The Wilmer Eye Institute of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine seeks applications for an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology / Ophthalmologist position to work at locations in Baltimore, Maryland, and Bel Air, Maryland. The Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology / Ophthalmologist will function as a tenure-track member of the faculty with demonstrated achievement in areas of research, teaching, and professional service.
Engage in the education of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine medical/surgical residents, mid-level providers, and other staff through teaching and related activities. Oversee residents during clinical shifts and ophthalmic surgeries, and facilitate on-site, hands-on learning experiences for residents. Attend and participate in grand rounds with residents. Provide formal written evaluations for residents. As needed, provide medical evaluation and treatment (including surgical eye care) of patients with ophthalmological symptoms and/or conditions of the retina, vitreoretinal, visual physiologic, and genetic eye disease. Pursue a focused and independent research program in genetic eye disease, working collaboratively with others to develop a state-of-the-art Genetic Eye Disease Center. Document important research findings and publish in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Apply for external research funding and write successful grants. Supervise one Laboratory Technician, one Ophthalmic Technicians, one Sr. Research Specialist, and one Research Technologist. Perform other related duties as assigned.
Position will work at the Wilmer Eye Institute locations in Baltimore, MD and Bel Air, MD.
Medical degree (or foreign equivalent);
Doctoral degree (or foreign equivalent) in Ophthalmology, Visual Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, or a closely related field;
Completion of a residency in Ophthalmology;
Possession of, or eligibility for, Maryland medical license.
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