The University of Louisville, Department of Radiology, Body Imaging Section is expanding, is seeking a full-time, BC/BE, fellowship-trained academic radiologist. We have recently acquired a new hospital system. The position is at the proposed rank Assistant or Associate Professor, commensurate with experience.
Responsibilities for the Body Imaging section at the University of Louisville include supervision and training of 20 Radiology residents in the interpretation of Fluoroscopy, CT, MRI, and Ultrasound. The Body section covers a busy workload of inpatient and outpatient cross-sectional imaging of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis as well as a portion of the CTA examinations of the extremities. CT imaging is heavily concentrated in oncology workup/follow-up in addition to significant caseloads in postsurgical/trauma patients. MR of the abdomen includes liver, pancreas and renal imaging and MR of the pelvis includes evaluation of GI, GYN, and GU malignancies including prostate MRI. In addition to staffing the University Hospital (ULH) and its attached outpatient imaging center, University staff cover imaging services at the local VA hospital and the recently acquired Jewish Hospital system, where the sub-specialty group is again responsible for Body CT, MR, and US.
Conference Participation: Multidisciplinary tumor boards 2-3x weekly in the areas of Pulmonary, Genitourinary, and Gastrointestinal malignancies; resident case conferences and core didactic lecture conferences.
Research: While optional, if interested, the desired candidate will have strong research record of publications or other evidence of scholarly activity.