The Nuclear Medicine Division of the Department of Radiology in the College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, Arkansas is seeking a new faculty member. Our clinical practice includes a high volume of PET/CT and a busy nuclear medicine service with a full range of therapeutic procedures, cardiac nuclear medicine, and general diagnostic nuclear imaging. The Division affords excellent opportunities for research, deriving especially from our strong collaborative relationships with the Department of Biomedical Informatics and the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute. Applicants must have PET/CT experience. The Division has three full-time Nuclear Medicine specialists located at the university, with 40 residents and fellows in 5 ACGME-approved training programs. We were among the first programs in the country to list and fill integrated diagnostic radiology/nuclear medicine residency positions. Our facilities include 5 gamma cameras, 2 SPECT/CT units, 2 PET/CT Scanners including a GE Discovery IQ,
As Arkansas’ only medical school, the College of Medicine educates and trains the majority of the state’s physicians and prepares doctors and scientists to make their mark around the world. We provide highly specialized, patient-centered care at UAMS Medical Center, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System, UAMS regional centers and clinics throughout the state. Our scientists and clinicians are on the forefront of biomedical advances. Our radiology faculty offer expertise across key divisions including Diagnostic & Imaging (MRI/CT/US), Interventional Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Neuroradiology, Radiology Sciences and Pediatric Radiology.
Faculty candidates must hold an M.D. or equivalent degree, be either BE/BC by the ABNM or the ABR with a CAQ in Nuclear Medicine, and have medical licensure or eligibility in Arkansas. The salary is commensurate with academic rank. Please send curriculum vitae and letter of interest to:
James E. McDonald, M.D.
Director, Division of Nuclear Medicine
Program Director, Nuclear Medicine Residency
c/o Shey Anderson
UAMS Department of Radiology
4301 West Markham #556
Little Rock, AR 72205.
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About University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in Little Rock is the only health sciences university in the state of Arkansas. We are the state’s largest public employer with more than 10,000 employees in 73 of Arkansas’ 75 counties. UAMS and its clinical affiliates, Arkansas Children’s Hospital and the VA Medical Center, are an economic engine for the state with an annual economic impact of $3.92 billion.UAMS offers 73 baccalaureate, master’s, doctoral, professional and specialist degree programs and certificates through our Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Health Professions, Public Health and graduate school. Students attend classes at the UAMS main campus in Little Rock and our regional campus in northwest Arkansas.With our combination of education, research and clinical programs, UAMS has a unique capacity to lead health care improvement in the state. Our assets include:A statewide network of regional health education centersAdvanced telehealth and telemedicine programThe Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer InstituteThe Jackson T. Stephens Spine & Neurosciences InstituteThe Donald W. Reynolds Institute on AgingThe Harvey & Bernice Jones Eye InstituteThe Psychiatric Research InstituteThe Translational Research Institute