Chief of Endocrine Surgery

Johns Hopkins University

The Department of Surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine seeks candidates for the Chief of Endocrine Surgery. This leadership position seeks to identify candidates who have a strong record of clinical excellence and experience in building academic endocrine programs with accomplishment in basic or clinical research, a strong commitment to surgical education and teaching, and the potential to mentor and support faculty toward independent clinical or basic research programs. Clinical responsibilities will consist of evaluation and management of endocrine surgical conditions, including benign and malignant thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal pathologies, both at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, as well as at one or more affiliated local/regional centers. This opportunity will involve program building at various Johns Hopkins Hospital affiliate sites. The applicant should be board certified in general surgery and have completed formal post-residency fellowship training in an accredited Endocrine Surgery, Head and Neck Surgical Oncology or Complex General Surgical Oncology with a focused practice in Endocrine Surgery. Participation in trainee education and research endeavors are expected as well as trainee supervision and instruction as a major component of the position. The educational program is focused on an endocrine surgery fellowship, which is approved and administered, by the American Association of Endocrine Surgeons, Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellows, general surgery residents, medical students and physician assistant students. The program leadership is expected to have a key role and to participate in formal didactic teaching. Preferred candidates with an established track of program building and research success are encouraged to apply.

Interested individuals are asked to send their CV to Fabian Johnston, MD, MHS, at [email protected].

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