Assistant, Associate or Full Professor of Medicine


University of Central Florida, College of Medicine


Orlando, Florida


Please contact Brittany Hofmann,, with questions about the position.


The university seeks an assistant, associate, or full professor of medicine faculty member for a fully funded, tenure-track position. The professor will render care as a practicing clinical geriatrician in UCF-Health clinics two days a week, and for the remaining time pursue scholarly effort aligned with the goals of the school's Disability, Aging and Technology (DAT) cluster and in collaboration with the cluster’s interdisciplinary faculty. This physician researcher will be an active investigator with the expectation of recurring external funding, peer-reviewed publications and impact that will achieve national recognition. The successful candidate is expected to strengthen both the cluster and the tenure home department of Internal Medicine, and will be encouraged to seek joint appointments with other units. This individual is expected to work collaboratively in clinical and scholarly efforts with other geriatrics faculty in the department of Internal Medicine and colleagues at the extensive geriatrics facilities in the nearby Veterans Administration Medical Center.

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 Position Minimum Qualifications:

  1. An M.D. degree (or equivalent) from an accredited medical school, qualified for physician licensure in the state of Florida.
  2. Current American Board certification in internal medicine, family medicine, or neurology.
  3. A track record of peer-reviewed publications in the scope of the DAT cluster.
  4. Ongoing external funding (NIH or equivalent) in the role of principal investigator.
  5. Current or recent clinical care to older adult patients including at least one year of experience in busy outpatient clinic caring for geriatric patients.

To be eligible for appointment as a tenured associate professor of medicine or professor of medicine upon hire, the successful candidate must have a demonstrated record of scholarly achievement, teaching experience and service commensurate with rank.


  1. The preferred candidate for this position will have extramural grants early in the years of the funding interval, including one or more NIH RO1 or equivalent grants.
  2. A track record of consistent recurring external (NIH RO1 grants, or equivalent) funding.
  3. Demonstration of prior collaborations with one or more disciplines represented in the DAT cluster.
  4. For a non-neurology candidate, completion of a geriatric medicine clinical fellowship or current certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine in Geriatric Medicine.