Gastroenterology - Clinical Faculty
Faculty/Clinical Faculty | Rush University Medical Center – Chicago | Gastroenterology

The Department of Internal Medicine at Rush University Medical Center is seeking Gastroenterology Clinical Faculty to join its team. We are looking for applicants at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank. Academic appointments will be in the College of Medicine of Rush University. An interest in inflammatory bowel disease, motility/functional bowel disease, GI oncology and celiac diseases/other immune mediated GI disease is desirable. We are also looking for applicants skilled in advanced therapeutics to complement our current group of two attendings in our interventional endoscopy unit.  Our group is complimented by multiple other lab personnel/study coordinators and has a strong presence in the field of nutrition. We collaborate closely, both clinically and in research, with other groups at the medical center, including: allergy/immunology, where we have established a novel GI/adverse reactions to food clinic, colorectal surgery and oncology, with whom we support a comprehensive clinic for gastrointestinal cancers, bariatric surgery, ENT, pathology, and neurology. We have particular expertise in inflammatory bowel disease, GI Oncology, functional bowel disease, celiac disease, chronobiology and motility.

Rush GI has consistently been recognized as a top program across the nation. We accept 3 fellows in training per year and also have an advanced therapeutic training program that accepts one 4th year fellow per year. Currently we cover two hospitals in our system (Rush University Medical Center and Rush Oak Park Hospital). There are also several free-standing clinical sites with plans to expand our “footprint” with continued future development, including South Loop and Oak Brook. Finally, we have recently initiated an Institute for Inflammation, Microbiome and Chronobiology.  This is an exciting time at Rush GI and we would like to recruit colleagues that will share our academic vision and enthusiasm. Rush is an equal opportunity employer.


Rush University Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or Protected Veteran status.


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