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IU School of Medicine - Clinician-Educators, Transplant Infectious Diseases
The Indiana University School of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases is seeking clinician-educators with an interest in Transplant ID for full-time faculty positions. The candidates will work within the Indiana University Health Adult Academic Health Center, which provides a broad scope of tertiary care infectious diseases services, including care for solid organ and stem-cell transplant recipients. Will also have a faculty appointment at Indiana University School of Medicine with a rank commensurate with experience. Applicants must be board certified or board eligible in Infectious Diseases.
About Indiana University School of Medicine
Indiana University School of Medicine is one of the largest medical schools in the United States and is located in Indianapolis, IN. Indianapolis is a city with multiple educational and cultural institutions and an affordable cost of living.
About Indiana University Health
Indiana University Health is Indiana's most comprehensive healthcare system. Indiana University Health has been nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report for the past 17 years. Indiana University Health's academic health center has been a Magnet-designated hospital system by the American Nurses Credentialing Center since 2004. Indiana University Health is a leader in providing both HIV care and transplant care. Indiana University Health performs lung, heart, intestine, pancreas, liver, and kidney transplants, and ranks in the top five nationwide in volume for all solid organs. Indiana University Health performs cord blood, allogeneic, and autologous stem-cell transplants and is a National Cancer Institute-designated Cancer Center.
Indiana University is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. Candidates must be sensitive to the needs of and possess an interest in working in an academic community that is diverse with regard to gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, military status, and religion. In addition, it is the University's policy to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified persons with disabilities. Indiana University is an EEO/AA employer, M/F/D/V.
Indianapolis, Indiana, the 14th largest U.S. city, is a sophisticated city blending charm and culture with a wonderful balance of business and leisure. Residents of this dynamic city enjoy:
- Leading educational system and top-ranked universities paired with a diverse population
- Vibrant downtown offering arts, theaters, world-class museums, zoo, aquarium, concerts and memorials
- Top ranked international airport: "Best Airport in North America" five consecutive years
- Lively nightlife, local wineries, retail, and cuisine with local flavors
- Historic neighborhoods with surrounding cultural districts and low cost of living
- Collegiate and professional sports, golfing, boating and unique parks
- Home of the Colts (NFL), Fever (WNBA), Pacers (NBA), Indians (MiLB), Indianapolis 500 (IndyCar), Indy Eleven (NASL), NCAA and USTA Midwest
- Nation's largest half marathon (OneAmerica Mini-Marathon) and national biking awards
- Close proximity to Chicago, St. Louis and Cincinnati
The Indiana University School of Medicine has nine campuses across Indiana: Bloomington, Evansville, Ft. Wayne, Gary, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Muncie, South Bend, Terre Haute.
- IU School of Medicine educates the second largest medical student body in the U.S.
- IU School of Medicine student body represents 54 of the 92 Indiana counties and 91 colleges and universities.
- IU faculty has performed many “firsts” in Indiana including transplants of the kidney, liver, cornea, bone marrow, pancreas, and infant and newborn hearts.
- Approximately half of Indiana’s physicians received all or some of their education at the IU School of Medicine.
- IU School of Medicine has more than 60 clinical departments and specialty divisions.
- Nearly half of IU School of Medicine graduates accept instate residencies.
- Nearly 40 percent of IU School of Medicine graduates enter primary care specialties.
- Indiana University Health is the fourth largest employer in Indiana (Source: IBJ, 2016)