Pulmonary/Critical Care Physician

Rank: 
Associate Professor/Professor
FPA #: 
FH-1174
Department: 
Medicine
Search Chair: 
Mitchell Levy
Location: 

Rhode Island Hospital

Board certified/eligible, senior level academic physician in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Must demonstrate a national or international reputation and scholarly achievement appropriate to the associate professor or professor level. Minimum requirements include a successful track record in funded research in pulmonary diseases. It is preferred that the candidate's research experience focus on COPD/Asthma or IPF or a closely related field. Experience in patient care and teaching, and a commitment to scholarly participation in clinical pulmonary research programs at the Medical School is required. TEACHING: The incumbent will be expected to participate as a preceptor in the Core Clerkship in Medicine at the Rhode Island Hospital, and develop a clinical elective for medical students and residents. The incumbent will be expected to participate in the teaching programs of the Division of Pulmonary, Sleep & Critical Care Medicine at the Rhode Island Hospital, which includes Residents in Medicine and fellows in pulmonary and critical care. RESEARCH: The incumbent will be expected to establish, coordinate, and integrate clinical pulmonary research protocols at the Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital and, in collaboration, with the Department of Medicine. The incumbent will also be expected to participate on a national level in cooperative group pulmonary research planning. The incumbent will be expected to establish an independent investigative program, preferably focusing on COPD/Asthma or IPF or a closely related field. It is expected that approximately 75% if the incumbent's time will be devoted to scholarly activity, and space will be provided. The incumbent will serve as a liaison between the Rhode Island Hospital and the various pulmonary programs of Brown University and its affiliated hospitals. PATIENT CARE: The incumbent will be expected to spend time on the clinical pulmonary service and to see patients in the Rhode Island Hospital outpatient unit. SERVICE RESPONSIBILITIES: The incumbent will be expected to actively participate in all activities of the Division of Pulmonary, Sleep & Critical Care Medicine, the Department of Medicine, and the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.

last updated 27 Feb 2017