Position: The Division of Respiratory and Critical Care Physiology and Medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center is recruiting a faculty member. Candidates should be qualified for appointment to the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor and be eligible for, or possess, medical licensure in California. Board certification in one or more of the sub-specialties of pulmonary disease, critical care, or sleep medicine is required. Candidates in either clinician-educator or clinician-investigator pathways are eligible to apply.
Patient Care: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center is a 570 bed public hospital operated by the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services and affiliated with the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. It is a level one trauma center and serves as the safety net for acute and chronic healthcare services for more than 700,000 residents in the greater South Bay area of Los Angeles County.
Research: The campus is located on an 11-acre research park, home to The Lundquist Institute for Biomedical Innovation at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. The Lundquist Institute provides administrative support for research, receiving more than $60 million per year in grants. It is also one of four sites in the NIH-funded UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). Current faculty research interests are supported by portfolio of Industry, Federal and Foundation grants that span pulmonary and exercise physiology, novel therapeutic interventions in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, other chronic conditions, muscle and mitochondrial biology, bioengineering, epigenomics, immunology and critical care outcomes.
Education: The medical center is home to over 30 ACGME accredited post-graduate training programs including the division’s fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine.
Division: The Pulmonary and Critical Care division operates a wide range of clinical services including the medical intensive care unit, sleep center, pulmonary function testing and exercise physiology laboratory, blood gas laboratory, respiratory therapy, pulmonary, sleep, and interventional pulmonary consultation, and a pulmonary ambulatory clinic. All of these efforts are integrated with the clinical training programs.
1) Board certification in one or more of the sub-specialties of pulmonary disease, critical care, or sleep medicine is required.
2) MD or DO
3) California Medical Board License.
4) Candidates in either clinician-educator or clinician-investigator pathways are eligible to apply.