Children’s National Hospital is recruiting a full-time neuroradiologist to accommodate growth in the neuroimaging program. Strong academic candidates can apply for Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor academic appointment at the George Washington University School of Medicine. Completion of fellowships in pediatric neuroradiology and either pediatric radiology or adult neuroradiology and eligibility for the American Board of Radiology are required. The candidate must be CAQ eligible. Clinical responsibilities include coverage of neuro and ENT CT and MRI. The hospital has very strong programs in neurology, neurosurgery, fetal medicine, genetics, neonatology, and ENT. The department currently has 4 neuroradiologists and a fellowship program.
Children’s National Hospitalis the major provider of advanced pediatric health care in the Washington DC metro region. It is a 330-bed facility with over 13,500 admissions and 355,000 outpatient visits annually. We are a Level 1 trauma center with the Emergency Department among the top 5 busiest in the nation. The Radiology Division is a subspecialized faculty group composed of 20 board-certified radiologists, most holding certificates of added qualifications in pediatric radiology, neuroradiology, nuclear medicine and/or interventional radiology. The Division employs over 160 research faculty, physicists, technologists, nurses, and support staff, with state of the art facilities and technology for diagnostic imaging and IR. Dedicated research facilities include Quantitative MR research, HIFU, and a Bioengineering laboratory with expertise in nanotheranostics, augmented reality, and medical robotics.
In addition to rich arts and cultural offerings, the DC region offers multiple parks and trails for year-round outdoor activities and is recognized for its thriving restaurant scene.
Children’s National Hospital is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty.
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