Director, Cardiovascular Imaging | Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

  • Location: Baltimore, MD

Grant Cooper is seeking is seeking a Director of Cardiovascular Imaging for the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD.The University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) is the first public and the fifth oldest medical school in the United States, and the first to institute a residency-training program. The School of Medicine was the founding school of the University of Maryland and today is an integral part of the 11-campus University System of Maryland. UMSOM serves as the anchor for a large academic health center which aims to provide the best medical education, conduct the most innovative biomedical research and provide the best patient care and community service to Maryland and beyond. It is a leading research institution dedicated to research and training (7th among 76 public U.S. medical schools and 20th among all 138 U.S. medical schools in research grant and contract expenditures). The University places tremendous value on research and training programs, which are integral to achieving clinical care objectives.

Position Overview

UMSOM is seeking an established investigator to serve as Director of Cardiovascular Imaging. The Director will be responsible for the continued development of our Cardiovascular Imaging program and accordingly will be working collaboratively with the faculty within the University of Maryland Heart and Vascular Center (UMHVC). The Director will develop and oversee multidisciplinary teams for clinical treatment, organize basic science/clinical research initiatives, seek and acquire grants, and encourage publications and presentations in prestigious venues nationally and internationally. Responsibilities will include the development of molecular probes and quantitative imaging methods and expansion of multi-modal imaging capabilities at UMSOM. Investigators should have a demonstrated expertise in medical imaging with cardiovascular applications. This position will have a primary faculty appointment in the Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine.


  • An MD or PhD is required.
  • Strong history of federal grant support, including funding through NIH.
  • Accomplished academic record sufficient to fulfill the University of Maryland criteria for a senior level faculty appointment.


The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.