The Dept of Medicine, at the Univ of IL College of Medicine at Chicago, located in a large metropolitan area, is seeking full-time Asst Prof of Clinical Med/Phy Surg & Dir of Academic Program to assist the department with the following responsibilities:

Under direction and supervision, assist department in providing full-time clinical patient care to a medically underserved patient population in the hospital and outpatient clinic(s) in the fields of Transplant Hepatology & Gastroenterology. In addition to providing full-time clinical patient care, teach, train, and advise medical students and residents in Transplant Hepatology & Gastroenterology. Conduct medical science research in Transplant Hepatology & Gastroenterology, publish scientific research findings. Oversee and manage Gastroenterology Fellowship program, and perform University service and administrative duties as assigned. Some periodic travel may be required for conferences, professional development, and/or local travel in between worksite locations. This position minimally requires a Medical degree (MD) degree or its foreign equivalent, 3 years of Internal Medicine residency training, 3 years of Gastroenterology fellowship training, 1 year of Transplant Hepatology fellowship training, a valid IL med license or eligibility for IL med license, and BC or BE in Gastroenterology and Transplant Hepatology. For fullest consideration, please submit CV, cover letter, and 3 professional references by 10/10/2023 to Alejandra Moore, University of IL Chicago, 840 S. Wood Street, Suite 1020, Chicago, IL 60612 or via email to

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