The Department of Radiological Sciences at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA is recruiting for a full-time Professor in Interventional Radiology at the Assistant, Associate or Professor level in the Health Science Clinical Series. Titles in this series are assigned to academically qualified individuals who are in full-time service of the University, provide excellent teaching and clinical services, and engage in creative academic activities. This position is within the Interventional Radiology Section and covers this clinical service.
Candidates must be eligible for California licensure and American Board of Radiology certification, and have completed a one-year interventional radiology fellowship. A strong interest in teaching and clinical work are essential.The candidate must possess excellent skills in all facets of Interventional Radiology. In particular, the candidate should possess a strong and broad clinical skillset performing vascular IR procedures, including arterial and venous interventions, DVT and PE treatment, organ embolization, and portal venous interventions. Specialized training and experience in outpatient-based IR procedures such as superficial venous disease, dialysis access management, PAD therapy, fibroid or prostate embolization, and routine cross-sectional interventions is preferred. This skillset supports the strategic development of a network of community outpatient IR practices at comprehensive imaging centers in UCLA Health. In addition to direct patient care, the candidate is expected to contribute to the training program for our residents and fellows, participate in IR and multidisciplinary conferences, and engage in community outreach to build all clinical programs. A collegial attitude and commitment to teamwork as a means to growth of IR services is highly favored.
The Department is seeking candidates with the potential for being outstanding in the above noted requirements, in clinical work, in research, in teaching, and in having a clear commitment to enhancing the diversity of the faculty, staff, and trainees.
The Department encourages candidates to apply who have experience in and who have demonstrated commitment to working with students from diverse backgrounds and to improving access to higher education for disadvantaged students through teaching and mentoring activities.
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