The Department of Radiology at Duke University Medical Center seeks candidates for the Chief of the Division of Nuclear Medicine as an Associate or Full Professor in the tenure track. Applicants must have an MD or MD/PhD or equivalent degree and have demonstrated excellence in research, education and clinical care. The successful candidate will also be experienced in leading a group of faculty, fellows and residents involved in a busy clinical practice in both adults and children, including PET-CT, SPECT, and nuclear cardiology. The Division is also extensively involved in clinical research including multi-center radiopharmaceutical clinical trials.
This is an excellent opportunity to further develop and foster the collaborative, multidisciplinary and translational nature of Duke University’s molecular imaging endeavors. The Department and Institution has a group of collaborative scientists conducting basic and translational research, including basic radiochemistry research, radiopharmaceutical development, as well as multi-modality pre-clinical and clinical molecular imaging. Facilities include state-of-the-art clinical scanners housed in a new hospital and cancer center, an on-site 30 MeV cyclotron, image analysis infrastructure, and a microPET/CT scanner.
Duke offers a competitive, market-leading compensation and benefits package that aims to recruit and retain the very best physicians. The Triangle area of North Carolina, which includes Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, is consistently ranked among the best areas in the country to live. With its array of family-friendly activities, exceptional schools and universities, premier shopping, and Research Triangle Park’s high-tech research and development center, Raleigh/Durham has something for everyone.
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