Location: Atlanta, Georgia
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Emory University is a leading research university that fosters excellence and attracts world-class talent to innovate today and prepare leaders for the future. We welcome candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community.
The Emory Department of Emergency Medicine is a national leader in innovation and discovery. Our aligned vision is to advance all of our programs from excellence to eminence, including our research mission. We are excited about emergency medicine's future and believe that we must be the leader in reframing and redesigning the future of emergency medicine through innovative models of care, novel educational frameworks for medical students, residents, staff and faculty, and builds the fundamental research basis for our specialty, discovering and developing new technologies and therapies that improve equitable access to high quality care, provides hope and saves lives.
The Innovation and Discovery in the Acute and Emergency Sciences Vice Chair (IDEAS VC) will provide vision and leadership for the department's continued journey as a national leader in innovation and discovery. The IDEAS VC will advise and work closely with the Department Chair and Directors on our innovation units (Health DesignED, Brain Research Lab [BRL], Emergency Neurosciences Laboratory and clinical trials group [ENL], Injury Prevention Research Center at Emory and Grady (IPRCE-G), and the Director or EM Research), hospital medical directors, directors of each strategic initiative (Prehospital Care-Disaster Medicine - Flight and Tactical Medicine, Toxicology, Global Health, US, UME, GME, Fellowships) and faculty to advance research, innovation and discovery across the entire emergency care service line. The IDEAS VC will also partner with the school of medicine (SOM), Emory Health Care (EHC), Core labs, and facilities to align strategic research goals and metrics. The VC IDEAS will also develop collaboration and partnerships with key external stakeholders such as Biolocity, Georgia Research Commission, Georgia Tech, UGA, Georgia State, and other regional entities to build coalitions and research infrastructure.
- Associate Professor or Professor
- 10 years of emergency research experience,
- Masters or higher level of training in research related or entrepreneurial field,
- Track record of continuous research funding, preferably Federal fund such as NIH/CDC/DoD
- Evidence of strong leadership skills and ability to navigate a large academic center
- Mindset and training in innovation, entrepreneurial, and Design Thinking are a plus
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