The Assistant Professor will perform educational, clinical, research and administrative duties. Co-direct residency rotation, the Developmental Pediatrics PULSE Resident Simulation Training Program, supervise LEND grant trainees and deliver recurring and other invited lectures for medical students & pediatrics residents/fellows.
Conduct diagnostic interviews, medical assessment and treatment, medication management, leadership; coordinate multi-disciplinary team assessments; provide counseling and education to families, and consultation for other medical providers; manage children with failure to thrive, nutritional deficiencies, gastrostomy tubes, feeding difficulties, dysphagia, known genetic syndromes, hypotonia, cerebral palsy, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delay, Intellectual disability, sleep disturbances, and challenge behaviors among others. Generate research projects; participate in collaborative research initiatives and publish original peer-reviewed scholarly work. Act as Subject Matter Expert for the Developmental Pediatrics Section for the current electronic health record system of Arkansas Children's Hospital.
Must have MD or foreign equivalent. Must have completed 3-year General Pediatrics Residency and 3-year subspecialty fellowship in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Must be Board Certified in Pediatrics and Subspecialty Board Certified in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Must have Arkansas State Medical license. Certificate in Translational Research is a plus.