The applicant must qualify for a faculty appointment at the School of Medicine of the University of Connecticut. The candidate is required to hold or to be eligible for a current license to practice medicine in the State of Connecticut.
The candidate will serve as co-director and report the director of the MD PhD program for the SOM assisting in selecting candidates, identifying training opportunities for the first/second year MD/PhD advisory committee, and advising students on the selection of courses, laboratory rotations and PhD thesis advisors.
The incumbent will be responsible for managing the President's complex meeting and travel schedule. Additional responsibilities include compiling reports, presentations, scheduling meetings, preparing agendas, participating in weekly staff meetings, responding to routine and non - routine correspondences professionally and arranging onsite / offsite events.
The successful applicant will be responsible for acute and follow-up care of stroke and other neurology patients in the outpatient and inpatient setting, teaching of medical students and residents, and clinical or basic investigation resulting in publications.
This is a critical leadership role in engineering and advanced programs and technology (ap&t). You will direct, coordinate and lead a large body of technical work across a very broad portfolio of programs and initiatives in the area of ptms.
A senior level candidate will lead development of complex projects, from high - level requirements, involving teams that may include other software developers, bioinformatics analysts, statisticians and scientists.
Provide support for pricing approval process to ensure compliance with all published pricing guidelines for new and existing customers; perform research and reporting to support pricing and promotional decisions.