Interventional Coronary & Structural Heart Disease Cardiologist

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Providence County, Rhode Island (US)
Nov 01, 2020
Nov 30, 2020

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Interventional Coronary & Structural Heart

Disease Cardiologist

The Lifespan Cardiovascular Institute (LCVI) in Rhode Island and The Miriam Hospitals, are seeking an academic Interventional Coronary and Structural Heart Disease Physician to join the Division of Cardiology. The successful candidate must qualify for a full-time, medical faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Minimum requirements include: Board Certification in Cardiovascular Disease and Interventional Cardiology, strong clinical background in coronary and structural heart disease intervention and excellence in patient care, teaching and research. Significant experience in transcatheter valve therapies and other structural heart interventional procedures is required; an additional year of interventional fellowship training is preferred. The candidate’s research experience should focus on structural heart disease or a closely related field. More than three years of faculty experience in interventional cardiology is desirable. The successful candidate should have a record of scholarly publications and research achievements commensurate with experience. Local and national recognition of clinical, teaching and research expertise, as evidenced by involvement as faculty in conferences, membership on national committees and leadership in professional societies, is highly desirable.

Interested individuals should upload a letter of interest and curriculum vitae at: The letter of interest may be addressed to Dr. J. Dawn Abbott, M.D., Search Committee Chair.

Brown University and its affiliated teaching hospitals are equal opportunity (EEO/AA) employers and are committed to increasing the diversity of the faculty. The university and hospitals welcome nominations and applications from minorities, women and individuals with varied experiences, perspectives and backgrounds.

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