ADVERTISEMENT MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL CHIEF OF CARDIAC SURGERY The Massachusetts General Hospital is searching for a Chief to lead the Division of Cardiac Surgery in the Department of Surgery, including its clinical practice within the MGH Heart Center, its educational activities, and its research laboratories. This individual should serve as a role model for clinicians, clinical scientists, and surgeons in training. The position, therefore, requires an outstanding surgeon who is a distinguished national leader in Cardiac Surgery as well as an exemplary teacher, with a strong background and outstanding accomplishments in research. The individual must have demonstrated ability to administer a sizable clinical enterprise. The Chief will seek to further the teaching and research missions of the institution, and as such, is eligible for a Harvard Medical School appointment. The ideal candidate will be board-certified in Thoracic Surgery with proven leadership in an academic Cardiac Surgery program. A broad background in basic and clinical investigation and demonstration of scholarly attributes in teaching are highly desirable. The individual should rank nationally and internationally at the top of a peer group in academic Cardiac Surgery. Interested candidates should submit a letter of application and curriculum vitae to: Andrew L. Warshaw, M.D. Surgeon-in-Chief Massachusetts General Hospital 55 Fruit Street, White 506 Boston, MA 02114 Massachusetts General Hospital is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
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