The James D. Eason Transplant Institute, in partnership with Methodist University Hospital and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is actively seeking a Transplant Hepatologist (tenure or non-tenure track) to join our successful Transplant Institute. Transplant Hepatologists are University of Tennessee faculty with a clinical appointment within Transplant Institute at Methodist University Hospital.
The newly endowed Transplant Research Institute has well established basic science and translational research programs to complement the clinical endeavor. An Endowed Chair with funding for clinical and translational research is available for qualified candidates.
This position offers an outstanding compensation and benefits package above the national average and can accommodate most visa requirements including J1 visa. The hepatology division is supported by a Hepatology Fellow and a Gastroenterology fellow. The out-patient operations are supported by a dedicated team of Nurse Practitioners and coordinators.
Methodist University Hospital Transplant Institute
Nationally recognized for its success with kidney, liver, kidney-pancreas and pancreas transplants, Methodist University Hospital Transplant Institute in Memphis, Tennessee, has been a leader in the field for more than 40 years. The program offers hope to patients with conditions such as kidney failure and end-stage liver diseases such as cirrhosis, Hepatitis C and diabetes.