Assistant/Associate/Full Professor- Institute of Human Virology - Clinical-(1500005V)
The Infectious Diseases Division and the Institute of Human Virology's Clinical Care/Research Division at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is seeking an additional faculty member for appointment in the School of Medicine's Department of Medicine. Salary/rank commensurate with experience. The successful candidate will travel to the Caribbean or Africa and will fully participate in the division's many global programs in six countries which bring clinical education, antiretroviral therapy assessment, treatment, and/or training and monitoring to resource poor countries. This position will be responsible for leading groups of in-country employees, selecting and training new employees, teaching residents and fellows, and conducting various assessments as a faculty level leader. In addition, the selected candidate will guide and mentor program staff and faculty in the writing of journal articles, presenting at international conferences, and ensuring that the CQI, M & E, and public health aspects of the grants are well carried. Candidates may participate in providing clinical education to students, universities, partners, and government/local officials.
Candidate must hold a postgraduate degree, have five years' experience working in Africa, and must demonstrate a strong interest and experience in the public health evaluation of international HIV care and treatment programs.
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