Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (37756)

first_imgThe University of Florida Department of Medicine is seekingphysician applicants for a full-time clinical position within theDivision of General Internal Medicine. The successful candidatewill practice as part of an academic group practice caring for apersonal panel of patients as well as teaching and supervisingmedical students and residents in both ambulatory and inpatientsettings. There is a significant emphasis on academic careerdevelopment within the division with a strong record of developmentin medical education scholarship and collaborative research.The Division of General Internal Medicine is comprised of 40faculty members and advanced practitioners who together providecomprehensive adult care at over 50,000 ambulatory visits and10,000 hospital encounters annually. The Division manages three,modern and highly resourced outpatient practices located inGainesville, Florida. Each practice is linked to the sameelectronic health record system as our hospitals and a highlyregarded ambulatory care scribe program is offered for all faculty.The Division is known for an innovative faculty development programwhich prioritizes faculty retention, well-being and advancement inacademic medicine. We pride ourselves on being family oriented andleadership in promotion institutional faculty wellnessinitiatives.The Department of Medicine is a national leader in multiplesubspecialty areas. UF Health is one of the Southeast’s mostcomprehensive academic health centers and includes UF HealthShands, a 1000-bed quaternary referral hospital which ranks amongthe top 50-hospitals in the US News & World Report Survey in 7adult specialties. The University of Florida Health Science Centerhas a unique constellation of six health colleges and nine-centersand institutes all located on a single campus. The University ofFlorida is a Top 10 public research university and includessubstantial resources to support teaching, research, andcollaboration. The University of Florida Health Science Centerfeatures one of only 2 Clinical Translational Science Institute(CTSI) hubs in the state of Florida. The CTSI features a Trainingand Research Academy for Clinical and Translational Science forearly career faculty seeking to develop research skills and pursuecareers as clinical investigators.The Gainesville, Florida region has an inexpensive cost of living,nationally ranked public middle and high schools, and superbweather with multiple year-round recreational opportunitiesincluding biking, hiking, kayaking, snorkeling and cave diving.Pristine wilderness areas, coastal communities, famous theme parks,and other attractions are within a short driving distance.Gainesville Regional Airport provides non-stop service to threemajor international air travel hubs.Requisite attributes include a commitment to service, a strongsense of teamwork and a desire to train tomorrow’s doctors.Applicants must be board-certified or board eligible and eligiblefor a Florida Medical License. Annual salary is negotiable andcommensurate with experience and education.Applicants should have a record of distinguished accomplishmentsand proficiency in clinical duties, administration, and clinicalinvestigation to include mentoring new physicians, fostering aprogressive and dynamic work environment, and promoting teachingand research.Applicants must be board-certified or board eligible and eligiblefor a Florida Medical LicenseThis position was originally posted under requisition #507001.Previous applicants are still being considered and need notre-apply.Please attach curriculum vitae and three letters ofrecommendation.Final candidate will be required to provide official transcript tothe hiring department upon hire. A transcript will not beconsidered “official” if a designation of “Issued to Student” isvisible. Degrees earned from an education institution outside ofthe United States are required to be evaluated by a professionalcredentialing service provider approved by the National Associationof Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found athttp://www.naces.org/ .If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for thisposition, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at800-955-8771 (TDD). Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to workin the US. Searches are conducted in accordance with Florida’sSunshine Law.The University of Florida is an equal opportunity institutiondedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty andstaff.This position has been re-posted. Current applicants are stillunder consideration and need not reapply.The University of Florida is committed to non-discrimination withrespect to race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex,sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status,national origin, political opinions or affiliations, geneticinformation and veteran status in all aspects of employmentincluding recruitment, hiring, promotions, transfers, discipline,terminations, wage and salary administration, benefits, andtraining.last_img read more

BRO Athletes |Chris Harnish Takes on the Iron Cross XIII

first_imgThe past decade has seen an explosion of new “challenge” events geared towards being inclusive to more athletes, while adding unique features. Mud runs and warrior runs have replaced the venerable trail run, while trail ultra-marathons continue to grow. In the cycling world, the Gran Fondo has emigrated from Europe to America, with new events popping up all over the country, while the sport of cyclo-cross has experienced an enormous surge in popularity in the last decade. But before all the boutique events, there was the Iron Cross. Billed as North America’s original ultra-cross race, the Iron Cross could be described as part Gran Fondo, part off-road adventure, mixed with a little cyclo-cross to create a day of awesome views and challenging fun. It’s no wonder why I jumped at the invite to come up and race the lucky 13th edition!Iron CrossThe Iron Cross was hatched in 2003 by longtime road racer and cycling advocate, Mike Kuhn. The guiding principles of the event are: 1) take care of every racer, and 2) there’s no such thing as too much suffering! From its humble beginnings, though, the Iron Cross has become known as one of the premiere ultra-cross events in the U.S. And while the race has evolved, and grown out of its original course venue in the Pine Grove Furnace State Park to its brand new home starting in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, the heart of the race remains delivering an event for every racer, and, as I can attest, loads of suffering. The CourseStarting and finishing in downtown Williamsport, the race winds itself out of Williamsport in just a few short miles. No sooner have you left town than you’re hitting the first of six big climbs, making your way upward 5 ½ miles past Racoon Mountain. There is little time to rest, however, as you head onto the open roads and the potential for serious head and crosswinds for about 3 miles before hitting the mile long “wall” on Route 44. The climb averages 9 percent, but has pitches between 15 and 23 percent. From the summit of Route 44 you are treated to a spectacular view and a 3 ½ mile descent that plunges you down nearly 1,400 feet to Elimsport, not far from your first aid station. Early in the race, many tend to ignore Aid 1, like me, but it’s a great feature for those wanting to travel lighter on the first climb.3 The Run upThe course then grinds its way up the road before hitting the dirt once more with the 1.6 mile 3rd Gap climb, which averages about 7 percent, but stings with a few pitches above 15%. Any thoughts of relief, though, are premature, because the course hits a series of rollers for nearly 5 miles before reaching a steady 4 mile downhill section that passes aid station 2. At the halfway point, Aid 2 is good place to restock your fuel, or pick up personal items delivered by the race. Once past Aid 2, the race tackles some of its best suffering in the final half, starting with the 4 mile climb up Walters Road.On paper, Walter Road is the easiest of the big climbs, averaging just 5 percent with pitches of just 15, but at more than 2 or more hours into the race, this climb seems to go on forever. With so many miles left, I opted to ride conservatively, which extended my pain to more than a half an hour. Once at the top, you’re treated to a combination of rutted dirt fire roads and some rocky, technical single-track descents, before beginning a slow single-track grind to a hellishly steep torture session masquerading as a “run-up”. There is nothing runnable about this march up the mountain. I also learned thats its impossible to shoulder my 29er. According to Strava, it took me 16 min to plod the half mile hill. Strava also says the average grade was 21 percent, with several spots nearly 40 percent! But all this brutality had its reward, in the form of the long-supported Larry’s Tavern, which featured fresh venison and ice-cold beer. I passed on the meat, but gladly refreshed myself for the final 15 miles. And if that wasn’t enough, I was treated to my first snow flurries of the fall.4 Larry's Tavern PABSTAfter an easy 5 miles down to Aid 3, I thought the better part of valor was to stop and fill up my bottle and grab some food. I have to give props to Kuhn and huge props to all the race staff, because the rest areas are fully stocked and these folks were awesome help on a frigid day. While the 3 min stop may have cost me time, it was far better to avoid a major bonk in the last hour. As it turned out, the screaming fast descent from Aid 3 and Jacks Hollow, was followed by a painful 2 mile climb up Lorson road and then a series of rollers before the final 5 mile plunge to Williamsport. As the race hits the final 5 k, the Iron Cross throws in some tricky off-camber cyclo-cross fun before dumping you onto the flat, fast run to the finish, and some hot food and cold beer of your choice!Post-race ReflectionsIt’s been a long time since I’ve competed in any mass start bike races, so this was a great way to come back to the sport. I honestly cannot say enough about the event, because it has everything you want. In an era where many races look to cash in first, and leave you wondering how you will find the route or carry your gear, Iron Cross gives you the support from the start. You can leave drop bags that are delivered to each aid station, or you can drop stuff off as you go.  The staff is friendly and helpful, and the course simply amazing. The prizes are pretty awesome, and even if you’re not an award winner, you still go home with cool shwag. And most of all, you get as much suffering as you can dish out! And while this year’s race was a bit frosty for me, it was great to catch up with an old friend, and get to revisit much of what I’ve always loved about the sport of cycling.5 40+ PodiumMy Iron Cross by the numbers32o F was the temperature at the start; I never saw anything above 40.65.1 miles4:53:00 was my finish time6,873 ft of climbing3042 kJ expended208 W Norm Power*I also consumed 3 Honey Stinger Bars, 3 Waffles, a bag of Stinger Chews, 2 L of Skatch Lab Matcha and Lemons drink mix, 1 L of coke, and a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich. As well as an entire 14” pizza and a Fat Tire ale after the race.last_img read more