The Boston Medical Center and Boston University School of Medicine seek a physician to join the Section of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Medicine to serve as a clinician educator.
The successful candidate will be a consummate clinician with a commitment to education of faculty, fellows, residents, students and patients. The position will include both inpatient and outpatient care, and opportunities for educational activities and research. The role can include participation in antibiotic stewardship depending on level of interest. The candidate will be provided the resources to develop an area of particular expertise than can be a springboard for academic advancement in the field. To support an academic career, Boston University offers tuition support for graduate programs in Medical Education, a robust Faculty Development and Diversity Grant Program, a Medical Education training track for Internal Medicine residents, and an Education Evaluation Core to assist with rigorous scholarship.
Boston Medical Center is the largest urban safety net hospital in New England, and we are fortunate to serve a diverse patient population. Our inpatient service consists of both consultation services and an Infectious Diseases medical service. The ID Section has expertise treating infections in patients with a wide range of comorbidities and immunocompromising conditions and has particular clinical strengths in infection control and antimicrobial stewardship; HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C and bacterial infections in patients with opioid-use disorders; tuberculosis; and travel- and migration-related diseases. We have established multidisciplinary groups to optimize care for endocarditis, orthopedic infection, autologous stem cell transplant and substance use-related infections.
In the ambulatory setting, the Center for Infectious Diseases (CID) has the largest clinical HIV/AIDS program in the New England area and provides primary care in a medical home setting for our patients living with HIV. CID also provides general ID consultations and has an active travel / tropical medicine program that includes one of the largest cohorts of patients with Chagas Disease in the country.
The Section of ID offer outstanding fellowship training in Infectious Diseases, specialized training tracks and experiences in Infection Control and Antibiotic Stewardship and a unique training track for dual board certification in Infectious Diseases and Addiction Medicine.
Applicants must have an MD or equivalent degree, be board eligible in Infectious Diseases (certification is preferred), and have demonstrated excellence in patient care and teaching. Boston Medical Center and Boston University are committed to building a culturally diverse faculty and strongly encourage applications from women and under-represented minority candidates. We seek candidates who will create programs that recognize the need for racial and gender equity and justice and prioritize our mission for ‘exceptional care without exception'.
Applicants should email their CV and a brief narrative of their background and plans to Dr. Tamar F. Barlam, MD, Section Chief, Infectious Diseases care of Vivienne Brand (Vivienne.Brand@bmc.org)
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