The Division of Infectious Diseases at Vanderbilt University Medical Center seeks talented Infectious Disease physicians to join the full-time faculty at the level of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor, on a clinical, academic, or research track.  

An academic Clinician-Educator (CE) track position is 80% clinical, with additional responsibilities in teaching, scholarship, quality improvement, and administration. Faculty will be expected to attend on the infectious diseases consult services and outpatient general infectious diseases clinic. Applicants with interest and experience in Hospital Epidemiology/Infection Control and Antibiotic Stewardship are strongly encouraged to apply.

A Physician-Scientist (PS) track position provides 80% time for research in collaboration across diverse disciplines. Candidates for physician-scientist, tenure-track positions (Assistant or Associate Professor) prerequisites include MD degree or equivalent, excellent clinical and teaching skills, and eligibility for Tennessee medical licensure. Preference will go to candidates with a track record of translational lab research, publications, and grant support. We will consider applicants in any field of Infectious Diseases. Particular areas of interest include: 1) maternal/fetal health (e.g. infection of pregnancy, preterm birth); 2) tuberculosis (e.g. mechanisms of drug resistance, immunogenetics); and 3) “big data” science (e.g. systems biology, next-generation sequencing, pharmacogenomics).

VUMC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

To apply, please electronically submit a letter of interest and CV to:

Robbie Loupe
Executive Assistant to David M. Aronoff, MD and Patty W. Wright, MD
Division of Infectious Diseases
Phone: 615.322.8972  - Fax: 615.322-3171
robbie.loupe@vumc.org

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