Open Faculty Positions at Brown and Affiliated Hospitals

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1. FPA# FH-1321   Title: Staff Dermatologist/Director of Clinical Operations
Location: RIH Rank: Instructor/Assistant/Associate Professor Search Chair: Martin Weinstock, MD, PhD maw@brown.edu
epetersoncoyne@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2014-08-06

Department: Dermatology

The Chief of Clinical Operations at the Providence VA Medical Center will manage face to face dermatology clinics and will oversee dermatology resident education, including being VA site director for the dermatology residency. The Dermatologist at the Providence VA Medical Center and the Department of Dermatology at The Rhode Island, Miriam, and Hasbro Hospitals will provide outstanding clinical care, education, and research in Dermatology. This position will be a shared position between the Providence VA Medical Center (6/8) and the Department of Dermatology at The Rhode Island, Miriam, and Hasbro Hospitals. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time faculty position at the rank of Instructor/Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in the Department of Dermatology at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Minimum requirements include: medical licensure, board eligibility or certification in Dermatology; strong clinical background in Dermatology; excellence in patient care and teaching; and a commitment to scholarly participation in research. Candidates at the Associate Professor rank must have evidence of national reputation. Clinical Care: The incumbent will be expected to oversee and manage face to face Dermatology clinics at the Providence VA Medical Center and will participate in Dermatology clinics at the Department of Dermatology at The Rhode Island, Miriam, and Hasbro Hospitals. Additional duties will include providing inpatient Dermatology Consultation Services, coordinating Dermatopathology reviews and follow-ups, and other duties as appropriate. Management of clinical care will include adherence to VA requirements for clinic access and quality. 1. Education: The incumbent will fully participate in teaching of Brown University Dermatology and internal medicine residents and medical students. This will include regularly scheduled presentations at both dermatology and internal medicine educational conferences. 2. Research: The incumbent will fully support scholarly research in Dermatology and is encouraged to develop a program in either basic, clinical, or population sciences. 3. Administration: The incumbent will actively participate in professional activities of the Providence VA Medical Center, the Department of Dermatology, and the Medical School. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled or the search is closed. Interested individuals should upload a letter of interest and curriculum vitae addressed to Dr. Martin Weinstock at http://apply.interfolio.com/25571
2. FPA# FH-1317   Title: Obstetric Medicine Physician
Location: Miriam Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor Search Chair: Karen Rosene-Montella, MD Karen_Rosene_Montella@brown.edu
TMeehan@brown.edu
Date posted: 2014-06-25

Department: Medicine

The Miriam Hospital and the Womens Medicine Collaborative is seeking an Obstetric Medicine Physician to join the Department of Medicine. The successful candidate must qualify for a full time medical faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor in the Department Of Medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Candidates being considered for the Associate Professor rank must have a national reputation appropriate for a senior level faculty position. Minimum reqiurements include: board eligibility or certification by the Amercian Board of Internal Medicine, strong clinical background and advanced training in Obstetric Medicine and Medical Problems in Pregnancy, excellence in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly particiation in the clinical programs of the Alpert Medical School. Experience in curriculum development and implementation is highly desirable. It is preferred that the candidates research experience focus on maternal health or a closely related field. Interested individuals should upload a letter of interest and CV to Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/25231. The letter of interest may be addressed to Karen Rosene-Montella, MD, Search Committee Chair
3. FPA# FH-1316   Title: Director - Hematology/Oncology
Location: RIH Rank: Associate Professor or Professor Search Chair: Angela Caliendo, MD ACaliendo@lifespan.org
TMeehan@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2014-06-10

Department: Medicine

Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital, teaching institutions of The Warren Alpert Medical School, seek applications for the position of Director of the Division of Hematology/Oncology. The Director reports to the Chair of the Department of Medicine and provides overall leadership, as well as administrative and strategic direction for the Division of Hematology/Oncology. The appointment of the next Director extends a period of investment in oncology services and investigation with planned immediate recruitment of several additional faculty members. The shared goal of the university and the hospitals is for the Division to achieve prominence among the mid-sized academic programs in hematology/oncology for clinical excellence and clinical innovation, as well as for discovery science. The successful candidate must have a career history of academic accomplishment appropriate for appointment to the full-time faculty as Associate Professor or Professor of Medicine at Brown University. Minimum requirements include: M.D. degree, completion of a fellowship in hematology/oncology or oncology, board certification, demonstrated commitment to teaching and a national/international reputation for scholarship. Leadership experience at a major medical institution is expected. Preference will be accorded to candidates who have demonstrated research excellence and a commitment to supporting clinical program development linked to basic and clinical research. Interested candidates should upload a letter of interest and curriculum vitae through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/24985. Please address the letter of interest to Angela Caliendo, M.D., Search Committee Chair.
4. FPA# FH-1314   Title: Adult Reconstructive Surgeon (2 Positions)
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant Professor Search Chair: Michael Ehrlich, MD Michael_Ehrlich@brown.edu
DOrmond@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2014-06-04

Department: Orthopaedics

The Department of Orthopaedics, at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University is opening a search for two full-time adult reconstruction surgeons at the Assistant Professor level to join a new Total Joint Center of Excellence. Qualifications Requirements include ABOS certification or eligibility with reconstruction fellowship training, skilled in primary and reconstructive hip and knee surgery, surface replacement and tibial hemiarthroplasty, and an interest in clinical or basic research. It is essential that the candidates should have a good publication record and be an effective teacher of residents and students. Applicants can apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/25107
5. FPA# FH-1315   Title: Spine Surgeon
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant Professor Search Chair: Michael Ehrlich, MD Michael_Ehrlich@brown.edu
DOrmond@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2014-06-04

Department: Orthopaedics

The Department of Orthopaedics, at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University has an open search for a full-time spine surgeon at the Assistant Professor (teaching track) level to join a new Spine Center of Excellence. Requirements include ABOS certification or eligibility. At the time of application, should have completed, or be active in a spine fellowship. The candidate should have a primary clinical interest in reconstructive spine surgery. It is essential that the candidate not only have a strong publication record, but that he/she has demonstrated the ability to produce high quality research in collaboration with either biologists or bioengineers. Must have a strong interest in commitment to teach residents, et. al. Interested applicants can apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/25109
6. FPA# FH-1312   Title: Pediatrician General Pediatrics & Community Health
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor Search Chair: James Linakis, MD, PhD James_Linakis_PhD@brown.edu
cboland@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2014-05-16

Department: Pediatrics

The Department of Pediatrics at Rhode Island Hospital/Hasbro Children’s Hospital, in affiliation with the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, is seeking a pediatric primary care physician with an emphasis on children with special health care needs to join the Division of General Pediatrics and Community Health. The Division provides primary care services to approximately 8,000 low-income children and is the continuity site for 60 pediatric and triple board residents at Hasbro Children’s Hospital. To enhance continuity and quality of care, the primary care practice has recently been reorganized, emphasizing clear resident/attending panels and organizing providers into small micro-practices to foster continuity. We are now recruiting a physician leader to grow our clinical programs for children with special health care needs and to integrate this focus into the new micro-practice model. In addition to precepting residents/students and providing direct patient care, the role will include providing leadership in primary care to maximize quality of care and positive patient experiences for children with special health care needs as well as integrating specialty care services such as the Spina Bifida clinic, the Ventilator Integration Program and the Children’s Neurodevelopmental Center. The leadership role will also extend to curriculum development/implementation to enhance resident/student learning in the area of children with special healthcare needs. The new education modules will be incorporated into a Rhode Island Foundation-funded effort to develop an innovative primary care educational curriculum, including a strong online component. The Division also has an excellent data analytic team that will be available to support quality improvement and innovations. The ideal candidate would qualify for a full-time medical faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in the Teaching Scholar Track. Applicants should hold an M.D. degree and have board certification or board eligibility in Pediatrics. Applicants must possess a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Rhode Island (or must be licensed in another jurisdiction and be eligible for licensure in Rhode Island). Candidates for this position must have a strong background in clinical primary care pediatrics including an interest in and experience in children with special health care needs. In addition to its clinical activities, the Division of General Pediatrics and Community Health is expanding its research and educational activities in the area of population health. This includes close collaborations and shared faculty/staff with the Brown University School of Public Health. Candidates should have a strong public health outlook, with a solid training background in this area at the level of an MPH or similar qualification. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with an established team of educators and researchers at the Brown University School of Public Health. The Division also has excellent data analytic capabilities, including traditional data analysis and geographic information system (GIS) work. Please apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/25013
7. FPA# FH-1306   Title: Gyn Oncologist
Location: WIH Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor Search Chair: Cornelius Granai, MD cgranai@wihri.org
dflinn@wihri.org
Date posted: 2014-04-15

Department: Obstetrics and Gynecology

Primary duties and responsibilities are outlined in this description and include the fulfillment of those clinical, educational and research functions which are expected from a faculty member of the Division of Gynecologic Oncology in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and which are assigned by the Division Director. The position reports to the Division Director and ultimately to the Chair of Ob/Gyn. The physician must be board eligible or board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology in the subspecialty within three years of completing their fellowship. Administrative & Educational Responsibilities – 10% He/she is expected to fulfill administrative responsibilities that include, but are not limited to, involvement in direction of the Division, participation in the establishment of guidelines for and coordination of Gynecologic Oncology activities within the collaborating Brown institutions, and participation in the implementation of such guidelines and plans. The Director may also assign other administrative duties part of the, the broader Cancer Program of the hospital, CNE, and Brown. The Division of Gynecologic Oncology, as part of the Hospital and Brown Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, has an educational mission with regard to Brown undergraduate and medical students, house officers at the affiliated hospitals, other medical professionals in training, and physicians. In support of that mission, the Gynecologic Oncologist shall, share in the responsibility for the development and implementation of curricula within the Division of Gynecologic Oncology. The physician will also regularly participate with the general faculty of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in inter-divisional interdisciplinary education programming and the implementation of the programming. His/her duties in this regard may include, but are not limited to, participation in the development of clinical electives, fellowships, and core rotations for medical students, residents and others. The Gynecologic Oncologist is expected to continue to develop his/her own academic credentials as demonstrated by attaining Certification of Special Competencies in Gynecologic Oncology, and by engaging in other scholarly activities such as the authorship of medical papers, the delivery of lectures, and the attainment of membership in appropriate peer organizations related to Gynecologic Oncology such as SGO, NEAGO, ASCO, etc. The Gynecologic Oncologist is expected to participate in faculty activities of the Brown University School of Medicine, and to qualify for promotion at appropriate times in his/her career as outlined in the Departmental Statement of Faculty Organization, Standards and Criteria. Research and Networking Responsibilities – 20% The Gynecologic Oncologist is expected to conduct clinical and/or laboratory investigation in his/her areas(s) of expertise within the field of Gynecologic Oncology, in order to increase the knowledge base regarding Gynecologic Oncology and to further the objective of achieving an independent research program supported by external competitive funding. He/she is expected to develop clinical research programs in response to the special needs of the community, and to participate in nationally visible scholarly activities such as NIH study sections, editorial reviews and review boards, etc. with the intent of securing outside funding to support the research activity. Participation in networking (regional and otherwise) activities of Oncology and WIH are also part of the position’s requirements. Some of the obligations of Networking will overlap with Patient Care Responsibilities. Patient Care Responsibilities - 70% The Gynecologic Oncologist shall maintain clinical skills in order to provide care for patients in gynecologic oncology, and shall maintain expertise in surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and research in this area. The Gynecologic Oncologist will work with the Director to further the development of an integrated provider network for the provision of comprehensive tertiary level gynecologic oncology clinical services. This may involve the deliver of care at allied institution(s). He/she is expected to maintain an active clinical practice within the Oncology Program and its clinical goals, consistent with the directives consisting of those outpatient, inpatient and surgical services which are normally performed by a board certified Gynecologic Oncologist. The above-mentioned percentages may be adjusted as appropriate based on funding sources and/or by the Division Director and/or the Chair of the Department of Ob/Gyn. Must qualify for a full-time faculty position at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. For junior level position, must be board certified or eligible for certification by the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ABOG), as well as board certified or eligible for certification in the ABOG subspecialty of Gynecologic Oncology. For senior level position, the candidate must be board certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology as well as certified by ABOG for the subspecialty of Gynecologic Oncology, have a national reputation of scholarly achievement and a commitment to scholarly participation in the clinical research programs at the medical school. For senior level position, must be board certified by ABOG as well as certified by ABOG for the subspecialty of Gynecologic Oncology, have a national reputation with publication and research activities, and a commitment to scholarly participation in the clinical research programs at the medical school. Must have proven clinical and surgical skills in advanced gynecology and gynecologic oncology surgery and knowledge, interest, and expertise in intensive and supportive care. Must be eligible for medical licensure in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Applicants can apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/24803
8. FPA# FH-1305   Title: Director of Electrophysiology
Location: RIH Rank: Associate Professor or Professor Search Chair: Athena Poppas, MD apoppas@lifespan.org
tmeehan@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2014-03-24

Department: Medicine

Lifespan is seeking a Director of Clinical Electrophysiology to join the Cardiovascular Institute. The successful candidate must qualify for a full time medical faculty position at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor in the Department of Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. The Director will be responsible for all aspects of the clinical electrophysiology program for The Miriam Hospital, Newport Hospital, and Rhode Island Hospital. The Director will be expected to lead this group to national prominence in the areas of teaching, clinical work, and research. The Director will be expected to foster translational research with the investigators in the Cardiovascular Research Center and develop and enhance clinical programs. The Director will be responsible for enhancing the reputation and impact of the Clinical Electrophysiology fellowship. Minimum requirements include: board certification in clinical electrophysiology, a national reputation in clinical cardiac electrophysiology, excellence in patient care and teaching, and a nationally impactful research program. Experience in complex ablations is highly desirable. It is preferred that the candidates research experience focus on cardiac electrophysiology or a closely related field. Interested candidates should upload a letter of interest and curriculum vitae through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/24665. Please address the letter of interest to Athena Poppas, M.D., Search Committee Chair.
9. FPA# FH-1302   Title: Chair of Neurosurgery
Location: RIH Rank: Professor Search Chair: Karen Furie, MD KFurie@lifespan.org
PHarrington1@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2014-02-18

Department: Neurosurgery

FUNCTION OF THE POSITION: To plan, organize, and implement the educational, research and clinical activities of the Department of Neurosurgery as Chair of Neurosurgery at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and as Chief of Neurosurgery at the Rhode Island and Miriam Hospitals. The role of the Chair and Chief is to develop an academically distinguished, comprehensive and integrated Department of Neurosurgery (Department) through: Recruitment of distinguished faculty to The Warren Alpert Medical School (Medical School) of Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital (Hospital). Coordination of undergraduate and graduate education programs in Neurosurgery. Organization and oversight of research programs in Neurosurgery and in the sciences related to Neurosurgery. Planning and coordination of Neurosurgery services at the Hospitals. Leadership in formulating and executing an academic staffing plan for Neurosurgery at the Hospitals and other institutions affiliated with the Medical School. Leadership for and oversight of the quality of care delivered by the Department for the community served by the Hospital. The role of the Clinical Director of the Norman Prince Neurosciences Institute (NPNI) is to advance the mission of the Institute by: Working strategically with other NPNI directors. Collaborating with partner organizations, including the Brown Institute for Brain Science (BIBS) and the other hospitals affiliated with the Medical School. Promoting the Institutes both internally and externally to establish it as a center of excellence for translational and clinical research as well as clinical care. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must possess a Doctor of Medicine degree, be currently board-certified in Neurosurgery and be eligible for medical licensure in Rhode Island. Applicants must be eligible for and obtain appointment to the medical staff of the Hospitals with privileges consistent with the Chief of the Department of Neurosurgery. Applicants must possess experience in an academic medical center in a position of senior leadership and must have a demonstrated record of excellence in scholarship, clinical service and academic administration. Demonstrated success in attracting extramural, peer-reviewed research funding is preferred. The individual will be expected to plan, manage and implement academic programs that foster the professional and scholarly growth of a Department of Neurosurgery, and to provide leadership as Neurosurgeon-in-Chief at Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital. Applicants must work collaboratively with the other directors of the Norman Prince Neurosciences Institute, leaders of the Brown Institute for Brain Science and other partner institutions to build a unified center of excellence in basic and clinical neuroscience that spans across Brown University and the hospitals affiliated with the Medical School. Applicants must hold a senior faculty rank in an accredited medical school, and be qualified for the rank of Professor at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Administrative experience as chair of an academic department of Neurosurgery, as Division Chief or as a Neurosurgeon-in-Chief in a major teaching hospital is desirable. Applicants should have attained national and international recognition as evidenced by involvement with academic societies, publications in refereed professional journals and formal presentations at academic meetings. APPLICATION INFORMATION: Applicants should upload a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and five names of possible references to the attention of Dr. Karen Furie, chair of the search committee. Apply online through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/24465
10. FPA# FH-1299   Title: Chief Medical Physicist
Location: RIH Rank: Associate Professor or Professor Search Chair: David Wazer, MD dwazer@lifespan.org
paumaree@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2014-02-17

Department: Radiation Oncology

Rhode Island Hospital is seeking a Chief of Medical Physics to join the Department of Radiation Oncology. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time medical faculty position at the rank of either Associate Professor or Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Warren Alpert Medical School. Minimum requirements include: completion of a Doctorate degree in Physics, board certification in Medical Physics, distinguished academic achievements and at least seven years experience in a Medical Physics leadership position. In this newly created position, the Medical Physicist-in-Chief will report directly to the Hospital Chief who is also Brown University School of Medicine Chairman, Department of Radiation Oncology for clinical practice, teaching, research and academic affairs and the Senior VP Diagnostic and Support Services Administration. As a member of the Radiation Oncology Department Executive Committee, the Medical Physicist-in-Chief will play a key role in defining strategic and operational directions for the Department and its 719 bed teaching hospital. The Medical Physicist-in-Chief is charged with hands-on medical physics leadership at a busy, innovative Radiation Oncology Department and will conceive, develop and participate in the department’s clinical research and educational programs. There is also a potential for additional interdepartmental medical physics management responsibilities in the future. A full range of advanced state-of-the-art treatment modalities are currently offered at the hospital including IMRT, IGRT, HDR, Gamma Knife Radiosurgery and Radiofrequency Ablation. An experienced clinical medical physics and dosimetry staff is in place. In addition to a generous compensation and benefits package, the Medical Physicist-in-Chief will have access to start-up money for research. Active participation in professional and scientific organizations is encouraged and supported. Minimum Level of Preparation and Training Normally Required: Board certification in Medical Physics. Completion of Doctorate degree in Physics. Seven years in Medical Physics leadership position. Distinguished academic achievements. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled or the search is closed. Interested individuals should apply online at: http://apply.interfolio.com/24575
11. FPA# FH-1297   Title: Pediatrician
Location: RIH Rank: Associate Professor Search Chair: James Linakis, MD jlinakis@lifespan.org
cboland@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2014-02-04

Department: Pediatrics

The Department of Pediatrics at Rhode Island Hospital/Hasbro Children’s Hospital, in affiliation with the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, is seeking a pediatrician to join the Division of General Pediatrics and Community Health. The Division provides primary care services to approximately 8,000 low-income children and is the continuity site for 60 pediatric and triple board residents at Hasbro Children’s Hospital. To enhance continuity and quality of care, the primary care practice has recently been reorganized, emphasizing clear resident/attending panels and organizing providers into small micro-practices to foster continuity. We are now recruiting a physician leader to help develop and implement an urgent care/same day services program in support of the micro-practice model. In addition to precepting residents/students and providing direct patient care, the role will include being the onsite leader for urgent care/same day services to maximize quality of care and positive patient experiences. The leadership role will extend to curriculum development/implementation to enhance resident/student learning in the area of urgent care/same day pediatric services. The new education modules will be incorporated into a Rhode Island Foundation-funded effort to develop an innovative primary care educational curriculum, including a strong online component. The Division also has an excellent data analytic team that will be available to support quality improvement and innovations in the urgent care/same day services program. In addition to its clinical activities, the Division of General Pediatrics and Community Health is expanding its research and educational activities in the area of population health. This includes close collaborations and shared faculty/staff with the Brown University School of Public Health. The Division has excellent data analytic capabilities, including traditional data analysis and geographic information system (GIS) work. The ideal candidate would qualify for a full-time medical faculty position at the rank of Associate Professor in the Teaching Scholar Track, though exceptional candidates at the Assistant Professor rank will be considered. Applicants should hold an M.D. degree and have board certification or board eligibility in Pediatrics. Candidates for this position must have a strong background in clinical primary care pediatrics including an interest in urgent care/sick care management, able to work in interdisciplinary teams, excellent qualifications in teaching and must be able to lead innovations in clinical as well as educational programs. Candidates should have a strong public health outlook, with a solid training background in this area at the level of an MPH or similar qualification. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with an established team of educators and researchers at the Brown University School of Public Health. If hired at the senior level, the candidate must have a national reputation and demonstrated scholarly achievement. Applicants must possess a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Rhode Island (or must be licensed in another jurisdiction and be eligible for licensure in Rhode Island). Applicants may apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/24380
12. FPA# FC-184   Title: Open Rank Biomedical Informatics
Location: Campus Rank: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor Search Chair: William Fairbrother, PhD william_fairbrother@brown.edu
joan_boyles@brown.edu
Date posted: 2014-01-27

Department: Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry

The candidate is expected to develop a creative, independent human genetics/computational biology research program and act in a cross-disciplinary capacity to bridge the basic science research departments (including MCB) and the various clinical research groups at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. This individual will be expected to pursue an active research program supported by external funding and publications in the peer-reviewed literature. Research areas must relate to human health (e.g., incorporation of genomics data for personalized medicine, aging, studying the phenotypic consequence of human variation, data mining for identification of functional elements, electronic health records research, and/or developing informatics platforms and or tools for research collaboration or translation). Candidates with experimental programs will be provided with laboratory space and access to modern core facilities. The position requires a commitment to graduate and undergraduate education, and provides an opportunity for participation in pre-doctoral training programs within the University. Candidates with computational research programs would be able to affiliate with Brown Center for Computational Molecular Biology, the Center for Computation and Visualization, and the NSF Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics. Qualifications include a Ph.D. and/or M.D. degree with relevant postdoctoral research training, informatics experience and a record of excellence in research in one or more of the following areas: human genetics and genomics, computational biology and informatics, translational medicine, molecular biology/biochemistry. Candidates should submit a curriculum vitae with a complete bibliography, a 3-5 page description of research plans, a 1-page teaching statement and up to 3 representative publications. Three confidential reference letters at the Jr. Faculty level should be submitted separately. Applicants can apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/24285
13. FPA# FH-1294   Title: Chair of Pediatrics
Location: RIH Rank: Professor Search Chair: Thomas Tracy, MD Thomas_Tracy@brown.edu
JPetteruti@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2014-01-15

Department: Pediatrics

FUNCTION OF THE POSITION To plan, organize, and implement the clinical, research and educational activities of the Department of Pediatrics of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and as the Chief of Pediatrics in the Department of Pediatrics at the Lifespan Hospitals including Hasbro Childrens Hospital and Bradley Hospital. This position also provides executive academic oversight for the pediatrics at Women and Infants Hospital and Memorial Hospital within the Care New England System. The responsibility of the Chair and Chief is to develop an academically and clinically distinguished, comprehensive and integrated Department of Pediatrics through: 1. Leadership in formulating a staffing plan for Pediatrics at Hasbro Childrens Hospital through the recruitment and retention of distinguished faculty. 2. Coordination of undergraduate and graduate education programs in the Department of Pediatrics. 3. Organization and oversight of research programs in Pediatrics and related sciences. 4. Leadership of clinical programs for the Pediatric Department within the Lifespan Hospitals. SPECIFIC DUTIES As Chair of an academic department in The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, the incumbent is expected to 1. Continue the development and implementation of a department structure that will foster the professional, clinical and scholarly growth of the Department in a multi-hospital academic setting. Brown University and Lifespan will commit necessary resources to the continuing development of a Department of Pediatrics. Individual hospital participation in the academic mission of the Department shall be based on the Chairs assessment of needs of the overall program and the affiliation agreements between Brown University and its teaching hospital partners. 2. Assemble a distinguished faculty with expertise in Pediatrics and promote collaboration to achieve a critical mass of full-time faculty in each primary care, specialty and subspecialty area. 3. Relate constructively with other academic departments of the AMS and Brown University, and serve as a member of the Council of Clinical Department Chairs. 4. Establish mechanisms that ensure robust participation of the faculty in the academic affairs of the Department. 5. Evaluate the faculty of the Department on both clinical and academic performance and transmit the evaluations and recommendations to AMS and Lifespan. 6. Supervise the education of AMS students in Pediatrics at all participating institutions to ensure quality and relevance, and develop additional teaching programs as resources and needs require. 7. Oversee the direction of the residency and fellowship training programs sponsored by Brown, Rhode Island Hospital and Women and Infants Hospital and ensure compliance with the standards of AMS, appropriate Pediatric specialty boards and accreditation agencies. 8. Develop research programs of appropriate breadth and depth for a University department of national stature, foster the careers of basic and clinical investigators and enhance collaborative research with other departments at Brown University. 9. The Chair is responsible for the administration of University policies on Equal Employment Opportunities and Affirmative Action within the Department. As the Chief of Department of Pediatrics at the Lifespan healthcare system, the incumbent is expected to 1. Collaborate with Lifespan leadership to organize and manage the Department of Pediatrics so it can provide a sufficient patient base meet clinical, education and research requirements, and financial support to meet departmental objectives. 2. Work collaboratively across the healthcare system to develop new models of care for pediatric patients with particular emphasis on the integration of psychiatric disease and mental health. 3. Serve as Chair of the Faculty Executive Committee of the Department and assign responsibilities and duties within the Department, including such positions as directors of teaching services and clinical divisions. Represent the Department on major hospital committees and activities, and on the Hospital Staff Association. 4. Ensure the high quality of care delivered by interns, residents, fellows and attending physicians and report on such matters to the President of the Hospitals and the Board of Trustees of Lifespan. 5. Perform other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the President and CEO of Lifespan. As a senior faculty member at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, the incumbent is expected to: 1. Build a clinical practice in an area of expertise that will enhance the national and international reputation of Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. 2. Actively participate in scholarly endeavors that enhance the body of knowledge in Pediatrics and serve as a role model for other faculty in the Department. 3. Actively participate in the teaching programs of the Department at all levels. 4. Provide academic and career related counseling to students, residents and faculty. 5. Coordinate research efforts with relevant campus based academic departments. 6. Perform other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Dean of Medicine and Biological Sciences. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT 1. The Chair of the Department of Pediatrics must qualify for appointment as Professor at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. 2. The Chair reports to the Dean of Medicine and Biological Sciences on all matters pertaining to her or his role as Chair of the Department of Pediatrics and to the President and CEO of Lifespan on all matters pertaining to responsibilities as Chief of the Pediatrics Department at Lifespan. 3. The Chair is expected to apportion the majority of her or his time and effort to academic and administrative responsibilities relating to the Department. 4. The Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at Brown University serves renewable terms of five years, by concurrent action of the Provost of Brown University and HCH Board of Trustees, upon recommendation by the Dean and the President and CEO of HCH. a. The Chair must fulfill the criteria for an appointment as Professor of Pediatrics in an academic track of the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. b. The Chair will be recommended to the position subject to the approval of the Board of Trustees of Lifespan. 5. Inasmuch as the majority of the pediatric faculty is currently employed by Lifespan Physician Group, it is anticipated that the successful candidate will be employed by LPG. JOB REQUIREMENTS Applicants must: 1. Possess a Doctor of Medicine degree, be currently board certified in Pediatrics, and must be eligible for medical licensure in the state of Rhode Island. 2. Currently hold a senior faculty rank in an accredited medical school and demonstrate a record of excellence in scholarship, clinical service, and administrative leadership at an academic medical center. Administrative experience as chair of an academic department of Pediatrics or as Division Chief in a major teaching hospital and success in attracting extramural peer reviewed research funding are desirable. Applicants may apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/24282
14. FPA# FH-1291   Title: Gastroenterologist
Location: Miriam Rank: Instructor or Assistant Professor Search Chair: Sylvia Degli Esposti, MD sdegliesposti@lifespan.org
tmeehan@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2014-01-06

Department: Medicine

The Center for Womens Medicine at The Miriam Hospital is seeking Gastroenterologist to join the Department of Medicine. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time faculty position at the rank of Instructor or Assistant Professor of Medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Minimum requirements include: board eligibility or certification in gastroenterology, strong clinical background in gastroenterology, excellence in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in the clinical programs of gastroenterology. Experience in women’s health and/or pregnancy related disorders are highly desirable. It is preferred that the candidate’s research focus on translational research or a closely related field. ERCP and/or endoscopic ultrasound training is preferred but not required. Interested candidates should upload a letter of interest and curriculum vitae. Please address the letter of interest to Silvia Degli Esposti, M.D., Search Committee Chair. Please apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/24170
15. FPA# FH-1290   Title: Clinical Microbiologist
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor Search Chair: Kimberle Chapin, MD KChapin@lifespan.org
KBKing@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-12-18

Department: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Applications are invited for the position of Clinical Microbiologist, Lifespan Academic Medical Center. The position will include shared responsibilities of the Medical Microbiology and Infectious Disease Molecular Laboratories. Lifespan Academic Medical Center includes Rhode Island Hospital, Hasbro Childrens Hospital, The Miriam Hospital, and Newport Hospital, which are the main teaching hospitals of the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. The Microbiology Laboratory has 50 medical technologists and 3 separate microbiology laboratory facilities performing about 600,000 tests per year. The laboratories serve adult and pediatric medicine, surgery, and OB/GYN along with a large outreach clientele. All areas of microbiology including automated processing and STAT testing, virology, bacteriology, mycology/AFB, and parasitology are integrated with molecular testing performed in every specialty area. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Minimum requirements include MD, PhD or MD/PhD. Certification by the American Board of Pathology in Microbiology, or equivalent certification in Microbiology (such as American Board of Medical Microbiology), is preferred. Evidence of focused experience in microbiology and scholarly activity commensurate with rank must be demonstrated, and a strong interest and experience in teaching is required. The successful candidate is expected to develop a strong microbiology curriculum and participate in Pathology resident education and Infectious Disease Fellowship Programs (GME). Supervising clerkships or courses for medical students, undergraduate and graduate students at Brown University, and/or in teaching in the School of Medical Technology (Clinical Laboratory Sciences) in the Department of Pathology are other teaching opportunities. The lab is very active in applied and translational research, often performed in conjunction or collaboratively with other areas of the Lifespan system to optimize patient care. Candidates with a research focus in diagnostic methods and/or therapies, and a track record of publication will receive special consideration. The Miriam Hospital/Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University are EEO/AA employers and encourage applications from minorities, women, and protected persons. Applications for this position may be submitted through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/23696
16. FPA# FH-1287   Title: Director of the Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
Location: RIH Rank: Associate Professor or Professor Search Chair: Catherine Gordon, MD cgordon1@lifespan.org
cboland@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-11-13

Department: Pediatrics

The Department of Pediatrics, Hasbro Children's Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital are seeking a senior level physician and faculty member to serve as the Alan G. Hassenfeld Endowed Division Chair of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. Faculty appointment will be at the Associate Professor or Professor rank contingent upon qualifications. The position is hospital based and the applicant is expected to participate in patient care activities and teaching of medical students, residents and pediatric hematology/oncology fellows. Preference will be given to candidates with an interest in pursuing basic, translational or clinical research programs pertaining to the field of pediatric hematology/oncology.Interested applicants may apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/23879
17. FPA# FH-1285   Title: Chief of Rheumatology
Location: VA Rank: Assistant Professor or Associate Professor Search Chair: Sharon Rounds, MD Sharon_Rounds@brown.edu
tmeehan@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-10-26

Department: Medicine

Position Description The Providence VA Medical Center and Rhode Island Hospital, teaching hospitals of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, are seeking a rheumatologist to join the Department of Medicine. The successful candidate will serve as Chief of Rheumatology at the Providence VA Medical Center and as a staff rheumatologist at Rhode Island Hospital. Qualifications Minimum requirements include: medical licensure, board eligibility or certification in Internal Medicine and in Rheumatology, strong clinical background in internal medicine and rheumatology, excellence in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in research. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Candidates at the Associate Professor level must have a national reputation and scholarly achievements appropriate for that faculty rank. Interested applicants may apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/23366
18. FPA# FH-1284   Title: Emergency Medicine Pediatric Attending (2 Positions)
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant Professor or Associate Professor Search Chair: Brian Zink, MD BZink@lifespan.org
BBordieri@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-10-25

Department: Emergency Medicine

Rhode Island Hospital/Hasbro Childrens Hospital is seeking an attending physician to join the Department of Emergency Medicine, Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time medical faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.Interested applicants may apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/23066
19. FPA# FH-1283   Title: Attending Physician (5 Positions)
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant Professor or Associate Professor Search Chair: Brian Zink, MD BZink@lifespan.org
BBordieri@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-10-25

Department: Emergency Medicine

Assistant Professor: This is an academic emergency medicine position with a faculty appointment with The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. The faculty member is expected to have an area of academic focus in emergency medicine education or research with scholarly productivity represented by publications and grants in the area of expertise. A minimum of 20% protected time will be allocated for academic work, depending on previous experience and funding. Clinical:The physician will serve as an attending physician in the Emergency Department at the Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital, and if desired Hasbro Childrens Hospital. Associate Professor:This is an academic emergency medicine position with a faculty appointment with The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. The faculty member is expected to have a specific focus in emergency medicine education or research with scholarly productivity represented by publications and grants in the area of expertise. 25-40% of protected time will be allocated for academic work, depending on experience and funding. Clinical:The physician will serve as an attending physician in the Emergency Department at the Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital, and if desired Hasbro Childrens Hospital. Interested applicants may apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/23606
20. FPA# FH-1280   Title: Pediatric Allergist/Immunologist
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant Professor Search Chair: Patrick Vivier, MD patrick_vivier@brown.edu
cboland@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-10-07

Department: Pediatrics

The Department of Pediatrics at Rhode Island Hospital/Hasbro Childrens Hospital, in affiliation with the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, is seeking a physician to join the Division of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time medical faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Teaching Scholar Track. Applicants should hold an M.D. degree and have board certification or board eligibility in Allergy and Immunology. Candidates for this position must have a strong background in managing children with the full range of complex allergic and immunologic diseases; excellent qualifications in clinical care and teaching; and a commitment to scholarly participation in the research programs of the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Preference will be given to candidates with a strong public health outlook and an interest in extending patient education and public health initiatives within the community. The successful candidate will assume clinical, academic, and administrative responsibilities including provision of clinical care and teaching students and residents at Hasbro Children's Hospital, Rhode Island Hospital, and Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island. It is expected that at least 20% of incumbents time will be protected time devoted to scholarly activities with the potential for additional research time based on funding. Candidates would have the opportunity to collaborate with a successful team of clinical asthma and food allergy researchers. Applicants must possess a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Rhode Island (or must be licensed in another jurisdiction and be eligible for licensure in Rhode Island). Interested applicants may apply through Interfolio at: http://apply.interfolio.com/23207
21. FPA# FH-1279   Title: Hematologist/Oncologist
Location: RIH Rank: Instructor or Assistant Professor Search Chair: Edward Wittels, MD ewittels@lifespan.org
tmeehan@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-10-04

Department: Medicine

The Department of Medicine is seeking a Hematologist Oncologist to join the Division of Hematology/Oncology at Rhode Island Hospital. The Department is looking for an individual who has shown excellence in patient care and teaching and has made a commitment to scholarly participation. The selected candidate will be expected to participate in all activities of the Division of Hematology/Oncology in the Department of Medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, which includes teaching medical students, residents and fellows. The successful individual will serve as a preceptor in the core clerkship in hematology/oncology and develop a clinical elective for students and residents. He/she will be expected to establish clinical research programs in the area of hemostasis and thrombosis at Rhode Island Hospital. The selected candidate will also be expected to participate on a national level in cooperative group research and to establish an independent investigative program focusing on hemostasis and thrombosis. It is anticipated that approximately 30-35% of the candidates time will be devoted to research in hemostasis and thrombosis. Most of the individual's time will be split between outpatient clinical activities and inpatient coverage of the inpatient hematology/oncology unit and consultation service. Minimum requirements: board eligibility or certification in hematology/oncology with a focus on blood coagulation clinical problems, strong background in epidemiology and biostatistics, excellence in patient care and teaching, and a strong commitment to scholarly participation in clinical hematology/oncology programs. The individual must qualify for a full-time faculty appointment at the Instructor or Assistant Professor level at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Interested candidates should upload a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/23190. Please address the letter of interest to Edward Wittels, M.D., Search Committee Chair.
22. FPA# FH-1278   Title: Director of Clinical Pathology
Location: RIH Rank: Associate or Full Professor Search Chair: Douglas Anthony, MD, PhD douglas_anthony@brown.edu
KBKing@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-09-04

Department: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Minimum requirements include MD or M.D./Ph.D., training and/or experience in the practice of Clinical Pathology; and certification by the American Board of Pathology in Clinical Pathology, or equivalent certification. Evidence of scholarly activity commensurate with rank must be demonstrated, and a strong interest and experience in teaching is required. The successful candidate is expected to provide leadership and medical direction for the Lifespan Laboratories, including integration of individual sections of the laboratory and design of diagnostic testing strategies for Lifespan Academic Medical Center. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise or experience in laboratory informatics and/or clinical decision support in personalized diagnostics. The incumbent will be expected to participate in the teaching of residents and fellows in the Department, in the teaching of residents and fellows in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and other disciplines, in supervising clerkships or courses for medical students, undergraduate and graduate students at Brown University, and/or in teaching in the School of Medical Technology (Clinical Laboratory Sciences) in the Department of Pathology. Please apply through Interfolio System at https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21974.
23. FPA# FH-1276   Title: Director of Geriatrics Education
Location: Memorial Rank: Assistant, Associate or Professor Search Chair: Jeffrey Borkan, MD, PhD Jeffrey_Borkan@mhri.org
Elizabeth_Smith@mhri.org
Date posted: 2013-08-05

Department: Family Medicine

The individual must be board certified or eligible in Family Medicine or Internal Medicine and should have a Certificate of Added Qualifications in geriatric medicine. Applicants must be eligible for license to practice medicine in the State of Rhode Island, eligible for a faculty appointment at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University at the Assistant, Associate or Professor level and be eligible for privileges to practice at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island. Prior teaching experience in an academic medical setting is highly desirable and a record of accomplishment in scholarship and clinical service are afforded additional consideration. Applicants may apply through Interfolio at: https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21872
24. FPA# FH-1275   Title: Surgical Pathologists (3 Positions)
Location: RIH Rank: Asst/Assoc/Full Professor Search Chair: Douglas Anthony, MD, PhD douglas_anthony@brown.edu
KBKing@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-07-30

Department: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

The Department of Pathology at The Miriam and the Rhode Island Hospitals is seeking a Surgical Pathologist to join the Lifespan Academic Medical Center. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time medical faculty position at the rank of Assistant to Associate Professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Minimum requirements include: board certification in Anatomic Pathology by the American Board of Pathology (or Canadian equivalent). Gyn pathology subspecialty training is desirable. The incumbent will be expected to develop and maintain an independent research program in the general areas of surgical pathology or subspecialty. The incumbent will also be expected to participate in the teaching of residents and fellows in the Department and in the teaching of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine courses, in supervising clerkships for medical students at Brown University and in providing instructional support to the medical technologist training program in the Department of Pathology. Candidates should have experience in a university hospital or comparable institution with an active surgical service. Those candidates applying at the Associate Professor level must have a national reputation and scholarly achievements appropriate to this level. Applicants may apply through Interfolio at:https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21920
25. FPA# FH-1273   Title: Division Director - Reproductive Endocrinology
Location: WIH Rank: Associate Professor or Professor Search Chair: Maureen Phipps, MD mphipps@wihri.org
cfruggiero@wihri.org
Date posted: 2013-07-29

Department: Obstetrics and Gynecology

The Director of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology will be eligible for appointment to the academic rank of Associate Professor or full Professor on the faculty of the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, in either the Teaching Scholar or Research Scholar track. Physician must possess or be eligible for medical license in the states of Rhode Island and Massachusetts. He/she must be board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and have successfully completed a fellowship program in Reproductive Endocrinology. The Division Director is employed by Women & Infants Hospital and reports to the Chair/Chief of the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology. The Division Director will be expected to spend 60% time on administrative, teaching, and research efforts with the remaining 40% time devoted to clinical care. These percentages may be adjusted by the Chair as deemed appropriate. Administrative and inter-personal skills are necessary in order to manage and advance the Division within the Department, the hospital, and the medical school. The Division has ongoing major programs in Assisted Reproduction (including IVF, ICSI and Assisted Hatching), infertility surgery and the treatment of the menopause and other endocrinologic conditions. The REI Division currently provides academic and clinical services to the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Tufts Medical School/New England Medical Center. The Division Director will be expected to manage and/or oversee the management and continued success of these clinical programs, and the development of new programs as appropriate, including the maintenance of appropriate approvals from licensing agencies. The Division Director will be responsible for developing and ensuring the continued success of the Divisions research and teaching activities, and for faculty development within the Division. The Division Director will be responsible for managing all aspects of the Division in the context of a health care environment which presents increasingly complex challenges to academic medicine. The Division Director will be responsible for budgeting and strategic planning within the Division. The Division Director will be responsible for clinical quality management within Reproductive Medicine and Infertility. He/she will be responsible for quality review, development of new programs and phasing out of non-productive programs as appropriate, and the maintenance of clinical skills within the Division. The Division Director will be responsible for assuring that a high level of quality is maintained in the IVF laboratories, and that appropriate licensing body and regulatory approvals are kept current. The Division Director will be responsible for making certain that the Division is responsive to the changing needs of the patient population served and to changes in the health care climate, by maintaining flexibility of the clinical programs. The Division Director will be expected to maintain 40% clinical effort within the division. The Division has teaching responsibilities for medical students, residents, and fellows, as well as continuing medical education within the hospital and medical school. The Division Director will be responsible for achieving and maintaining high quality educational programs in all of these areas. The Division Director will be responsible for maintaining a board approved fellowship program in REI. The Division Director will be responsible for developing and maintaining high quality clinical and laboratory investigative activities within the Division. One of the primary missions of the Division is to add to the body of knowledge regarding Reproductive Medicine and Infertility. Minimum Requirements: The successful candidate must meet the following minimum requirements: 1. The candidate must qualify for a full time faculty position at the level of Associate or Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Brown. 2. Candidate must be ABOG certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and hold a Certificate of Special Competence in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. 3. Candidate must be eligible for medical license in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. 4. Must have management/leadership experience in healthcare. 5. Must have national reputation of scholarly achievement. Interested applicants may apply through Interfolio at: https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21908
26. FPA# FH-1272   Title: Clinical Geneticist
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant Professor Search Chair: Charlotte Boney, MD charlotte_boney@brown.edu
cboland@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-07-15

Department: Pediatrics

The Department of Pediatrics, the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University is seeking a clinical geneticist in an academic track at the Assistant Professor level. Potential applicants should hold an M.D. degree and have board certification or board eligibility in Clinical Genetics. Certification/interest in biochemical, cancer or molecular genetics is desirable. Candidates must qualify for appointment at the Assistant Professor academic rank at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Candidates for this position should have strong clinical and academic skills, including education of trainees at all levels and a publication record that reflects scholarly activity since completion of training. The successful candidate will assume clinical, academic, and administrative responsibilities and provide clinical care and teaching to students and residents at Hasbro Childrens Hospital, Rhode Island Hospital and Women & Infants Hospital of RI. This position consists of ~80% effort as clinical time (inpatient consults 16 weeks per year and 4 outpatient sessions per week) and ~20% protected time for teaching and other scholarly activities. The current division of Human Genetics has 1 clinical geneticist, 1 clinical biochemical geneticist, and 2 genetic counselors. The division has close ties to the Rhode Island Department of Health Newborn Screening Program. Applicants must possess a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Rhode Island (or must be licensed in another jurisdiction and be eligible for licensure in Rhode Island). For more information about the department, position, hospital or city, please contact the chair of the search committee, Dr Charlotte M Boney MD at charlotte_boney@brown.edu Interested candidates can apply online at https://xxxxxxxxx. Please upload the following: Curriculum Vitae and cover letter. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Brown University is an EEO/AA employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. It welcomes nominations and applications from minorities, women, and individuals with varied experiences, perspectives and back grounds, which would enrich the universitys research, teaching and service missions. Interested applicants can apply through Interfolio at: https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21909
27. FPA# FH-1268   Title: Chief of Medicine
Location: WIH Rank: Associate Professor or Professor Search Chair: James Padbury, MD JPadbury@wihri.org
tmeehan@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-06-21

Department: Medicine

Women & Infants Hospital (WIH) is seeking a Chief of Medicine to join the Department of Medicine. The successful candidate will be responsible for the overall administration of the Department of Medicine activities at WIH and will play a major leadership role in the development and coordination of the Womens Health Program across the Care New England System. He/she will serve as director of all Department of Medicine clinical activities at WIH and will provide or supervise the provision of the general internal medicine services. The selected candidate will teach in and oversee all of the teaching programs (faculty, fellows, residents and medical students) in the Department of Medicine at WIH. He/she will be expected to conduct and supervise significant research in his/her area of expertise and to stimulate clinical research in Womens Health. Minimum requirements include: certification in internal medicine, strong clinical background in internal medicine, excellence in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in the clinical research programs. National reputation and scholarly achievements appropriate for a senior level position will be expected. Five years in an administrative role at a major medical institution will be expected. Special interest in inpatient medical consultation and/or medical problems in pregnancy are an asset. Interested applicants may apply through Interfolio at https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21819.
28. FPA# FH-1255   Title: Endocrine Surgeon
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant Professor Search Chair: Jack Monchik monchikjmm@yahoo.com
JAntes@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-04-18

Department: Surgery

The Department of Surgery is seeking a full-time faculty endocrine surgeon. Faculty member must be board certified/eligible in surgery and have completed an endocrine surgery fellowship. Applicants should have expertise in laparoscopy for endocrine procedures. The candidate will also be adept at office ultrasound for detection of thyroid and parathyroid disease as well as fine needle aspiration. The faculty member is expected to participate in and support the training of surgical residents and medical students in all aspects of endocrine surgery. Administrative responsibilities at the outset will be minimized and revolve around participating in committee work at Rhode Island Hospital. The faculty member is responsible for participation (initially up to 30%) in the formation of a hypothesis driven basic science or clinical research program under the auspices of the Department of Surgery, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Clinical activities will require maintenance of office hours and operative days, participation in occasional clinics and coverage within the Endocrine Surgery Department and Emergency Room. On-call coverage will be in rotation. The Department of Surgery is seeking a fulltime faculty endocrine surgeon. Faculty member must be board certified/eligible in surgery and have completed an endocrine surgery fellowship. Applicants should have expertise in laparoscopy for endocrine procedures. The candidate will also be adept at office ultrasound for detection of thyroid and parathyroid disease as well as fine needle aspiration. Applicants qualify for a fulltime faculty position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor of Surgery at Brown University. This is a full-time faculty position requiring the development of a clinical practice in endocrine surgery. Applicants may apply through Interfolio at https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21391.
29. FPA# FH-1252   Title: Director, Interventional Cardiology
Location: Miriam Rank: Associate Professor or Professor Search Chair: James Arrighi, MD James_Arrighi@brown.edu
tmeehan@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-04-04

Department: Medicine

The Department of Medicine is seeking a senior level physician and faculty member to serve as Director of Interventional Cardiology in the Cardiovascular Institute (CVI), Division of Cardiology. The chosen applicant will report to the Director of the Cardiovascular Institute and be responsible for medical aspects of administration of interventional cardiology services at the Rhode Island and Miriam Hospitals. The chosen candidate must have: board certification in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology; a minimum of 10 years faculty experience in interventional cardiology; a strong clinical background in interventional cardiology; demonstrated excellence in patient care and teaching; and a commitment to scholarly participation in the clinical research programs. Experience in all areas of cardiac interventions (coronary and structural) is highly desirable. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time medical faculty position at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor in the Department of Medicine and have an established record of research relating to interventional cardiology, with an appropriate record of scholarly publications and achievements. The incumbent must also have a national or international reputation for scholarship and leadership in interventional cardiology, as evidenced by involvement in national committees and relevant professional societies (such as ACC or SCAI). A proven track record of administrative experience in a busy hospital setting is highly desirable. Please apply via Interfolio at https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21413
30. FPA# FH-1248   Title: Assistant Residency Director
Location: Memorial Rank: Asst/Assoc/Full Professor Search Chair: Melissa Nothnagle, MD Melissa_Nothnagle@brown.edu
Elizabeth_Smith@mhri.org
Date posted: 2013-02-19

Department: Family Medicine

A family physician in this position serves as Assistant Residency Director in the Department of Family Medicine with teaching responsibilities in an academic setting involving students and residents. Teaching responsibilities in an academic setting involving students and residents. Other responsibilities include clinical, scholarly activity and administrative.Must possess a doctor of medicine or DO degree, be eligible for certification by the ABFM or its equivalent and be qualified for appointment at the academic rank of Assistant/Associate or Professor at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Applicants much have academic teaching experience with students and/or residents, as well as excellent clinical skills in family medicine, including inpatient and outpatient settings. Strong procedural skills and maternity care experience desirable. Interested applicants may apply through Interfolio at https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21125.
31. FPA# FH-1244   Title: Pediatric Hematologist/Oncologist
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor Search Chair: Neil Leleiko, MD nleleiko@lifespan.org
cboland@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-02-07

Department: Pediatrics

The successful candidate must qualify for a full time medical faculty position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. If senior level, the candidate must have a national reputation and scholarly achievements. Minimum requirements include board eligibility or certification in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, a strong clinical background in pediatrics and pediatric hematology/oncology, excellence in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in the research programs of the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Preference will be given to candidates with an interest in leading clinical and research programs pertaining to hematology or bone marrow transplantation. Education or experience in clinical or laboratory research methodology is desirable. The candidate would join 5 full time faculty, 3 fellows, 5 nurse practitioners, and a fully staffed multidisciplinary team that ensures high quality, patient focused care. There are designated programs in hemophilia, sickle cell disease/hemoglobinopathy, neuro-oncology, and the long term effects of childhood cancer. Correlative and translational laboratory efforts will also be supported. This position allows 20% protected time for research with the potential for additional research time based on funding. This is an intermediate level position that will include opportunity for administrative and leadership growth within the division. Specifics: 1. Share basic inpatient and outpatient teaching responsibilities with inpatient and outpatient care and teaching responsibilities with other members of the Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology at the Hasbro Childrens Hospital of Rhode Island Hospital. 2. Participate in supervision of hematology/oncology fellow, resident and medical student care of pediatric patients in all relevant areas of the Hasbro Childrens Hospital of Rhode Island Hospital. 3. Participate in curriculum development, advising, and teaching of the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University medical students and those from other programs in all aspects of pediatric experience. 4. Initiate and carry out a plan of research/scholarly activities in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology or a related area in concert with other staff members, apply for research funds, and write for peer-reviewed publications. 5. Maintain positive working relationships by: a. attending and participating in Faculty and Staff meetings; b. serving on Medical School, Hospital and Department committees; c. assisting as much as possible as fellow faculty pursue assigned leadership roles; d. working closely with the Director of the Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology and the Chairman of Pediatrics of the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University to facilitate the achievement of the Division and Departments mission. 6. Prepare a written self-assessment for review with the Director of the Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology and for submission for review by the Academic Review and Promotions Committee, Department of Pediatrics. Apply online at:https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21197
32. FPA# FH-1239   Title: Neurologist
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant, Associate or Full Professor Search Chair: Joseph Friedman Joseph_Friedman@brown.edu
CHarrington1@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2013-01-09

Department: Neurology

The Neurology Foundation, a faculty practice plan which contracts for the provision of neurology services with Rhode Island Hospital, is seeking a neurologist to be employed full-time with sub specialty expertise in neurodegenerative disorders to join the Department of Neurology. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time medical faculty position at the rank of Assistant to full Professor in the Department of Neurology at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. If appointed at the senior rank, evidence of national reputation and scholarly productivity commensurate with that rank will be required. Minimum requirements include board eligibility or certification in neurology, strong clinical background in one or more neurodegenerative disorders, excellence in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in the research programs of Warren Alpert Medical School. Experience in movement disorders or dementia is highly desirable. It is preferred that the candidates research experience focus on degenerative disorders in movement disorders or dementia. The selected individual will participate in the educational programs in Neurology for medical students and residents as well as other staff members at the Rhode Island Hospital. In addition, this individual will participate by providing neurology care to patients of the Hospital. The successful candidate will collaborate with other faculty and the Chairperson of the Department Neurology in educational programs, in scholarly work, and in clinical activities. In conjunction with the Neurology Foundation Attending Physicians, the selected individual will rotate onto the outpatient and inpatient clinical services at Rhode Island Hospital. The successful applicant will be expected to be a productive scholar and will be provided with ample opportunities for research in neurodegenerative disorders. Please apply to the following link: https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/20879
33. FPA# FH-1232   Title: Neurologist
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant, Associate or Full Professor Search Chair: Karen Furie, MD KFurie@lifespan.org
CHarrington1@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2012-10-26

Department: Neurology

The Neurology Foundation, a faculty practice plan which contracts for the provision of neurology services with Rhode Island Hospital, is seeking a neurologist to be employed full-time with sub specialty expertise in neuromuscular disease to join the Department of Neurology. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time medical faculty position at the rank of Assistant to Professor in the Department of Neurology at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. If appointed at the senior rank, evidence of national reputation and scholarly productivity commensurate with that rank will be required. Minimum requirements include board eligibility or certification in neurology, strong clinical background in neurology, excellence in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in the clinical research programs of The Warren Alpert Medical School. Experience in EMG/NCS is highly desirable. It is preferred that the candidates research experience focus on diseases of muscles and nerves. The selected individual will participate in the educational programs in Neurology for medical students and residents as well as other staff members at the Rhode Island Hospital. In addition, this individual will participate by providing Neurology care to patients of the Hospital. The successful candidate will collaborate with other faculty and the Chairperson of the Department Neurology in educational programs, in scholarly work, and in clinical activities. In conjunction with the Neurology Foundation Attending Physicians, the selected individual will rotate onto the outpatient and inpatient clinical services at Rhode Island Hospital. The successful applicant will be expected to be a productive scholar and will be provided with ample opportunities for research in diseases of muscles and nerves. a. Must be Board Eligible or Board Certified in Neurology. b. Experience in EMG/NCS is highly desirable. c. Must demonstrate excellence as a teacher of Neurology. d. Must be an accomplished clinician able to serve as a teaching role model for pre-doctoral and post-doctoral medical students, interns, residents and fellows. Must show promise of developing an ongoing record of scholarly productivity through research or other means appropriate to the academic rank and to timely academic promotion. Appointee in academic track will be provided 20 % protected time to pursue academic and research opportunities. Applicants may apply through Interfolio at https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/18673
34. FPA# FH-1216   Title: Transplant Surgeon
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor Search Chair: Paul Morrissey, MD PMorrissey@lifespan.org
JAntes@lifespan.org
Date posted: 2012-10-03

Department: Surgery

OVERVIEW OF POSITION (100 % time) The Department of Surgery at Rhode Island Hospital is seeking a Renal and Pancreas Transplant Surgeon to begin as soon as October 2012. Board Certification or eligibility in General Surgery is expected. Successful completion of an ASTS approved fellowship in multi-organ transplantation is required. Demonstrated excellence in patient care and teaching of residents and medical students at all levels of medical training is required. The program involves a full scope of transplant activities and care for patients with ESRD. One part-time and two full-time nephrologists, a dedicated transplant ID physician, and three nurse coordinators staff the program, which was established in 1997. The candidate would join Paul Morrissey, M.D., who serves as Director of Transplant Services at Rhode Island Hospital. The group performs 25-35 deceased donor transplants and 25-30 live donor transplants and nephrectomies annually. TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATION (30 % time) Applicants must qualify for a full-time faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor at Brown. The position includes an academic appointment in the teaching scholar track at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Activities in include surgical care of patients with ESRD including living kidney donation (open and laparoscopic), renal transplantation (pediatric and adult), dialysis access and general surgery in patients with end stage renal disease. Instruction of medical students and surgical residents is expected as well as participation in department rounds and regional transplant activities. Other duties (committee appointments, e.g.) may be assigned by the Department Chair. RESEARCH (10 % time) Pursuit of scholarly clinical research in addition to a clinical practice involving pre-and post-transplant care, hemodialysis access and general surgical procedures in patients with ESRD is expected. A greater breadth or surgical procedures could be incorporated into the practice pending discussion with the Department Chair. There are opportunities at Rhode Island Hospital for basic science and translational research, but this activity is not essential. CLINICAL (60 % time) Transplant activities include rounds, clinics, conferences, procurements, transplantation surgery, dialysis access and general surgery. The candidate will be incorporated into the call schedule for the Division of Transplantation and participate fully in Department of Surgery conferences and the meetings of University Surgical Associates, Inc. 10% protected time for scholarly activity. Applicants may apply at: https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/17101
35. FPA# FH-1203   Title: Gastroenterologist
Location: WIH Rank: Instructor/Assistant Professor Search Chair: Raymond Powrie, MD Raymond_Powrie@brown.edu Date posted: 2012-05-29

Department: Medicine

ADMINISTRATION: The incumbent will report to the Division Director, Center for Women's Gastrointestinal Disorders, Department of Medicine of Women & Infants Hospital. The incumbent will be responsible for the administration of quality assurance, charting, conferences, program development, service lines, tumor board, etc. Total Administrative Activities: 10% CLINICAL: The incumbent will serve as an attending physician in the Center for Women's Gastrointestinal Disorders, providing 3-4 outpatient sessions per week, and providing 2-3 endoscopy procedures sessions per week, 45 weeks per year. The incumbent will serve as an attending physician on the inpatient GI consultation service 3-4 months per year. Total Clinical Activity: 60%. JOB DESCRIPTION: Serve as an attending physician in the Department of Medicine, in the Center for Women's Gastrointestinal Disorders at Women & Infants Hospital. Participate in the Department's Service schedule. Participate in the Department's On-Call schedule. REQUIREMENTS: Minimum requirements are that the candidate be a board eligible/board certified gastroenterologist who will care for women, including care of pregnant patients in an outpatient faculty practice, endoscopy suite, as well as inpatient consultations in a women's hospital. The candidate should have demonstrated excellence in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in the clinical programs of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Experience in outpatient clinical practice, inpatient service, and teaching is highly desired. Total Teaching Activity: 10% The incumbent will teach medical students, residents, and fellows in the outpatient faculty practice, endoscopy suite, and on the inpatient units. The incumbent will participate in the educational and training programs in the Department of Medicine, including conference programs, journal clubs, and seminars, as well as participate in expanding the GI fellowship and pelvic floor dysfunction program. Total Research Activity: 20% The incumbent will be expected to establish, coordinate, and integrate clinical research protocols at Women & Infants Hospital and, in collaboration with the Department of Medicine. A minimum of 20% protected time for research and scholarly productivity will be provided. The incumbent will serve as a liaison between Women & Infants Hospital and the various internal medicine programs at Brown University and its affiliate hospitals. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: 1. Must be Board Eligible or Board Certified in Gastroenterology. 2. Must have a strong clinical background in Gastroenterology. 3. Must have a demonstrated excellence in patient care and teaching. 4. Must have a commitment to scholarly participation in the clinical programs of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. 5. Must be eligible for an appointment at the level of Instructor/Assistant Professor of Medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
36. FPA# FH-1196   Title: Division Director, Center for Women's Gastrointentinal Disorders
Location: WIH Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor Search Chair: Raymond Powrie, MD Raymond_Powrie@brown.edu Date posted: 2012-03-20

Department: Medicine

ADMINISTRATION: The incumbent will report to the Chief of Medicine of Women & Infants Hospital and to the Chairman of Medicine at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. The incumbent will be responsible for the administration of quality assurance, charting, conferences, program development, service lines, tumor board, etc. Total Administrative Activity = 10% CLINICAL: The incumbent will serve as an attending physician in the Center for Women's Gastrointestinal Disorders, providing 3-4 outpatient sessions per week, and providing 2-3 endoscopy procedures sessions per week, 45 weeks per year. The incumbent will serve as an attending physician on the inpatient GI consultation service 3-4 months per year. Total Clinical Activity = 60%. JOB DESCRIPTION: Serve as an attending physician in the Department of Medicine, in the Center for Women's Gastrointestinal Disorders at Women & Infants Hospital. Participate in the Department's Service schedule. Participate in the Department's On-Call schedule. REQUIREMENTS: Minimum requirements are that the candidate be board certified gastroenterologist who will care for women, including care of pregnant patients in an outpatient faculty practice, endoscopy suite, as well as inpatient consultations in a women's hospital. The candidate should have demonstrated excellence in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in the clinical programs of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Experience in outpatient clinical practice, inpatient service, and teaching is highly desired. Total Teaching Activity = 10% The incumbent will teach medical students, residents, and fellows in the outpatient faculty practice, endoscopy suite, and on the inpatient units. The incumbent will participate in the educational and training programs in the Department of Medicine, including conference programs, journal clubs, and seminars, as well as participate in expanding the GI fellowship and pelvic floor dysfunction program. Total Research Activity = 20% The incumbent will be expected to establish, coordinate, and integrate clinical research protocols at Women & Infants Hospital and in collaboration with the Department of Medicine. A minimum of 20% protected time for research and scholarly productivity will be provided. The incumbent will serve as a liaison between Women & Infants Hospital and the various internal medicine programs of Brown University and its affiliated hospitals.
37. FPA# FH-1189   Title: Urology Surgeon
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor Search Chair: Professor Anthony Caldamone anthony_caldamone@brown.edu Date posted: 2012-02-10

Department: Surgery

Board certification or eligibility by the American Board of Urology is required. It is required that the individual will have either completed a fellowship which includes training in endourology/minimally invasive surgery or have five years or more experience in the practice of endourology/minimally invasive surgery. He/she will have a commitment to an academic career as well as to the teaching of residents and medical students. The candidate is expected to participate in the division's minimally invasive surgery fellowship program and should have research interests in endourology/nephrolithiasis or minimally invasive surgery. Candidates must meet the qualifications for appointment to a faculty position as the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor of Surgery at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. CLINICAL: 78% - Clinical activities will require maintenance of office hours, OR time, coverage of clinics and Emergency Room consultations. On-call schedule for nights and weekends will be in rotations with other surgeons. RESEARCH: 10% - The faculty member is expected to engage in clinical and/or basic science research in topics of interest involving female urology. It is expected that such research will lead to regional and national presentation as well as peer-reviewed publication. TEACHING: 10% - An active participation in teaching activities is expected. Involvement and support of teaching of the Alpert Medical School of Brown University residents and students is an integral part of the academic practice. Regular and active participation in divisional conferences is also expected. ADMINISTRATION: 2% - Administrative involvement will be limited to divisional activities and hospital/university committees. PERCENT OF PROTECTED TIME FOR SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY - 20%
38. FPA# FH-1186   Title: Director of Molecular Biology
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor Search Chair: Professor Murray Resnick Murray_Resnick@Brown.EDU Date posted: 2012-01-18

Department: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Requirements: American Board of Pathology eligibility/certification in Anatomic and/or Clinical Pathology is required. Certification in Molecular Pathology is preferred. Applicants should have MD, DO, or MD/PhD Degree. We would highly consider candidates with interest/expertise in scientific and administrative involvement in research infrastructure/core facilities involved in tissue based investigative translational and molecular studies. Service and Administrative Responsibility: 50-75% effort - Diagnostic expertise in molecular pathology and the development of new testing services in the molecular pathology arena will be expected and participation in surgical pathology or other areas of anatomic pathology will be strongly encouraged. We would highly consider candidates with interest/expertise in scientific and administrative involvement in research infrastructure/core facilities involved in tissue based investigative translational and molecular studies. The successful candidate is expected to develop a strong molecular pathology curriculum and participate in the Pathology resident educational program (GME). The Molecular Diagnostic Division is engaged in an active expansion phase in its test molecular oncology testing portfolio as well as its equipment and physical plans. The incumbent will be expected to participate in the overall administration of the Molecular Biology Laboratory; provide clinical consultative services in support of the clinical staff; maintain compliance with regulatory and accrediting agencies; and engage in continuous process improvement. Teaching Research Responsibilities: 25-50% effort - The incumbent will actively participate in the teaching of clinical Pathology residents, medical students and house-staff, as required. It is expected that active on-going research will be conducted in the area of molecular biology, either clinically based or in basic science.
39. FPA# FH-1174   Title: Pulmonary/Critical Care Physician
Location: RIH Rank: Associate Professor/Professor Search Chair: Mitchell Levy Mitchell_Levy@Brown.EDU Date posted: 2011-10-20

Department: Medicine

Board certified/eligible, senior level academic physician in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Must demonstrate a national or international reputation and scholarly achievement appropriate to the associate professor or professor level. Minimum requirements include a successful track record in funded research in pulmonary diseases. It is preferred that the candidate's research experience focus on COPD/Asthma or IPF or a closely related field. Experience in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in clinical pulmonary research programs at the Medical School is required. TEACHING: The incumbent will be expected to participate as a preceptor in the Core Clerkship in Medicine at the Rhode Island Hospital, and develop a clinical elective for medical students and residents. The incumbent will be expected to participate in the teaching programs of the Division of Pulmonary, Sleep & Critical Care Medicine at the Rhode Island Hospital, which includes Residents in Medicine and fellows in pulmonary and critical care. RESEARCH: The incumbent will be expected to establish, coordinate, and integrate clinical pulmonary research protocols at the Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital and, in collaboration, with the Department of Medicine. The incumbent will also be expected to participate on a national level in cooperative group pulmonary research planning. The incumbent will be expected to establish an independent investigative program, preferably focusing on COPD/Asthma or IPF or a closely related field. It is expected that approximately 75% if the incumbent's time will be devoted to scholarly activity, and space will be provided. The incumbent will serve as a liaison between the Rhode Island Hospital and the various pulmonary programs of Brown University and its affiliated hospitals. PATIENT CARE: The incumbent will be expected to spend time on the clinical pulmonary service and to see patients in the Rhode Island Hospital outpatient unit. SERVICE RESPONSIBILITIES: The incumbent will be expected to actively participate in all activities of the Division of Pulmonary, Sleep & Critical Care Medicine, the Department of Medicine, and the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
40. FPA# FH-1167   Title: Obstetric & Consultative Medical Physician
Location: WIH Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor Search Chair: Raymond Powrie Raymond_Powrie@brown.edu Date posted: 2011-10-12

Department: Medicine

Serve as an attending physician in the Department of Medicine, in the Obstetric & Consultative Service at Women & Infants Hospital. Provide outpatient obstetric medicine consultation, and provide clinical oversight for the Hospital's Employee Health Office. Participate in the Department's Service schedule. Participate in the Department's On-Call schedule.
41. FPA# FH-1159   Title: Pulmonary/Critical Care Physician
Location: RIH Rank: Instructor/Assistant Professor Search Chair: Mitchell Levy Tricia_Meehan@brown.edu Date posted: 2011-09-14

Department: Medicine

Successful applicants will be board eligible or certified in Pulmonary & Critical Care, a strong clinical background in pulmonary disease, excellence in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in the clinical pulmonary research programs at The Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University. Experience in clinical protocol development and implementation is highly desirable. Research in COPD/Asthma or a closely related field is preferred. The incumbent will participate as a preceptor in the Core Clerkship in Medicine at Rhode Island Hospital, and develop a clinical elective for medical students and residents. Incumbent will participate in the Division of Pulmonary, Sleep & Critical Care Medicine teaching programs at RIH which include fellows in pulmonary and critical care and Residents in Medicine. In collaboration with the Department of Medicine, the incumbent will establish, coordinate, and integrate clinical pulmonary research protocols at RIH and The Miriam Hospital. A minimum of 20% of incumbents time will be devoted to scholarly activity, space will be provided. The establishment of an independent investigative program, preferably focusing on pulmonary research or a related field is required. The incumbent will serve as a liaison between RIH and the various pulmonary programs of Brown University and its affiliated hospitals, spend time on the clinical pulmonary service and see patients in the outpatient wing at RIH, and actively participate in all activities of the Division of Pulmonary, Sleep & Critical Care Medicine and The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
42. FPA# FH-1143   Title: Family Medicine Physician Researcher
Location: Memorial Rank: Instructor/Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor Search Chair: Charles Eaton MD charles_eaton@mhri.org Date posted: 2011-08-05

Department: Family Medicine

The general purpose will be to participate in research, educational and clinical programs with the primary focus on research relevant to Family Medicine. The individual will work as part of a trans-disciplinary research team and will have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty in the Program in Public Health, other Warren Alpert Medical School affiliated hospitals and departments. The position is responsible for overall development and implementation of a research portfolio of grants, contracts and professional service agreements that is germane to family medicine and of high scholarly value as judged by peer review. The individual is expected to maintain a record of scholarly work consistent with either the teacher scholar or research scholar tracks at the AMS. It is expected that the focus of the scholarly work will dovetail with research activities of other faculty. Clinical responsibilities include management of patients in ambulatory and hospital settings to the extent necessary for maintenance of clinical skills. The position also includes responsibility for participating in the shared call responsibilities of the department. The individual is expected to participate in the teaching activities of the department. It is expected that the focus of the teaching responsibilities will be aligned with the research activities and clinical expertise of the individual. The responsibilities of the position include those related to the development and implementation of a scholarly research portfolio and core administrative responsibilities of any staff member.
43. FPA# FH-1142   Title: Urologist
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor Search Chair: Mark Sigman, MD msigman@lifespan.org Date posted: 2011-08-04

Department: Surgery

Clinical activities will require maintenance of office hours, OR time, coverage of clinics and Emergency Room consultations. On-call schedule for nights and weekends will be in rotations with other surgeons. The faculty member is expected to engage in clinical and/or basic science research in topics of interest involving female urology. It is expected that such research will lead to regional and national presentations as well as peer-reviewed publications. Active participation in teaching activities is expected. Involvement and support of teaching of the Alpert Medical School residents and students is an integral part of the academic practice. Regular and active participation in divisional conferences is also expected. Administrative involvement will be limited to divisional activities and hospital/university committees.
44. FPA# FH-1138   Title: Director, Ocean State Clinical Coordinating Center
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor Search Chair: Mitchell Levy MD mitchell_levy@brown.edu Date posted: 2011-05-27

Department: Medicine

The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time medical faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School. Minimum requirements include: board eligibility or certification in internal medicine, strong clinical training or experience in developing and managing multi-center clinical trials in sepsis. A track record of academic success in pulmonary and critical care medicine or infectious diseases is highly desirable. It is preferred that the candidate's research focus on sepsis or a closely related field.
45. FPA# FH-1134   Title: Staff Physician Researcher
Location: RIH Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor Search Chair: Douglas Hixson PhD dhixson@lifespan.org Date posted: 2011-05-27

Department: Medicine

Board eligibility or certification in Hematology or Oncology, strong clinical background in hematology oncology, excellence in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in the clinical research programs of the Warren Alpert Medical School. A capacity to establish a laboratory based research program is desired. It is preferred that the candidate's research experience focus on mechanisms of disease or a closely related field.
46. FPA# FH-1131   Title: Director, Women's Behavioral Health
Location: WIH Rank: Associate/Full Professor Search Chair: Lawrence Price MD lawrence_price@brown.edu Date posted: 2011-04-28

Department: Psychiatry and Human Behavior

Butler Hospital is seeking a full time Psychiatrist for Director of the Women's Behavioral Health Program for the Care New England health system in Providence, RI. This position will housed at WIH. Candidates should have significant experience working with physicians and other mental health professionals in a general or specialty hospital and a record of clinical research or scholarly activity in the area of women's psychiatry. The candidate should also have a record of teaching and supervision of psychiatry residents and other trainees. Candidate must be eligible for academic appointment at Brown University at the Professor of Associate Professor level, Teaching or Research Scholar Track and have demonstrated a national/international reputation in his/her field.
47. FPA# FH-1123   Title: Head of Pediatric Imaging
Location: RIH Rank: Associate/Full Professor Search Chair: John Cronan MD jcronan@lifespan.org Date posted: 2011-03-01

Department: Diagnostic Imaging

The successful candidate should be board certified in Diagnostic Radiology with a Certificate of Added Qualification in Pediatric Imaging. A track record of research excellence and prior administrative experience are required. The selected individual must be eligible for the rank of Associate or full Professor at the Alpert Medical School