary conferences each week. We provide teaching conferences for medical students, residents and fellows. Most section members engage in clinical research, but there are opportunities for translational and bench research for the appropriate candidate. This is a busy, collegial and friendly work environment.
Located in the Longwood Medical area, BIDMC is a Harvard Medical School-affiliated teaching hospital with 672 beds, a Level I trauma center that routinely ranks among the top independent hospitals nationally in NIH funding and is an NCI-designated Cancer Center. Candidates should be excited to work in an academic environment and committed to teaching medical students, residents, and fellows in Radiology and collaborating departments.
Applicants must be ABR board-eligible or board certified, have completed training requirements for subspecialty certification in Neuroradiology, eligible for licensure in Massachusetts and qualified for academic appointment at the Instructor, Assistant Professor, or Associate Professor level at Harvard Medical School. Salary and academic rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
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About Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Located in the Longwood Medical area, BIDMC is a Harvard Medical School-affiliated teaching hospital with 672 beds, a Level I trauma center that routinely ranks among the top independent hospitals nationally in NIH funding and is an NCI-designated Cancer Center.
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