Assistant Professor, Academic Clinician Track, Division of Human Genetics
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Type: Full Time
Academic / Research
Health Care System
Internal Number: 101712
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the Division of Human Genetics in the Department of Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania seek candidates for several Assistant Professor positions in the non-tenure academic clinician track.
Teaching responsibilities may include teaching medical students, residents, and genetics fellows within the outpatient and inpatient clinical settings and giving clinical lectures to trainees. The academic clinician track requires 100 credits per year of active and high-quality teaching responsibilities.
Clinical responsibilities may include providing outpatient and inpatient clinical care in one or more of the following specialties: clinical genetics, biochemical genetics, mitochondrial medicine, genomic medicine, and can be tailored to the applicants interest and our clinical needs.
We seek candidates who embrace and reflect diversity in the broadest sense. The University of Pennsylvania and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are EOEs. Minorities/women/individuals with disabilities/protected veterans are encouraged to apply.
At the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, we help children grow and thrive — and we offer these same opportunities to the professionals who make up our team. CHOP is a unique work environment, with exceptional multidisciplinary collaborations, supportive leadership, and state-of-the-art training. Our staff members are empowered to realize their well-defined goals, because we believe everyone makes a difference
— it's the very foundation on which our hospital is built. The Division of Human Genetics at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia offers the most complete array of state-of-the art human genetics services available for children and their families and our team is committed to ongoing research to better understand the genetic basis of a wide variety of pediatric disorders with the goal of improving treatment options and outcomes, as well as education to support the growth of trainees at all levels including teaching and mentoring genetic counseling students from programs across the Delaware Valley and beyond.