The Department of Radiology at New Jersey Medical School at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Newark, is recruiting a full-time Nuclear Medicine physician who will also serve as Division Chief. We are seeking a candidate, preferably at the Associate Professor level or higher, to join our dynamic and evolving department. Assistant Professor level candidates will also be considered. We serve a diverse community with a wide range of interesting and challenging pathologies. We are a collegial department that values the education of residents, clinical excellence, and faculty personal growth and well-being. The position will offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and time for administrative functions.

The Department of Radiology has 28 clinical and research faculty members, and 18 diagnostic radiology residents who provide patient care in all the major divisions of contemporary imaging. The Department is responsible for all aspects of nuclear medicine at University Hospital, a tertiary care center, as well as the Rutgers Advance Practice Imaging, an outpatient PET-CT facility on campus. The Department all provides coverage at a satellite facility, East Orange General Hospital. The department is currently in the process of purchasing a new state-of-the-art PET/CT.

The successful applicant will have dedicated training in nuclear medicine including current certification in nuclear medicine by the American Board of Nuclear Medicine OR current certification in Radiology by the American Board of Radiology or the American Osteopathic Board of Radiology, including unsealed byproduct material (radionuclides/radiopharmaceuticals) authorized user status. A prior record demonstrating leadership success is preferable but not required.

Clinical responsibilities will include all aspects of nuclear medicine imaging including interpretation of diagnostic single-photon planar, SPECT-CT and PET-CT studies including nuclear cardiology, and participation in multidisciplinary tumor boards. Responsibilities will also include providing consultation for, and performance of, radioactive therapeutic procedures, including radioiodine therapy for benign and malignant thyroid disease and other radioactive therapies for malignancy.

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