The Division of Nuclear Medicine of the Department of Radiology at the University of Miami School of Medicine is seeking to fill a full-time faculty position, which involves clinical, teaching and research activities. Candidates for this position should be both Nuclear Medicine (ABNM) and Diagnostic Radiology (ABR) Board certified or Board eligible. Academic rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The University of Miami is the only large academic center in South Florida with a rapidly expanding regional footprint and a patient-oriented practice focused on clinical and academic excellence. Professional responsibilities involve the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center which has a National Cancer Institute (NCI) designation; the University of Miami Hospital and Clinics and outlying outpatient satellite facilities; Jackson Memorial Hospital, a 1600-bed primary and tertiary care public hospital; and UHealth Tower Hospital, a 550-bed multi-specialty hospital.
The Division is seeking an individual with excellent nuclear medicine background and working experience in all facets of nuclear medicine diagnostic imaging, including oncology, cardiology and neurology protocols. Experience in radiopharmaceutical therapy is desired as the Division is very active in conventional and new therapies for thyroid cancer, lymphoma, neuroendocrine tumors, prostate, and other. Responsibilities also include teaching and training of nuclear medicine and radiology residents, clinical research, participation in journal clubs, multidisciplinary conferences and serving in departmental committees. Resources include state of the art PET/CT, SPECT/CT and gamma camera equipment and associated computer hardware and software platforms for dedicated nuclear medicine processing and advanced computational analysis.
The UHealth System and Miller School of Medicine is a state-of-the-art academic medical center that serves the South Florida community and beyond. This is accomplished by:
Delivering high-quality, compassionate health care
Leading life-changing discoveries and transforming care through innovative research
Educating the next generation of medical leaders
Promoting the health and well-being of our community
Nurturing diversity, equity, and inclusivity
Miami is one of the most diverse metropolitan areas in the United States; as such, qualified applicants of every ethnic origin, race, religion, and persuasion are encouraged to apply.
Interested Candidates should submit their CV and cover letter to:
Board Certification/Board Eligible in Nuclear Medicine
Nuclear Medicine Fellowship
Internal Number: P100051598
About University of Miami
Scan of the brain
PET Study of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow
The Division of Nuclear Medicine currently has four full time faculty members and one part time faculty member. All attendings are dual board certified and have expertise and special interest in various sections of nuclear medicine.
Our mission is to provide medical care of a very high caliber, and conduct high quality research involving imaging studies such as PET/CT and SPECT/CT, non-imaging in-vivo studies, and various therapeutic studies, including radioantibodies with unsealed radiopharmaceuticals.
Cardiovascular Studies: MUGA Rest, Myocardial Rest – Thallium, Myocardial Perfusion Stress-Rest, PYP Scan, Venogram
Tumor/Inflammation: Gallium Sarcoid, Gallium SPECT, Gallium Total Body
Endocrine: Adrenal Imaging with MIBG, I-131 Total Body, Parathyroid, Thyroid Scan, Thyroid Uptake, Thyroid Uptake and Scan, Thyroid Uptake/Suppression, Thyroid Uptake/TSH.
Central Nervous System: Brain SPECT w/Neurolite – Brain (Perfusion Imaging), Cisternogram, Cisternogram SPECT, Tumor Localization SPECT with Thallium, Brain flow
Gastrointestinal: Hepatobili...ary, Gastric Emptying, Esophageal Swallow, GI Bleed, Liver Spleen SPECT, Abdominal Scan – Meckel’s, Gastro-Esophageal (GE) Reflux
Genitourinary: Cystogram, Renogram/Lasix, Renal SPECT (MAG3), Renal SPECT (DMSA), Renogram/ACE Inhibitor, Testicular
Hematological: Lymphoscintigraphy, WBC scan
PET: Brain (Metabolic Imaging), Cardiac, Tumor Whole Body Imaging
Skeletal: Bone Density, Bone SPECT, Total Body, Triple Phase
Pulmonary: Lung Quantitative, Lung Aerosol/Perfusion
Therapy: Bone Pain, Hyperthyroid, Thyroid CA Therapy, Bexxar Therapy, Zevalin Therapy
Tumor Localization: Breast Scintigraphy, Octreoscan, Prostascint
Jackson Memorial Hospital
University of Miami Hospitals & Clinics/Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center
Areas of Expertise
PET/CT, SPECT/CT, Radiopharmaceutical Therapy, and Computer Analysis
The department is well equipped with state-of-the art technology including:
Along with patient care, the resident receives training in the fundamentals of radiologic medical technology, nuclear physics, radiation biology, radiation protection, and computer applications. Residents also receive basic science training in physics, instrumentation and computer science, radiopharmaceuticals and protocols involved by attending the five week Basic Science Teaching Course in Nuclear Medicine.
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UMH Radiology Services
Interventional & Diagnostic MSK Ultrasound Services
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