The University of Central Florida (UCF), College of Medicine is seeking applicants for a non-tenure track, clinical faculty position at the assistant, associate, or professor of medicine level in the Department of Clinical Sciences. The successful applicant will be an outstanding clinician educator who will practice pathology within the HCA hospital network and join a multi-disciplinary team of faculty to contribute to the delivery of an integrated medical education curriculum at the UCF College of Medicine.
Responsibilities for this position include a clinical pathology role with the UCF partner hospital system, HCA. This may include various HCA hospital locations leading up to the opening of the new UCF Lake Nona Medical Center in 2020. This position will also teach pathology-related curriculum in the undergraduate medical education (M.D. program), with content areas that may include cardiopulmonary, reproductive/endocrine, GI/renal, musculoskeletal, neurobiology, hematology/oncology, anatomy, and cadaver autopsy pathology. The selected candidate will actively collaborate with medical education faculty in an integrated curriculum that emphasizes innovative teaching modalities. Applicants should be exceptional leaders who wish to enhance the college's education and clinical missions through an exciting period of growth and expansion.
The UCF College of Medicine is an innovative and forward-looking medical school with a culture of collaboration and partnerships. The College of Medicine is rapidly growing new programs across all missions: education, research, clinical care and community service. As a part of a growing “Medical City” dedicated to innovation in health and wellness, the College of Medicine aspires to become an extraordinary research-based institution training physicians of the future who will become exemplary physicians, leaders in medicine, scholars in science, innovators in medical technology and compassionate providers of health care.
Candidates must have an M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. from an accredited school and be board certified in both anatomic and clinical pathology by the American Board of Pathology, or have completed training in the previous 2-5 years. Candidates must demonstrate a record of sustained teaching excellence in an M.D. program. Candidates must also be eligible for licensure or licensed to practice in the State of Florida, and have recent clinical experience.