Academic Infectious Disease Physician - HIV
- Henry Ford Health System
- Detroit, Michigan
- Closing date
- Mar 16, 2024
- Infectious Disease
- Full Time
- Position Type
Henry Ford Health is a quaternary care academic institution affiliated with Michigan State University and Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan is seeking an outstanding clinician, leader, teacher and researcher for an Academic Infectious Disease and/or an Academic HIV Infectious Disease position. The Institution is a 6-hospital system with 28,000 employees, 3 million patient visits annually and is one of the largest integrated health systems and transplantation programs in the country. The Infectious Disease fellowship is one of the oldest in the United States, with advanced fellowships in Hospital Infection Prevention and Epidemiology, Infectious Disease Transplantation and Global Health.
- Featured programs include HIV, ID transplant, Health Care Epidemiology, Antimicrobial Resistance and Global Health.
- The HIV program is Ryan White funded providing multidisciplinary clinic support and various community-based HIV programs in the City of Detroit.
- The Division of Infectious Diseases has a fully funded 3400 ft sq dedicated research laboratory.
- Board Certification and fellowship training in Infectious Disease is required.
The successful candidate should have demonstrated potential as a leader and have a strong academic interest. Track record of publications and experience in a leadership role on grant-funded translational, clinical, or laboratory-based research is preferred. Faculty appointments are available commensurate with experience.
Interested applicants contact Marcus Zervos, MD, Infectious Diseases Division Head, Henry Ford Hospital
firstname.lastname@example.org or 3131916-2573
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