Clinical Co-Director, Cardiovascular Medicine (3-309-1019)

first_imgThe Department of Medicine at the University of Maryland School ofMedicine invites nominations and applications for a clinicalcardiologist to co-direct our Cardiovascular Medicine Division.This position will be responsible for the overall clinicaldirection of the Division and for fostering highly collaborativeefforts with our clinical partners across the University ofMaryland Medical System.Successful candidates will focus on service lines to enhance thelocal, regional and national reputation of the division and willgrow procedure volumes and market share for cardiology patientservices. Ideal candidates will possess outstanding clinical skillswith a strong commitment and experience in patient care andteaching, as well as a history of successful clinical research. Weexpect that this position will participate in all aspects of theclinical cardiology programs at the University of Maryland MedicalCenter (downtown and midtown campuses) and the Baltimore VA MedicalCenter, and also anticipate that this position will encourage andpromote commercialization of technology, as well as increaseclinical research activities.Qualifications :This position requires a MD degree from a recognized accrediteduniversity (or foreign equivalent) and successful fellowshiptraining in cardiovascular medicine. Candidates must also beeligible for an unrestricted Maryland medical license and be boardcertified in cardiovascular medicine.We offer competitive salary and benefits, including medical/dentalbenefits, disability plans, retirement plans, and more! TheBaltimore-Washington DC area is a highly desirable area to live inwith good school systems and outstanding entertainment andrecreational opportunities – all within driving distance. Visit ourcampus at and ourdivision at: Baltimore City information, please visit: faculty rank is Associate Professor or higher, however,final rank, tenure status and salary will be commensurate withselected candidate’s experience. When applying, please submit acurrent CV, brief description of career plans and goals, andcontact information of four references. For additional questionsafter application, please email [email protected]last_img read more

Artesians Drop Season Opener to Snohomish

first_imgFacebook2Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Oly Town Artesians Gabriele Zaccagnini and Nate Boatright each recorded braces to lead the Oly Town Artesians in a 15-6 opening night loss to the Snohomish Skyhawks. Three Skyhawks recorded hat tricks – Andrew Escalante, Paul Burgess and Alex Molchan – in their big Western Indoor Soccer League win.Gabriele Zaccagnini of the Oly Town Artesians. Photo courtesy: Oly Town ArtesiansThe Skyhawks jumped out to a 2-0 lead just two minutes into the game on goals by John Troka and Aaron Burns and built a 3-0 lead before Zaccagnini made it 3-1 with 4:48 left in the first quarter. But the Skyhawks exploded for seven goals in the second quarter, including two by Escalante, and took a commanding 11-3 lead at halftime.Tonbra Akpobodor scored once in his debut for the Artesians and JT Meyer added a goal in the fourth quarter, but the Artesians couldn’t get out of the hole they dug for themselves and allowed 15 goals for the second time in franchise history. The nine goal loss was the second worse loss for the Artesians over the course of four their four seasons. The Tacoma Stars knocked them off 15-2 during the 2014-2015 season.Tye Hastings scored twice for the Skyhawks and Corey Hendricksen added another to round out the scoring. Trevor Daveron got the start in goal and split time with Seth Hespe, who made numerous fantastic saves when Oly turned up the pressure in the third quarter.Oly Town now has a couple of weeks to right the ship with a bye next week and the Thanksgiving break coming up. They will travel to the Snohomish Soccer Dome for a rematch with the Skyhawks on December 2. They return home to face the Tacoma Stars Reserves on December 16. First kick at The Pavilion at Evergreen is set for 6:30 p.m.Stay up to date with the Artesians by visiting the Oly Town Artesians website, following them on Twitter, and liking them on Facebook.last_img read more