The Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist will be responsible to the Division Director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine and ultimately to the Chair/Chief of the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Administration and Teaching 10%
The individual will have administrative responsibilities as delegated by the Division Director of Maternal Fetal Medicine.
The individual will be responsible for teaching medical students, residents, and fellows. Medical student, resident and fellow teaching will be carried out on a regular basis through didactic lectures, case conferences, and at the bedside.
The individual will participate fully in the clinical activities of the division. Experience and expertise in the management of high risk pregnancies, including ultrasound evaluation and amniocentesis, is required. Seventy percent effort will be devoted to clinical activity. The clinical activity may include satellite locations and will include participation in a rotating call schedule. This percentage may be changed by the Division Director and/or Chief of Ob/Gyn based on the needs of the division.
The individual will be expected to have a focused area of research expertise and to devote adequate time to research so as to demonstrate continued productivity in the form of abstracts presented at national meetings, papers published in peer reviewed journals, etc. Though initial, partial support from the division may be available for research costs, the faculty member will be responsible for pursuing external funding of their research program. A minimum of twenty percent effort will be protected for scholarly pursuits. This percentage will be adjusted by the Division Director/Chief as appropriate and/or based on external funding sources.
All division members, regardless of track, are expected to participate fully in the life of the division, the department, the hospital, and the medical school. This includes attending faculty meetings, serving on committees, etc.
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