Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at the University of Vermont
Location: Burlington, Vermont
Type: Full Time
This is a Clinical Scholar Pathway full-time position at open academic position level. Applicants must have completed an ACGME accredited residency program and must be ABR certified or eligible. ABNM eligibility or certificate is a plus. The position is 1.0 FTE radiologist working in both abdominal imaging, PET/CT, diagnostic, cardiac and therapeutic nuclear medicine. Experience with therapies such as Lutathera, Xofigo, I-131 is required. Expertise in abdominal and pelvic imaging with Ultrasound, CT and MRI and ability to perform basic image guided procedures such as thyroid FNA and lymph node biopsy are also necessary.
The ideal candidate will have the qualifications and desire to cover general diagnostic radiology, including fluoroscopy, CT and MRI. There are approximately 6-8 weeks per year of radiology body imaging call with tele-radiology from home plus weekend day shifts in-house.
Ours is an academic practice of 40 full and part-time radiologists who serve as the clinical faculty for a 24-member ACGME-approved Diagnostic Radiology residency program at the University of Vermont. Responsibilities include medical student, resident and fellow teaching, as well as transdisciplinary conferences. Faculty enjoy a collegial environment within the department as well as across the medical group.
The University of Vermont Medical Center is a Level I Trauma Center and the only tertiary referral center for the catchment area of Vermont and Northern Upstate New York, including pediatric subspecialties.
The Department of Radiology facilities are state-of-the-art with a 3.0 T and four 1.5 T MRIs. Two 256-slice scanners, three 128-slice scanners, and two 64-slice scanners within our CT section. There are 9 state-of-the-art ultrasound systems utilized for general ultrasound and four systems dedicated to breast ultrasound.
The Nuclear Molecular Medicine performs a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.. In addition to a new digital PET / CT system, there are 2 SPECT-CT cameras, 2 cardiac SPECT camera with attenuation correction, two general-purpose cameras including a portable system.
The compensation package is competitive and faculty rank is commensurate with experience.
Vermont is a beautiful, safe, and active place to live, with an unparalleled overall quality of life. Burlington, Vermont, has continually been voted one of the nicest cities in which to live as well as one of America’s most “fit” cities due to the four seasons of outdoor activities. Burlington is located on Lake Champlain, 45 minutes from world-class skiing, 1.5 hours by car from Montreal, and has an international airport with direct flights to many major cities.
The University is especially interested in candidates who will contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching, and service. Applicants are requested to address this goal in their cover letter.
The University of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other category legally protected by federal or state law. The University encourages applications from all individuals who will contribute to the diversity and excellence of the institution.
Interested candidates must apply online at: www.uvmjobs.com (with CV and names and addresses of three references) under Position No. 00025498. Please email your correspondences to Christine.Boomer@uvmhealth.org. For additional information, please contact Jay Kikut, MD., Division Chief of Nuclear Medicine at Janusz.Kikut@uvmhealth.org. Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.