For over 50 years, the Division of Nephrology has been nationally and internationally recognized for the excellence of its clinical care, and its rich and diverse research and education programs.
Faculty in the division practice and teach optimal care for patients with a broad spectrum of kidney diseases at all stages. In addition, faculty members are actively involved in high-quality basic science, outcomes, and clinical research aimed at better treatment options as well as prevention of kidney-related health issues.
Being part of Michigan Medicine, one of the largest health care complexes in the world, offers an environment which allows us to excel at what we do. Beyond two large hospitals (University Hospital and Veterans Affairs) we offer large outpatient clinics in general nephrology and subspecialty clinics in transplantation nephrology, chronic hemodialysis, home hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, glomerular diseases, and nephrolithiasis.
Faculty Research Position - Assistant, Assoc., Full Professor
The Division of Nephrology invites applications for open faculty positions at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor, to develop and conduct independently funded basic, translational or clinical research programs. We are searching broadly for researchers with MD, MD/PhD, PhD or equivalent degrees and demonstrated academic excellence appropriate for career stage. Academic Rank will be commensurate with experience.
Successful applicants will be expected to develop or continue a robust extramurally-funded research program that compliments current strengths within the Division. Any area of nephrology will be considered, however, we particularly encourage applicants with expertise in the areas of systems biology, multi-scalar data integration, metabolomics, genetics, glomerular diseases, kidney development, diabetes, epidemiology, and health services research. The Nephrology Division has a broad-based research portfolio with ~ $20 million research budget annually including the George M. O'Brien Michigan Kidney Translational Core Center. Successful candidates will receive a competitive salary and start-up package.
How to Apply
To apply, please submit a concise statement of current and future research plans, a brief description of clinical experience, a curriculum vitae, and contact information to: Dr. Subramaniam Pennathur, Chief, Internal Medicine/Nephrology, 5309 Brehm, 1000 Wall Street, Ann Arbor MI, 48105 or to [email protected]
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