The Department of Medicine at the University at Buffalo (UB), Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (JSMBS), Nephrology Division, is actively recruiting candidates to apply for a position as Transplant Nephrologist. Overall duties include serving as attending physician for inpatient and ambulatory services, consultation and follow-up of patients, teaching students, training residents and supervision of Nephrology and Transplant fellows.
The Kidney Pancreas Transplant program at UB is based at the Center of Excellence for Transplantation and Kidney Care at the Erie County Medical Center (ECMC). The program has undergone substantial expansion, with 140 transplants performed annually.
Prospective candidates will be appointed at the Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor level.
The medical corridor in Buffalo has grown considerably, including with a brand-new state-of-the art medical school building housing the JSBMS. This is an opportunity to join an organization focused on the future of medicine-one whose physicians and advanced practitioners’ partner with their patients to ensure a higher state of care and better outcomes. At the UB Department of Medicine, you will experience a deeper sense of compassion, greater breadth of diversity and a never-ending desire to raise the standard of medical excellence, regionally and nationally.
The affiliated institutions include:
Erie County Medical Center
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Veterans Affairs Western New York Healthcare System
The Clinical and Translational Research Center (CTRC)
MD or DO degree required
Board Certified/Board Eligible in Internal Medicine
Board Certified/Board Eligible in Nephrology
Fellowship trained in Transplant Nephrology approved by the American Society of Transplant
Ability to obtain a medical professional license in the State of NY
Ability to obtain a DEA with full prescriptive authority needed for specific practice
Demonstrated skills in clinical transplant Nephrology
Effective written and verbal communication skill
Participation in clinical and/or translational research is encouraged