SOM-Pediatrics – MU9440
Full-time tenure track position in an academic setting with the rank of Professor of Pediatrics. Duties will include the management and diagnoses of a variety of allergies and immunologic conditions while serving as attending physician in the Division of Allergy/Immunology. Faculty member will provide hospital consults, resident and student medical education (i.e. allergy/immunology rotations), didactic teaching, and initiate and/or participate in specific research or other scholarly activities which are consistent with the educational background, training expertise, and interests of the physician.
Marshall University is composed of academic units that include the Colleges of Arts and Media; Business; Education and Professional Development; Information Technology and Engineering; Liberal Arts; Health Professions, and Science, as well as the Honors College; University College; the Graduate College; the School of Pharmacy; and the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
One of West Virginia’s first public institutions of higher education, Marshall University was founded as Marshall Academy in 1837 and named after Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Marshall (1755-1835).
The institution became Marshall College in 1858 and attained university status in 1961.