The University of Missouri is seeking a Division Chief of Nephrology to lead an internationally renowned nephrology program. The division has a robust clinical enterprise with excellent patient care, internationally known researchers, and a highly reputable fellowship program. The clinical enterprise consists of full-spectrum inpatient and outpatient kidney disease services, including transplant. The program covers all aspects of nephrology practice, including acute and chronic dialysis (hemodialysis and all forms of peritoneal dialysis), ICU nephrology (including CRRT/SLED), medical care of acute and chronic renal transplant patients, hypertension, diabetic nephropathy, and other relevant areas in clinical nephrology.
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About the University of Missouri School of Medicine
As the first publicly supported medical school west of the Mississippi River, the MU School of Medicine has improved health, education, and research for more than 170 years. More Missouri physicians have received their medical degrees from MU than any other university in Missouri. The SOM’s more than 700 faculty physicians and scientists educate more than 1,000 medical students, residents, fellows, and other students seeking advanced degrees, as well as more than 1,000 undergraduate students each semester. The school is divided into 16 clinical departments and five basic science departments.
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