Associate Professor Health Programs

Location
MI
Posted
Jun 09, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
Working/Functional Title

Assist/Assoc Professor Health Programs

Position Summary

Michigan State University is seeking to add another full time faculty member in urological surgery to join their growing urological practice.  Candidates will have the opportunity to provide education for urological surgery residents and medical students in both the clinical and academic settings.  The MSU Division of Urology has a strong, established, clinical program.  Position provides a broad range of clinical practice, teaching and clinical/laboratory research opportunities.  MSU is one of the top research universities in the world – one of the biggest, greenest campuses in the nation.

Board Eligible/Board Certified position involves inpatient and outpatient surgical patient care.  

Office procedures include prostate biopsies (ultrasound guided), UroLift, cystoscopies, Botox, computerized Urodynamics and vasectomies in addition to routine urologic office surgical procedures. Hospital procedures include general urological, minimally invasive, female pelvic reconstructive and laparoscopic/DaVinci robotic surgeries.  Position includes strong clinical focus with active participation with clinical education of urological surgery residents within ACGME accredited urological surgery residency program and medical students in both the clinical and academic settings.

Required Degree

Doctorate

Minimum Requirements

D.O. or M.D. License in Michigan, Board Eligible or Board Certified in urological surgery.

Desired Qualifications

Fellowship training in General Reconstructive/Female Reconstructive Surgery or Minimally Invasive/Robotic Surgery is preferred.

Required Application Materials

Resume/CV and Cover Letter

Special Instructions

Please send your Resume/CV and Cover Letter with your completed application. Review of applications will begin on June 23, 2017.

Summary of Health Risks

Exposure to human blood, serum, tissue and other body fluids; and materials covered under Universal Precautions. 

TB risk or work within 3 feet of human patients in a health care setting or to specimens with Mycobacterium