Academic Division Director, Endocrinology

The University of Missouri

The University of Missouri Division of Endocrinology is seeking a Division Chief to build and develop a division with institutional and leadership support. The incoming Division chief will mentor current clinician-scientists, drive clinical volume growth, and oversee all division clinical, teaching, and academic programs.

Opportunity Highlights

  • Academic leadership opportunity
  • Build and develop a division with institutional and leadership support
  • Robust patient base and strong relationships with referring providers - Division has a powerful legacy of research excellence, with extramural funding enhanced by philanthropic support
  • Thriving endocrinology fellowship program with demonstrable academic success, graduating three fellows annually
  • NIH-funded investigators in cardiovascular and metabolic disorders, with expertise in vascular remodeling, repair and regeneration; bioenergetics; heart failure; precision nutrition; and non-alcoholic fatty liver
  • The NextGen Precision Health building is a state-of-the-art, 265,000-square-foot facility designed to enable cardiovascular and metabolic disorders research as one of six focus areas
  • Current clinical trials conducted in the clinics and the Clinical Research Center

Community Highlights

  • Columbia, Missouri, is a lively college town filled with friendly individuals and an engaging spirit unique to this region of the Midwest.
  • Surrounded by small-town charm combined with big-city culture, activities, and amenities, you’ll have everything you need.
  • Niche ranks Columbia an overall A grade and names it a best place to live in Missouri.
  • Excellent quality of life with a low cost of living and safe, family-friendly neighborhoods
  • Exceptional public and private schools – a wonderful place to raise a family
  • Four distinct seasons and an abundance of outdoor recreation
  • Proximity to the Ozark Mountains and Lake of the Ozarks
  • U.S. News Ranks Missouri in its Top 5 Best States for Affordability and #4 for Opportunity
  • Columbia regularly receives accolades from leading magazines and websites for being a best place to live

Interested candidates should contact Ashlie Korb at (469) 524-1676 or [email protected].