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The Department of Anaesthesia, Intensive Care Medicine and Pain
Therapy with over 100 members of clinical staff provides approximately
30.000 anaesthetics procedures per year in the University Hospital. All
aspects of anaesthesia including Emergency Medicine, Pain Therapy
and Intensive Care Medicine are covered in close collaboration with
surgical disciplines and diagnostic facilities.
The applicant is representing the field of Anaesthesia, Critical Care
Medicine & Emergency Medicine in the Hospital, Research & Teaching.
Clinical duties involve participation in the »on call« rota and having an
important position in the day-day work of the Department. The W2
Professorship comes along with adequate infrastructure regarding staff
posts and consumables.
Applicants must have obtained a doctoral degree and have received
specialist training in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine.
Furthermore, the applicant needs a track record of clinical leadership
in the areas of budget, personnel, quality management and care of
operative intensive care patients.
The applicant must be scientific group leader with a track record of
successful peer-review grants as well as PI in clinical trials phase II to
Prerequisites for the application are a university degree, a strong
teaching ability, a doctorate as well as a "Habilitation" (post-doctoral
lecturing qualification) or proven comparable scientific achievements
which may be obtained as a junior professor or outside the field of
The Department is inviting applications from candidates with an
outstanding track record in research in the field of cardiovascular
medicine and a distinguished profile in innovative trials such as
ischemia-reperfusion and patient safety. The successful candidate will
be required to promote and facilitate clinical development and research,
as well as forging collaborative links with existing research activities.
Candidates should have the potential to obtain independent funding
for their research initiatives and are expected to contribute to the
student teaching program of the Medical Faculty.
The designated salary for the position will be based on "W2" of the
German university scale or equivalent. Goethe-University is committed
to increasing the proportion of female scientific staff and therefore
particularly encourages women to apply. For further information
regarding the general conditions for professorial appointments, please
Qualified academics with proven exceptional research and teaching
accomplishments as well as internationally visible research
achievements are invited to submit their application according to the
guidelines of the Faculty of Medicine at Goethe-University within four
weeks after publication of this advertisement to: Dean of the Medical
Faculty, Goethe-University, Theodor-Stern-Kai 7, 60590 Frankfurt
am Main or via e-mail (in a single PDF) to:
Bewerbungen-Professur3@kgu.de. Deadline: 2017-06-09
For application guidelines, please see:
for Anaesthesia and Critical Care Medicine
http://www.uni-frankfurt.de/60005087/berufungen Further information can be obtained from the director of the Department Professor Kai Zacharowski, MD PhD FRCA.