Vice Chair of Research
- Emergency Medicine
Preparing for a Career Break
Rutgers, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Department of Emergency Medicine Rutgers is New Jersey’s premiere public research university. With a $1 billion commitment to invest in, support and drive groundbreaking, advanced research, the recent Rutgers and RWJ Barnabas Health integrated academic health system aims to further the university’s reputation as a leader in academic health care and biomedical research.
Rutgers currently is ranked among the nation’s top 20 public universities for research and development expenditures. Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is first in the state for research and has steadily attracted increased NIH funding and grants in excess of $1 million, as well as substantially expanded its clinical trials with the launch of a new, world-class adult clinical research center.
The Department of Emergency Medicine is seeking a Vice Chair of Research at the Associate Professor or Professor level, preferably tenure track. The Department’s goal is to grow its research and scholarly output while building a nationally recognized research program. The Vice Chair will provide leadership and oversight of the research mission for the Department. Successful candidates will have a demonstrated track record of independently funded research, publication in high-impact, peer-reviewed journals, strong mentorship skills and clear evidence of promoting the academic careers of junior faculty. The Vice Chair must demonstrate expertise in leading research in EM and possess the interpersonal skills to engage, inspire and work across disciplines within a large, diverse organization.
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and its principal teaching affiliate, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, comprise New Jersey’s premier academic medical center. A 580-bed, Level 1 Trauma Center and New Jersey’s Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital has an annual ED census in excess of 90,000 visits. The department has a well-established, three-year Emergency Medicine residency program and an Emergency Ultrasound fellowship. Qualified candidates must be ABEM/ABOEM certified/eligible. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience.
For consideration, please send a letter of intent and a curriculum vitae to:
Robert Eisenstein, MD, Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School 1 Robert Wood Johnson Place, MEB 104, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Email: Robert.Eisenstein@rutgers.edu · Phone: 732-235·8717 · Fax: 732 235-7379
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