The Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging is inviting applicants for a full-time position in the Cardiovascular Imaging section in the Clinician-Educator track. Rank will be commensurate with experience. A strong interest in clinical research and a commitment to scholarly output in the field of cardiovascular imaging is essential.
This is an opportunity to practice high quality, patient-centered cardiovascular imaging with dedicated colleagues in a stimulating and supportive environment. Our radiologists work closely with surgery and cardiology to provide cutting-edge, multidisciplinary care for cardiovascular patients. Our primary sites of coverage are at Yale New Haven Hospital in New Haven and in collaboration with Cardiology we perform 6000 CT and 2800 MRI studies each year. Cardiac cross sectional imaging is performed with dedicated technologists on Siemens CT Force and Siemens Avanto MRI scanners.
The department provides a fertile environment for scholarly success. It has a track record for first class radiology research and includes dedicated MR, PET and Image Process Analysis Research Centers in our Bioimaging Sciences Division. In addition, the Yale Cardiovascular Medicine Translational Research Imaging Center has been created in order to advance cardiovascular research and provides access to hybrid SPECT/CT, digital fluoroscopy, ultrasound, micro SPECT/CT and high resolution microCT. A Vice Chair for Clinical Radiology Research provides resources, guidance and mentorship for faculty with academic ambition.
The Yale School of Medicine is a world-renowned center for biomedical research, education, and advanced health care. New Haven has been home to the university for three centuries. It is also a center for business and a mecca for the arts with the city recognized for its innovation and culture, great restaurants and its wealth of activities for families and single professionals of all ages. New Haven is also conveniently located between New York and Boston, and both are easily accessible due to the area’s robust rail transit system.
Applicants must be fellowship trained in cardiac imaging and must display proficiency in CT, MRI and/or vascular ultrasound imaging. Interested applicants should be board certified or eligible and must be eligible for licensure in the state of CT. The applicant will be given time to participate in research and other scholarly activities. A commitment to teaching residents and fellows is required. Leadership roles and other opportunities for professional development are also available depending on the applicant’s interests, goals, and experience.