The Division of Rheumatology and Immunology in the Department of Internal Medicine has a dynamic opportunity for an academic rheumatologist. The primary responsibilities are providing patient care in general rheumatology clinic, outpatient procedures and inpatient consultation. In addition to patient care, the selected candidate will participate in the teaching and training of students, residents, and rheumatology fellows, and will have research opportunities in clinical trials.
Candidates must be qualified for appointment to the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor and board certified/eligible in rheumatology. Applicants are required to have an MD or equivalent and must be eligible for licensure in the State of Ohio
Additional Salary Information: Academic rack and salary commensurate with prior education, training, and experience. OSU offers a competitive benefits package.
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