Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is currently seeking a physician-investigator faculty member at the level of Instructor or Assistant Professor for the Division of Hospital Medicine.
We seek a motivated physician-investigator interested in a career in pediatric hospital medicine research in an academic setting. We have identified priority needs in hospital-based research programs in clinical pharmacology and in health services research in transitions from pediatric to adult care. Other aligned hospital-based research areas (such as translational research, implementation science, qualitative research, or comparative effectiveness) would also be of interest.
The Division of Hospital Medicine includes one of the largest groups of pediatric hospital medicine researchers in the country with primary research faculty members partnering with clinical faculty to publish ~100 peer-reviewed manuscripts and receive >$800,000 in grant funding in the most recent fiscal year. The Division has a proven track record of K-award or equivalent career-development funding. Individualized career development is provided through mentoring within the Division of Hospital Medicine and across the institution. Opportunities for collaboration are fostered through weekly divisional research meetings as well as other collaborative research groups throughout the Department of Pediatrics and with the neighboring University of Cincinnati. The candidate would spend the majority of her/his time in research with the expectation of independent funding within 2-3 years of hire (e.g. career development award).
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is a leading medical research and teaching hospital, consistently ranking among the top 3 pediatric hospitals in the nation, according to the US News & World Report, and among the top 3 in NIH funding. Cincinnati Children’s has >600 licensed beds and more than 170,000 Emergency Department visits and 32,000 admissions per year. The Division of Hospital Medicine at Cincinnati Children’s has a successful history of quality improvement, translating evidence into practice, family-centered care, and leadership in education and research, including a robust hospital medicine fellowship program. Dr. Samir S. Shah leads the division, which consists of over 55 faculty and staff physicians and 9 fellows. We currently provide care through the Hospital Medicine Services at 2 campuses as well as consultation and co-management for surgical inpatients through the Hospital Medicine Surgical Service.
Formal research training, including a Master’s of Science degree in Epidemiology or Clinical and Translational Research or comparable degree attained (or in progress with completion prior to or shortly after hire) is required. Candidates should have a strong track record of scholarly productivity. The Additional content expertise in common diseases that result in hospitalizations for children and/or problems encountered by hospitalized children is preferred. Experience working clinically as a pediatric hospitalist, teaching medical school students and resident trainees, and leading quality improvement projects are not required but are differentiating factors. As a team, we value diversity and recognize the importance of a diverse workforce leading our research and providing care to our patient population.
Additional requirements include an MD or DO, status as board-certified or board-eligible in Pediatrics, and potential for licensure in the State of Ohio.
Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to: Samir S. Shah, MD, MSCE Director, Division of Hospital Medicine Professor, Department of Pediatrics c/o Deborah Mancini, HR Consultant, Physician and Faculty Recruitment. Email: Deborah.Mancini@cchmc.org.
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