Jobs in Cardiology

Healthincode
Healthincode www.healthincode.com

PUESTO: Especialista en CardiologíaDepartamento:             Área ClínicaJornada:                       CompletaDuración:                      IndefinidoDelegación:                   A CoruñaEn Salud en Código estamos buscando un nuevo compañero/a para incorporar un nuestro equipo como Especialista en Cardiología.La misión del puesto es capaz de realizar Responsabilidades/ Funciones del puesto:1.  Análisis/interpretación de datos clínicos y genéticos de pacientes con Enfermedades Cardíacas Hereditarias2. Consejos de asesoramiento clínico/genético pre y post test.3. Redacción de informes de estudio genético para pacientes con Enfermedades Cardíacas Hereditarias.4. Revisión crítica y carga de datos de literatura específica. 5.Colaboraciones científicas con grupos "opinión clave lider" un nivel internacional6.Apoyo científico a nuestros departamentos de Marketing y Comercial.Requisitos del puesto:1.  Lic. en medicina.2.  Especialista en Cardiología.Otras habilidades:1. Capacidad de trabajo en equipo y colaboración2. Pasión por su trabajo3. Ganas de aprender y contribuir en una empresa en expansiónSe Ofrece:• Incorporación inmediata en una empresa sólida con proyección nacional e internacional y una plantilla estable.• Salario en función de la valía y experiencia aportada por el candidato.¿Estás interesado? Si estás buscando un nuevo desafío, y cumple con todos los requisitos, esperamos recibir su solicitud. Envíanos tu C.V. al correo electrónico: mayte.cortell@imegen.es/

MarseilleMedical Genetics
MarseilleMedical Genetics www.marseille-medical-genetics.org

PhD position in Heart development (2021) “Environment and genetic regulation of heart development: maternal obesity incidence” The Rochais lab at the Marseille Medical Genetics (MMG) is seeking a talented and highly motivated PhD student whose interests are focusing to mouse heart development and metabolism. Our lab has a long standing experience in addressing heart development and cardiac regeneration aiming to enhance these knowledges by using transgenic mouse models together with molecular, developmental and imaging approaches. The proposed PhD project will explore the intersection between genetic and environmental causes of congenital heart diseases secondary to maternal obesity. This project will investigate how genetic and environmental inputs intersect to regulate metabolic programs as cardiac progenitor cells differentiate in the embryonic heart. In particular, using unique mouse genetic models and experimental approaches such as molecular biology, imaging, cultures of embryos/explants and high throughput single cell RNA-Seq technology, the role of the lipid-sensing transcriptional factor Pparg in the regulation of cardiac progenitors will be addressed. Finally, the metabolic profile of cardiac progenitor cells during early heart development will be determined. Altogether this project will provide new insights regarding the etiology of the life-threatening congenital heart diseases related to the maternal obesity. Previous experience in histology, molecular biology and biochemistry methods will be favorable. The PhD will be funded by a 3 years ANR grant starting on September 2021. Application should be sent to magali.theveniau-ruissy@univ-amu.fr with 1- a detailed cover letter outlining previous research experience and future interests, 2- a CV, 3- scanned copies of degree certificates and 4- the names and email addresses of two references.  

University Health System www.universityhealthsystem.com

University Health is a nationally recognized teaching hospital and network of outpatient healthcare centers, owned by the people of Bexar County. In partnership with UT Health San Antonio, it is consistently recognized as a leader in advanced treatment options, new technologies and clinical research.University Medicine Associates (UMA) is a mission-driven, non-profit, primary care and multi-specialty group associated with University Health. UMA is comprised of over 300 providers who offer more than fifteen different types of services in over twenty-five locations across San Antonio. As patients receive inpatient and outpatient care throughout University Health and UMA, they benefit from a shared electronic medical records system and optimal coordination and continuity of care. UMA is presently seeking a board-certified or board-eligible Cardiologist to provide care to residents of Bexar County.  UMA and University Health are proud to offer the following:·        8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Friday work schedule·        No call!·        Ability to incorporate procedural based practice·        Guaranteed salary·        Monthly productivity incentive·        Quarterly quality incentive·        Affordable Medical Insurance/Benefits·        Employer-paid Occurrence Malpractice Insurance·        Loan Repayment Program·        Annual Professional Business Expense Allowance·        Deferred Compensation Retirement Plan w/ Employer Match at 100%·        Generous Paid-Time-Off benefit·        Resident/Fellow Stipend Program·        Opportunities to clinically teach medical students and residents·        Excellent therapeutic formulary support for the indigent population ·        No state tax·        Lower cost of livingIf interested in learning more about the family medicine opportunity, please feel free to reach out to Amy Hensz, Practice Development Director, via email/text/phone. Her contact information is listed below:  Amy Hensz | Director, Practice DevelopmentUniversity Health System | University Medicine Associates | Ambulatory ServicesRobert B. Green Campus |903 W Martin | San Antonio, TX 78207210.358.5909 (P) | 210.818.7704 (C ) | amy.hensz@uhs-sa.com

World Health Organization
World Health Organization www.who.int
University of Alberta www.careers.ualberta.ca

The University of Alberta, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Medicine, in partnership with Alberta Health Services, is inviting applications for the Division Director of Cardiology in the Department of Medicine to be based at the University of Alberta Hospital. Located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, the Faculty has been internationally recognized as among the world’s top 50 medical schools and as one of Canada’s premier health-education institutions. The University is currently home to more than 38,000 students with more than 15,000 faculty and staff. The world class Division of Cardiology at the University of Alberta, focused on ensuring excellence in clinical practice, research and teaching, is an integral part of the Department of Medicine and the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute, a state-of-the-art facility that provides tertiary and quaternary cardiac care services for the City of Edmonton, Northern Alberta, and parts of British Columbia, Yukon, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and portions of Saskatchewan. The University of Alberta and Mazankowski Heart Institute are home to some of the premier programs in the country in the areas of Acute Coronary Syndromes, Advanced Heart Failure, Multimodality Imaging, Interventional Cardiology, Structural Heart Disease, Adult Congenital Heart Disease, Diseases of the Aorta, Mechanical Circulatory Support, Cardiovascular Surgery and Pulmonary Hypertension. In addition, there is an increasing presence in Inherited Disorders and vibrant Cardiac Oncology program. The Mazankowski Heart Institute is unique, providing both Pediatric and Adult Care with regular collaboration with the Pediatric colleagues. The University of Alberta is also home to a highly successful postgraduate Internal Medicine, Cardiology and several Cardiology Fellowship training programs.The successful candidate will join a group of 36 cardiologists. In keeping with our vision statement of exemplary patient care, discovery and education, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to grow and develop in a premier institution.The Division of Cardiology boasts highly successful internationally recognized research in Acute Coronary Syndromes, Heart Failure, Pulmonary Hypertension, outcomes, basic and translational research. There will be many opportunities to collaborate with the Canadian Vigour Center, cardiovascular basic science group and play an important role with the Cardiovascular Research Institute.The Division Director is responsible for all Cardiology research and education at the University of Alberta in the Edmonton Zone and for recruitment and clinical services of Cardiology at the University of Alberta Hospital. She or he is expected to be a leader who will further develop the Division to remain among the top Cardiology groups worldwide and advance the clinical, research and educational mandate within the Department of Medicine.The Faculty is seeking a dynamic, visionary leader who will be supportive of all elements in the Division. The successful candidate will be an active advocate for the Division, and will be collegial and consultative in his or her leadership to drive educational innovation, maximize research output within the Division and lead strategic growth initiatives. The successful candidate will be recognized internationally through scholarly accomplishment in research and education, and will have administrative experience in an academic setting. He or she will be an MD (or equivalent) and eligibility for licensure by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta (CPSA). A contingent tenured appointment at the rank of Associate or Full Professor within the Department will be offered to the successful candidate, which is in accordance with the University of Alberta Faculty Agreement.Remuneration will be on the Academic Medicine & Health Services Program (AMHSP), which offers a very competitive remuneration package with excellent benefits. 

IRCCS MultiMedica Research Hospital www.multimedica.it

IRCCS MultiMedica is a research hospital based in Milan, Italy. It is one of the only 3 IRCCSs specifically focusing on cardiovascular disease in Italy, has a solid clinical activity and large laboratory facilities, and it is affiliated with Academic Institutions. Milan is the second-largest city in Italy, with a thriving economical and social life, and is extremely well-connected with most major cities in Italy and Europe.MultiMedica is interested in expanding its research activities of basic and translational investigation in the field of cardiovascular pathophysiology and pharmacology, recruiting young investigators with keen interest in these fields.MultiMedica is setting up a research group aimed at investigating molecular pathways of tissue repair following myocardial infarction, and intracellular signal transduction underlying heart failure.A research position is available in these fields, under the supervision and coordination of Prof. Giuseppe Ambrosio - Deputy Scientific Director IRCCS MultiMedica and Full Professor University of Perugia - Department of Medicine And Surgery, Section of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Pathophysiology.The prospective candidates should have the following characteristics:- Age: <40 years old;- Degree: any academic degrees in biomedical sciences, Post-doctoral degree would be a plus;- English language proficicency;- Specific expertise in experimental models of myocardial ischemia and/or heart failure, as documented bypublications in these areas and/or letters of recommendation;- Previous experience in qualified International Institutions will be a plus;- Commitment to effective team work with junior colleagues and more senior supervisors.Job place: MultiMedica Technological and Research Pole, Via G. Fantoli 16/15, Milan, Italy. Collaboration with clinical investigators of MultiMedica Hospital to carry out specific translational research will be encouraged.Period: 1 year (with the possibility of extension).Contract and salary to be negotiated, based on recruitee’s degree of expertise.To apply, send CV, a brief description of personal interests and professionals aims, and at least two letters of recommendation to: direzione.scientifica@multimedica.it.

Auckland District Health Board
Auckland District Health Board careers.adhb.govt.nz
Alberta Health Services
Alberta Health Services www.albertahealthservices.ca