The Boston Children’s Hospital Department of Medicine / Department of Pediatrics is seeking a Chief of Pulmonary Medicine of international reputation to conduct a research program in the field of Pulmonary Medicine. The Division of Pulmonology provides care for a global cohort of patients with a wide range of disorders affecting lung structure and function and basic research conducting investigations in lung physiology and inflammation. We have the resources and facilities for genomic analysis as well as state-of-the-art approaches for the study of the physiology and cell biology of the lung using cellular molecular and in vivo animal modeling strategies. The research program of the recruit is expected to capitalize on these resources, synergize with that of existing laboratory groups and develop a strong base of extramural funding. The applicant will be expected to participate in the clinical care of our patients with pulmonary diseases and to supervise medical students, residents in Pediatrics and fellows in Pulmonary Medicine in out-patient, in-patient and research settings. Suitable candidates will have an MD or MD-PhD. Appointment as Professor or Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School will be commensurate with experience, training and achievement. Interested candidates should send a personal statement with research interest, curriculum vitae and three potential referees to the chair of the search committee Dr. Raif Geha: email@example.com.
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