The Division of Child Neurology at Weill Cornell Medicine is seeking a full-time pediatric neurology physician for a faculty position in the Division to expand our busy and growing pediatric neurology program. This position will include clinical responsibilities at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in Manhattan, New York City.
The Division of Child Neurology at Weill Cornell Medicine is seeking a full-time pediatric epilepsy physician for a faculty position in the Division to expand our busy and growing pediatric epilepsy program, including video EEG monitoring and surgical epilepsy planning. This position will include clinical responsibilities at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in Manhattan, New York City.
The Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases of Weill Cornell Medicine is seeking to recruit a full-time physician at the Assistant or Associate Professor level to join our full-time faculty. Qualified candidates must be Board Certified/Board Eligible in Pediatric Infectious Disease, have a strong interest in the immunocompromised host population and general pediatric infectious diseases clinical care.
The Department of Pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM ) is seeking a Director of Pediatric Cardiac Catheterization for its Division of Pediatric Cardiology. The Department includes twelve (12) academic subspecialty divisions and 145 full-time faculty members. There are also 300 voluntary faculty members on the academic staff of the department.
Interested in exploring the role of adipose tissues in mucosal inflammation in a supportive, creative, and inclusive environment? We are looking for a team-oriented, collaborative, proactive postdoc to play an active role in growing our research program. You would lead your own project and work with other lab members to make the most out of our samples from gnotobiotic models and human tissues.
The Department of Pediatrics is committed to providing the highest quality of patient care and supporting excellence in research and education. To contribute to the advancement of medical science, we are fully committed to research and the development of new clinical and educational approaches to address healthcare challenges. Our goals for the next three years include:
The trajectory of human health is established in childhood and the costliest diseases of adulthood have their origins in early life. Yet, innovations in health specifically designed for children are infrequent and slow to be implemented, as demonstrated by the recent slow roll out of this century’s most impactful intervention, mRNA vaccines, to children.