University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center / Case Western Reserve School of Medicine
The Department of Radiology at UHCMC/Case Western Reserve University invites applications for a faculty position as a Nuclear Medicine Physician or Nuclear Radiologist in a dynamic and state-of-the art environment. The Division of Nuclear Medicine is seeking a full-time faculty member with ABR and/or ABNM board certifications to support our mission in clinical service, teaching and research, with an emphasis on hybrid imaging modalities including SPECT/CT, PET/CT and PET/MR.
The Nuclear Medicine Division provides a full spectrum of diagnostic imaging with state-of-the-art equipment, including 5 PET/CT scanners, digital PET (March 2018) and a PET/MR scanner. We offer comprehensive radionuclide diagnostic procedures and therapies including I-131, Ra-223 Xofigo, Y-90 Zevalin, Y-90 microspheres and Lu-177 Dotatate. The department is committed to excellence in imaged-based clinical care. The majority of nuclear medicine studies across the University Hospitals Health system are interpreted at the main Campus in Cleveland. UHCMC has access to a cyclotron and is operating a new human use PET radiopharmacy for the development of new molecular imaging agents.
The successful candidate will have substantial experience in diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine procedures and will have a track record in scholarship, education, and research. A commitment to teaching future radiologists and further development of a career in an academic environment is required.
The Department of Radiology performs over 1.5 million exams per year and is staffed by over 90 clinical faculty members. Our world-renowned health care network is anchored by our flagship facility, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center (UHCMC); located in Cleveland's historic University Circle, this 947-bed academic medical center and tertiary-care hospital has been consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of America's best hospitals in all 12 medical and surgical specialties. The department also contains the Case Center for Imaging Research, the #1 funded medical imaging research center in Ohio, and which is also ranked 12th nationally for NIH imaging funding. UH Radiology’s equipment is up-to-date and system-wide includes 30 MR units, 40 CT units, over 60 Nuclear Medicine devices and 80 Ultrasound units. Among them, is a PET/MRI, considered the first clinical unit of its kind installed in the United States. UH Radiology has co-developed with industry new technology such as Multidetector Spectral CT, Digital PET/CT and MRI Fingerprinting. The radiology department provides clinical services for 10 Regional Hospitals and over 25 university-associated outpatient clinics, all of which provide a tremendous wealth of clinical material.
Ohio medical license (or eligible)
ABR and/or ABNM board certifications as Nuclear Radiologist or Nuclear Medicine physician
Qualified for appointment as Faculty at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine at the Assistant Professor level or above
Salary and academic rank will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. For further information please contact James K. O’Donnell MD, Director Nuclear Medicine, Department of Radiology, University Hospitals of Cleveland, 11100 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106 or email: James.O'Donnell@UHhospitals.org
University Hospitals of Cleveland / Case Western Reserve University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Committed to advanced care and advanced caring, University Hospitals offers the region’s largest network of primary care physicians, outpatient centers and hospitals. The System also includes a network of specialty care physicians, skilled nursing, elder health, rehabilitation and home care services, managed care and insurance programs, occupational health & wellness, and the most comprehensive behavioral health services in the region.