Faculty Positions

Breast Imaging Radiologist

The Department of Radiology at the University of Michigan is seeking a full-time/part-time fellowship trained radiologist to join our Breast Imaging Division as Clinical Instructor, Assistant, Associate or Professor rank.

The University of Michigan Division of Breast Imaging represents a specialized group of clinical imaging services within the Department of Radiology. We perform more than 55,000 comprehensive examinations every year utilizing the latest equipment available. Our division consists of 14 distinguished Breast Imaging specialists involved in clinical care and research. There is a long-standing history of close collaboration with the multidisciplinary team at our Breast Care Center, staffed by breast surgeons, pathologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists and plastic surgeons. Breast Imaging is also part of our Rogel Cancer Center, which is a member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, an alliance of the world’s 21 leading cancer centers.

We offer full-field digital mammography and tomosynthesis units, hand-held ultrasound, 3-Tesla magnetic resonance imaging with a dedicated breast imaging coil. Our procedures include prone stereotactic core needle biopsies, wire or magseed localizations, and ultrasound guided fine-needle aspirations and biopsies, and MRI guided vacuum assisted biopsies.

We are consistently ranked as one of the country’s top ten hospitals, radiology departments and medical schools in the country. We have a dedicated diagnostic and interventional radiology residency program, sponsor two Breast Imaging fellows every year, and participate regularly in medical school education.

Our Department of Radiology offers a wide array of clinical and academic tract options. We have a robust mentoring and advancement system as well as professional and personal development options through our Faculty Development program. We have equity in pay for gender and foreign medical graduates and equity in our leadership roles throughout the Department. We place a strong emphasis on physician well-being, inclusion, and a positive culture. We collaborate closely with the schools of engineering, public health and business at the University of Michigan.

The city of Ann Arbor is routinely ranked as one of the most desirable places to live, raise a family and retire in the United States. It is a bustling University town, culinary hotspot, and a tech hub with a walkable downtown that includes world-class arts and culture. Ann Arbor is home to the University of Michigan, which is ranked the top public institution in the United States. U-M is a leader in higher education, attracting top students and faculty from all over the world.

Required Qualifications: M.D. or equivalent, ABR-certified or has passed the core examination and on track to take the certifying examination within 15 months of completing residency, fellowship training in
breast imaging radiology, and the ability to obtain a medical license in the State of Michigan. Evidence of clinical competence and competence in teaching is expected.

U-M EEO/AA Statement: The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

How to apply:

Qualified applicants should send their CV and a letter of interest to:
Ms. Susan Benyi – Admin Assistant to Kimberly A. Garver, M.D.
Division of Breast Imaging Radiology
Michigan Medicine / University of Michigan
E-mail: benyis@med.umich.edu

Cardiothoracic Radiologist

Job Summary: The Department of Radiology is recruiting a fellowship-trained cardiothoracic radiologist to join our team of 17 cardiothoracic radiology faculty at either the Instructor, Assistant or Associate Professor or Professor level.

Our growing and diverse practice has the breadth, depth and scale for faculty at any career stage and with general or specialized interests anywhere along the spectrum from clinician-educator to clinician-scientist. We emphasize mentorship, career and leadership development.

The division performs and interprets the full gamut of cardiothoracic radiology examinations, including thoracic and cardiovascular CT and MRI, and CT-guided thoracic biopsies/drainage procedures. The division was responsible for nearly 145,000 examinations in the last fiscal year using state of the art digital portable & standard chest radiographic equipment with tomosynthesis capability, MRI, and CT scanners with low dose technology. Responsibilities include teaching a spectrum of learners (medical students, residents, fellows and ourselves too), and clinical, translational and/or basic research. We have many ongoing research programs within the Department, including close collaboration with our own Basic Sciences Division, and with colleagues across Michigan Medicine and the University of Michigan campus. The University of Michigan Medical School has the largest group of health services researchers in the United States at our Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation, and an excellent Faculty Development Program.

Cardiothoracic Radiology faculty enjoy close relationships with many disciplines, including Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Thoracic Surgery, Cardiac Surgery, and Cardiovascular Medicine. We are active in many multidisciplinary programs including the Thoracic Cancer Program as part of our NCCN & NIH designated Rogel Cancer Center, Interstitial Lung Disease, obstructive lung disease, lung transplantation, cardiac oncology, cardiomyopathy, pediatric and adult congenital heart disease, aortic disease and TAVR, and cardiac electrophysiology/arrthythmia.  These close collaborations provide a stimulating collegial atmosphere with numerous interdisciplinary clinical and research conferences. We strive to be the “leaders and best” in pursuit of excellence in clinical care, research and education.

Required Qualifications: M.D. or equivalent, ABR-certified or has passed the core examination and on track to take the certifying examination within 15 months of completing residency, fellowship training in cardiothoracic radiology, and the ability to obtain a medical license in the State of Michigan. Evidence of clinical competence and competence in teaching is expected.

How to apply: Qualified applicants should send their CV and a letter of interest to:

Prachi Agarwal, M.D.
Division Director, Cardiothoracic Radiology
Michigan Medicine
1500 E.Medical Center Drive; CVC #5582
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5868
E-mail: prachia@med.umich.edu

U-M EEO/AA Statement: The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Neurointerventional Radiologist

Job Summary: The Department of Radiology is recruiting a fellowship-trained Neurointerventional Radiologist (NIR) with high integrity and a strong commitment to professionalism to join our team at either the Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor level.

Neurointerventional Radiology (NIR) has been an established specialty at Michigan Medicine for the past 25 years. Our growing and diverse practice has the breadth, depth and scale for faculty at any career stage and with general or specialized interests anywhere along the spectrum from clinician-educator to clinician-scientist. We emphasize mentorship, career and leadership development.

NIR utilizes two dedicated biplane angiosuites for adults and a shared biplane angiosuite in the Mott Children’s hospital and takes care of approximately 1000 patients with neurovascular disease in the adult & pediatric population. The specialty has seen a growth of 6% in FY19 mainly related to an increase in number of ischemic stroke thrombectomies. The Neurointerventional radiology (NIR) team is based in the Neuroradiology Division, and is composed of two radiologists and two neurosurgeons. Our training, in a typical year, includes a Neurointerventional radiology (NIR) fellow from Radiology and a Neuro-endovascular Surgery (NES) fellow from Neurosurgery. The NIR faculty also have responsibilities for some programmed Neuro-diagnostic MR & CT reading.

The Radiology Department has the latest hardware and software capabilities for all aspects of anatomic, physiologic and metabolic imaging. We operate 14 MR scanners, including an intraoperative unit, 3T, 1.5T and open 1T units, 18 CT scanners including among them GE Revolution CT, HD 750 scanners, Siemens Force, a portable scanner for the neuro ICU, and a dental scanner. Our 3 neuroangiographic suites include a CT biplane angiographic unit, a biplane angiographic unit and a multipurpose single plane angiographic unit, plus a biplane angiosuite in the CS Mott children’s hospital.

Responsibilities include teaching a spectrum of learners (medical students, residents, fellows and ourselves too), and clinical, translational and/or basic research. We have many ongoing research programs within the Department, including close collaboration with our own Basic Sciences Division, and with colleagues across Michigan Medicine and the University of Michigan campus. The University of Michigan Medical School has the largest group of health services researchers in the United States at our Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation, and an excellent Faculty Development Program.

NIR faculty enjoy close relationships with many disciplines, including Neurology, Neurosurgery, Otolaryngology, Emergency Medicine, and Radiation Oncology. These collaborations provide a stimulating collegial atmosphere with more than 20 interdisciplinary conferences each week, including teaching conferences, tumor boards and clinical working conferences. We strive to be the “leaders and best” in pursuit of excellence in clinical care, research and education.

Required Qualifications: M.D. or equivalent, ABR-certified, has passed the core examination and on track to take the certifying examination within 15 months of completing residency, with ACGME-accredited fellowship training in neuroradiology, 2 years of Neurointerventional Radiology (NIR) training, and the ability to obtain a medical license in the State of Michigan. Evidence of clinical competence and competence in teaching is expected.  

How to apply: Qualified applicants should send their CV and a letter of interest to:

Ashok Srinivasan, M.D.
Director, Division of Neuroradiology
University of Michigan Health System / Michigan Medicine
1500 E. Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0326

E-mail: ashoks@med.umich.edu

U-M EEO/AA Statement: The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Pediatric Radiologist

The Department of Radiology is recruiting a fellowship-trained pediatric radiologist to join our team of 12 faculty in the Section of Pediatric Radiology at the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, at either the Instructor, Assistant or Associate Professor or Professor level.

Our growing and diverse practice has the breadth, depth and scale for faculty at any career stage, and with general or specialized interests anywhere along the spectrum from clinician-educator to clinician-scientist. We emphasize mentorship, career and leadership development in a culture that embraces diversity. We are seeking candidates who are excellent clinical pediatric radiologists and enthusiastic educators. An aptitude for research and innovation is encouraged.

The Section of Pediatric Radiology is responsible for all body and musculoskeletal imaging of pediatric patients, totaling approximately 95,000 pediatric imaging exams annually. State of the art imaging equipment at the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital includes 3 MRIs, an intraoperative MRI, 2 CTs, 7 ultrasound units, 6 radiography rooms and 4 fluoroscopy/radiography rooms. The hospital has 277 pediatric beds, diverse subspecialty outpatient clinics and a busy 31 bay pediatric emergency department.

Pediatric Radiology is one of 9 clinical specialty units, which together with our robust basic science division, form the Department of Radiology faculty. With approximately 150 faculty, we consistently ranks near the top nationally in NIH funding, and rank within the top 10 post graduate radiology education programs. The Section provides training for two Pediatric Radiology fellows each year.

C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital is located on the Ann Arbor Medical Campus of the University of Michigan. Connectivity to the Medical School and greater university campus provides opportunity for collaboration with a diverse faculty. Ann Arbor is consistently rated one of the top cities its size in which to live, work and play, and is a community ranked highly for raising a family. The city is culturally rich and provides excellent educational options for children. Many faculty enjoy attending the diversity of music/theater/art and athletic events (#Go Blue) offered across campus. Detroit Metro Airport, a Delta Airlines hub, is approximately half an hour away, providing non-stop flights to most US and many international destinations.

Required Qualifications: M.D. or equivalent, ABR-certified or has passed the core examination and on track to take the certifying examination within 15 months of completing residency. Must have completed an ACGME-accredited fellowship in Pediatric Radiology, completed or be eligible to complete ABR-certification in Pediatric Radiology, and have the ability to obtain a State of Michigan medical license. Additional subspecialty fellowship training beyond 1-year of Pediatric Radiology is positively regarded. Evidence of clinical and teaching is competence is expected. This recruitment is open until filled.

How to apply: Qualified applicants should send their CV and a letter of interest to:

Peter J. Strouse, MD, FACR
Director, Section of Pediatric Radiology
pstrouse@med.umich.edu
734-232-9253

U-M EEO/AA Statement: The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Vascular and Interventional Radiologist

The Department of Radiology is recruiting fellowship-trained vascular interventional radiologists with high integrity and a strong commitment to professionalism to join our team faculty in the Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology (VIR) at either the Instructor, Assistant or Associate Professor or Professor level.

Our growing and diverse adult and pediatric VIR practice has the breadth, depth and scale for faculty at any career stage, and with general or specialized interests anywhere along the spectrum from clinician-educator to clinician-scientist. We emphasize mentorship, career and leadership development in a culture that embraces diversity. We are seeking candidates who are excellent clinical vascular interventional radiologists and enthusiastic educators.  An aptitude for research and innovation is strongly encouraged.

The VIR Division provides clinical care at the University Hospital, Frankel Cardiovascular Center, C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital on our main campus, in addition to several Michigan Medicine ambulatory care facilities and the Ann Arbor Veteran’s Affairs Hospital. Across the Michigan Medicine facilities, we have 14 angiography suites, including 2 combined CT-angiography rooms, and 2 additional rooms with cone-beam CT capability. The Ann Arbor Veteran’s Affairs Hospital, the largest in our state, has 2 state-of-the-art angiography suites and a dedicated procedural CT scanner.  We are actively planning programming for additional suites in our new clinical inpatient tower on main campus, and East Medical Campus ambulatory facilities in Ann Arbor.

Our VIR faculty perform 100% IR, including the entire gamut of image-guided minimally-invasive procedures with strong emphasis on vascular, oncologic, transplant, hepatobiliary and pediatric IR services. VIR faculty are engaged in all facets of image-guided intervention, including aortic disease, PAD, venous disease, pulmonary disease, interventional oncology, peripheral skeletal bone ablation and cement augmentation, visceral tumor ablation, advanced portal hypertension and transplant interventions. The VIR-division is a clinically-based practice and faculty are integrally involved in multidisciplinary tumor boards, portal hypertension clinics, vascular clinics, and transplant programs.

Vascular Interventional Radiology is one of 9 clinical specialty units, which together with our robust basic science division, form the Department of Radiology faculty. With approximately 150 faculty, we consistently rank near the top nationally in NIH funding, and rank within the top 10 post graduate radiology education programs. The Division provides training for 5 VIR fellows, 15 IR-DR residents, and 32 diagnostic radiology residents.  We have several advanced practice providers and continue to hire staff to meet our growing practice.

The Michigan Medicine Medical Campus has connectivity to both the Medical School and greater University campus, providing opportunity for collaboration with a diverse faculty.  Ann Arbor is consistently rated as one of the top cities its size in which to live, work and play, and is a community ranked highly for raising a family.  The city is culturally rich and provides excellent educational options for children.  Many faculty enjoy attending the diversity of music/theater/art and athletic events (#Go Blue) offered across campus. Detroit Metro Airport, a Delta Airlines hub, is approximately half an hour away, providing not stop flights to most US and many international destinations.

Required Qualifications: M.D. or equivalent, ABR-certified or has passed the core examination and on track to take the certifying examination within 15 months of completing residency. Must have completed an ACGME-accredited fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology, completed or be eligible to complete ABR-certification in Vascular and Interventional Radiology, and be able to obtain a medical license in the State of Michigan. Evidence of clinical competence and competence in teaching is expected.

This recruitment is open until filled.

How to apply:

Qualified applicants should send their CV and a letter of interest to:

Michele Mangner
Faculty Services Office
mcurro@med.umich.edu

734-764-9552

U-M EEO/AA Statement: The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.