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UT Southwestern is a premier research and educational institution based in Dallas. It counts among its faculty five Nobel laureates and more than 20 members of the National Academy of Sciences and ranks regularly among the top medical schools in the country. For more than 70 years, UT Southwestern’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology has been acknowledged for its contributions to women’s healthcare. Faculty members are recognized as the authors of three major OB/GYN textbooks — Williams Obstetrics, Williams Gynecology, and Essential Reproductive Medicine. UT Southwestern is also responsible for the largest obstetrics and gynecology residency training program in the nation.
UT Southwestern Medical Center Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is searching for qualified candidates to direct its Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship. The Fellowship Director provides leadership and has overall responsibility for the Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship. The Fellowship Director works closely with the leadership of the Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine, and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and is expected to have a proven track record of clinical excellence in the field of maternal-fetal medicine.
- MD or DO degree from an accredited institution, completion of accredited OB/GYN residency, and fellowship in maternal-fetal medicine are required.
- Board certified in OB/GYN and Maternal Fetal Medicine.
- A minimum of five years of experience after completion of an ABOG-accredited fellowship training program and active involvement in research with demonstrated current academic productivity.
- Eligible for permanent, unrestricted licensure in Texas.
- Academic work must qualify for appointment at the appropriate level at UT Southwestern School of Medicine.
- Strong commitment to patient care, reflecting a service-oriented philosophy with hospital administration and with colleagues in other specialties.
- Evidence of promoting and supporting teaching and scholarly activities.
- A reputation for building a clinically strong program.
- A distinguished record of scholarly activity, teaching, and clinical care.