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first_imgRankAssistant Professor Tenure StatusNon-Tenure Eligible Required Qualifications Position TypeTeaching and Research Faculty Position Responsibilities Posting DetailsEmployees hired into Administrative and Professional positionsposted on or after July 1, 2017, will be governed by and, ifemployed on July 1, 2018 will move into the new University HumanResources System. For additional information, go tohttp://greatplace.vcu.edu. Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Directly admit and care for patients on the Orthopaedic Foot andAnkle Service; improve quality and efficiency of foot and ankleservice at VCU Health System; provide high-quality Orthopaedicconsults; develop Orthopaedic faculty with interest in newtechnologies, clinical research and teaching; mentor residents andfellows; work within the hospital system and with other departmentsto further the efficient throughput of admitted Orthopaedicpatients. Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsCurriculum Vitae (CV)Optional DocumentsCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationReference Letter – 1Reference Letter – 2Reference Letter – 3 MD degree and ABOS eligibility or certification in OrthopaedicSurgery; must have successfully completed an accredited fellowshipprogram in Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgery; a record ofscholarly publication in peer review journals; direct experiencemanaging complex traumas; competence in standard inpatientprocedures; a solid understanding of the trauma surgeon’s role andfunction, and an interest in teaching and growth in an academicsetting; demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diversefaculty, staff and student environment or commitment to do so as afaculty member at VCU . 1)Teaching: Staff inpatient housestaff teaching service withlearners including medical students, interns and residents; usecontemporary adult learning methods to promote evidence-basedpractice; demonstrate effective teaching skills and continuallydevelop as a teacher for learners at all levels; complete requiredevaluations of learners in a timely manner.2)Research: Participate in clinical and administrative research,according to skills, interest, and funding; research opportunitiesmay include performance improvement initiatives or formalextramurally funded investigations; participation may be asprinciple investigator or co-investigator; maintain a level ofscholarship in Orthopaedic Surgery consistent with academicrank.3)Service: Work with institutional staff and administration toattain the strategic objectives of VCU Health System, includingpatient safety, patient and other customer satisfaction,maintenance and enhancement of public perception, and fiscalhealth.4)Clinical: Admit and manage patients who present through the footand ankle service, co-management of patients on other services,triage medicine patients requiring admission in the EmergencyDepartment and non-medical services and non- VCU hospitals; joincolleagues in assuring coverage 24-hours a day, every day of theyear; comply in a timely manner with all institutional policies forprofessional work including credentialing, documentation, billing;work effectively with other members of the extendedinter-professional team.5)Other (for instance administrative duties, etc.): Ensurecompliance with all regulatory and regulatory reimbursementrequirements. Mission or Goal of Unit * If you selected ‘Other’ for your referral source pleaseindicate where you heard about this posting. (If you did not select’Other,’ please enter ‘n/a.’)(Open Ended Question)* Are you Board Certified or Board Eligible in OrthopaedicSurgery?YesNo Chief purpose of this position in support of above mission orgoal Application Process/Additional Information School/UnitSchool of Medicine Number of Months12 Demonstrated ability to work as a member of a team, providingeffective communication, both verbal and written, and an interestin furthering the research, scholarly and academic missions of thegroup. Posted Salary Position NumberF54280 Quick Linkhttps://www.vcujobs.com/postings/58444 Is this employee on a H1B Visa? Diversity Statement Information Application Deadline Date Proposed Hire Date06/01/2017 Type of Search DepartmentOrthopaedic Surgery * How did you find out about this position?Alumni association magazineChronicle of Higher EducationCommunity eventEmail notificationHERC (Higher Ed Recruitment Consortium)Higher education publicationInternal RecruiterJob fairJob site (e.g. Monster.com)ListservNewspaperProfessional association/journalReferred by person/employeeSearch firm notificationVCU vacancy listing – eJobsOther Working TitleAssistant Professor Interested applicants should apply online athttps://www.vcujobs.com. For additional information, please contactKevin O’Keefe, Administrator, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery,VCU Medical Center, P.O. Box 980153, Richmond, VA 23298. Email:[email protected] Grant funded position?No Date Posted12/13/2016 Open Until FilledYes Excellent, evidence-based, efficient patient care; thorough andresponsive consultation in Orthopaedic Surgery; effectivesupervision, teaching and mentoring of Orthopaedic housestaff andstudents; streamlined throughput process for admitted Orthopaedicpatients across the Health System. Preferred Qualificationslast_img read more


first_imgMost students are so preoccupied enough with classes, schoolwork and extracurriculars that they cannot escape their immediate surroundings. However, for Brian Greene, his work places him in the cosmic realm on a daily basis, transcending the world, the galaxy and even the universe. Greene, a professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia and a leading expert on string theory, delivered a lecture Tuesday titled “The Fabric of the Cosmos” at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center. Greene has published three books written for a non-scientific audience, which he drew material from for Tuesday’s lecture. Greene cited Einstein’s theory of general relativity as the foundation of today’s work in the cosmic arena. Using the analogy of a rubber sheet, Greene explained general relativity in terms of the physical observations gleaned from gravity. He said warps created by an object with mass, such as a bowling ball, parallel those in space and time itself, creating the gravitational force we know. “Imagine space and all around us, envisioning an astronomical body like the sun warping the fabric of space just by virtue of its presence in it, changing the trajectory of objects around it,” he said. “The moon is kept in orbit because in a sense, it’s rolling along a valley in the curved environment [in the rubber sheet] that the earth creates. This means that at the deepest levels of our understanding of the cosmos, space and time are vital participants, not just the stage on which events take place.” According to this theory, Greene said black holes are warps so steep, not even light can escape. He said in effect they are masses so compact they create nearly vertical vortexes.  “One very specific puzzle that black holes have raised is the question of what happens if I take an object and throw it into a black hole,” Greene said. “One of the very basic principles of physics is that the data in any object, everything from its appearance to the distribution of the molecules and atoms that make it up, cannot fundamentally be lost. If a black hole were to actually eat information and it was permanently gone from the universe, it would violate this law and ultimately wreak havoc on our fundamental equations of quantum mechanics.” The widely accepted solution to this problem has fantastic implications for the conventional understanding of our very existence, Greene said. “We now believe that when an object crosses the edge of a black hole and falls in, the information it contains gets ‘smeared out’ over the surface of the black hole and that the bits of information on the surface are in principle retrievable,” he said. “The two-dimensional version of the object that is smeared out on the surface has a three-dimensional counterpart inside the space of the black hole.” Because the spatial environment within a black hole is governed by the same laws of three-dimensional space, Greene said it is probable the environment we inhabit can also be described by two-dimensional information at the very edge of the observable universe. He compared this to a holograph.  “Not only do objects in a black hole have a holographic description, but so do we in the two-dimensional surface surrounding the universe,” Greene said. “A sort of binary code can contain a fundamental description of everything we see, so everything we perceive is, in some sense, just an illusion.” Continuing his examination of the expansion of space, Greene addressed the always-transient nature of our observational capacity and the effect this may have on future discovery. He said the increasing expansion speed of the universe means one day the other galaxies will be beyond our observational capacity. “Now, we can examine faint pinpoints of starlight from distant galaxies, but in the future those galaxies will be rushing away faster than the speed of light,” Greene said. “This means we won’t be able to see them because they’ll be going faster than light can show us.” Greene said he sees this as a source of urgency in physics today. “We are living in a remarkable era when answers are in reach, which may not always be the case,” he said. “Sometimes, nature guards her secrets with the unbreakable grip of physical law, but sometimes the true nature of reality beckons to us from beyond the horizon.” The most important thing this generation’s scientists can do is retain their childlike wonder, Greene said. “It’s so important not to lose what you already have; we all begin life as little scientists smashing things together to figure things out,” he said. “A successful scientist goes into the unknown not afraid of being right or wrong, but giving it an uninhibited shot. The great scientists are the ones who don’t lose their childlike wonder and willingness to explore.”last_img read more

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