Pediatric Plastic Surgeon

first_imgThe Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Division of PediatricPlastic Surgery in St. Petersburg, Florida seeks a BC/BE plasticsurgeon with fellowship training in pediatric plastic surgery whowill be a full-time faculty member in the Department of Plastic andReconstructive Surgery, Johns Hopkins University School ofMedicine. The professional opportunity would involve participationin multidisciplinary clinics, resident education, and research aswell as building a community practice in pediatric plastic surgeryin the metropolitan Tampa Bay region.Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is a 259-bed teachinghospital, ranked as a U.S. News & World Report BestChildren’s Hospital. We serve as the craniofacial/pediatric plasticsurgery rotation site for the University of South Florida plasticsurgery residency. We offer a competitive salary and benefitspackage including medical malpractice insurance (tail insurance),relocation assistance, paid vacation, paid time and expenses forCME, 403(B) retirement plan, pension plan, short and long-termdisability coverage and life insurance and health benefits.Interested individuals must be dedicated to academic plasticsurgery and expanding the scope of pediatric plastic surgeryavailable on the west coast of Florida. You will work within adynamic academic environment located in an expanding clinicalcampus in St. Petersburg within Johns Hopkins Medicine. There aremany opportunities and support to develop clinical, educational,and research interests. Applicants with interest in facialreanimation, peripheral nerve, pediatric microsurgery, migrainesurgery, hand surgery, transgender medicine, vascular anomalies,adolescent breast surgery, microtia, and other disciplines areencouraged to apply. Opportunities are available to care for adultpatients for transitional care and cosmetic surgery in addition toour pediatric practice.To confidentially learn more details, please contact:Sarah StephensAdministrative ManagerJohns Hopkins All Children’s [email protected] Johns Hopkins University is committed to equal opportunity forits faculty, staff, and students. To that end, the university doesnot discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, marital status,pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age,disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity orexpression, veteran status or other legally protectedcharacteristic. The university is committed to providing qualifiedindividuals access to all academic and employment programs,benefits and activities on the basis of demonstrated ability,performance and merit without regard to personal factors that areirrelevant to the program involved.The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to apre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office at [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply depending on whichcampus you will work. Your recruiter will adviseaccordingly.During the Influenza (“the flu”) season, as a condition ofemployment, The Johns Hopkins Institutions require all employeeswho provide ongoing services to patients or work in patient care orclinical care areas to have an annual influenza vaccination orpossess an approved medical or religious exception. Failure to meetthis requirement may result in termination of employment.The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas,laboratories, working with research subjects, or involvingcommunity contact requires documentation of immune status againstRubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella(chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received theTdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may includedocumentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicellavaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratorytesting. Blood tests for immunities to these diseases areordinarily included in the pre-employment physical exam except forthose employees who provide results of blood tests or immunizationdocumentation from their own health care providers. Anyvaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no costin our Occupational Health office.Equal Opportunity EmployerNote: Job Postings are updated daily and remain online untilfilled.EEO is the LawLearn more: legal information read more

Post-Doctoral Scientist – Dr. Damm’s laboratory

first_imgSpecial Instructions to Applicants Normal work hours Position NumberP00001 For more information, candidates should contact Dr. Erich Damm([email protected]). Candidates should submit their cover letteroutlining research interests, curriculum vitae and contactinformation for three academic references (contact informationonly, not letters) by clicking on the “Apply for This Job” linkabove or through Only applicationmaterials submitted through VCU Jobs will be considered. DepartmentBiology Additional Information Job CategoryResearch Recruitment PoolAll Applicants Quick Link Normal work days Resource CriticalNo Description of the Job CampusMonroe Park Campus Working TitlePost-Doctoral Scientist – Dr. Damm’s laboratory Open Until FilledYes Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).Optional & Required DocumentsRequired DocumentsCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationCurriculum Vitae (CV)Reference Letter – 1Reference Letter – 2Optional DocumentsOther Document Remove from posting on or before Is any portion of this position grant-funded?Yes – Continuation of this position depends on funding of thegrant.center_img Job Code/TitlePD – Post Doctoral Does this position provide patient or clinical services to theVCU Health System?No Candidates experienced in hematopoietic development, zebrafishgenetics and embryological approaches, zebrafish husbandry,transgenesis, confocal microscopy, transcriptomics, flow cytometryand fluorescence activated cell sorting ( FACS ) are stronglyencouraged to apply. Sensitive PositionNo Required Qualifications Candidates must have a PhD in a biological field with less than 4years of post-doctoral experience along with expertise in molecularbiology techniques and a record of publication. Organizational Overview A fully funded post-doctoral position is available in thelaboratory of Dr. Erich Damm in the Virginia CommonwealthUniversity ( VCU ) Department of Biology. The Damm lab is an NIHfunded laboratory that studies the molecular control ofhematopoietic stem cell development using the established zebrafishembryo model of developmental hematopoiesis. Our recent work(Nature Cell Biology, 19:457-467, 2017) has identified integrateddevelopment of the embryonic vasculature, hematopoietic system andthe sympathetic nervous system and we are particularly interestedin studying the molecular mechanisms governing these developmentalprocesses. We are seeking a friendly, enthusiastic and highlymotivated individual to join our group and conduct research relatedto this area of developmental biology.The VCU research environment is exceptional with strongcollaborations and state-of-the-art resources. Additionally, theCity of Richmond is a highly affordable city located in themid-Atlantic region, is rich and diverse in culture and is steepedin history. The city is home to many historic sites, museums, andart galleries, a particularly vibrant dining scene and boasts afamily friendly environment. Job Open Date10/05/2020 Position TypePost Doc At VCU, we Make it Real through learning, research, creativity,service and discovery — the hallmarks of the VCU experience. Apremier, urban, public research university nationally recognized asone of the best employers for diversity, VCU is a great place towork. It’s a place of opportunity, where your success is supportedand your career can thrive. VCU offers employees a generous leavepackage, career paths for advancement, competitive pay, and anopportunity to do mission-driven work. Posting Details Hours/WeekFull-time Anticipated Hiring Range$52,704 Preferred Qualifications Does this position require a pre-placement medicalassessment?Nolast_img read more

Physician-Emergency Department (Camden Clark Medical Center) -133

first_imgPhysician – Emergency Department (Camden Clark)WVU Medicine is looking for an ED Physician at our Camden ClarkMedical Center located in Parkersburg, WV. Enjoy the teamatmosphere of a 50,000 visit per year ED.Tertiary support from theWest Virginia University Health System. Practice communityemergency medicine, with the right people, for the rightreasons.The Department of Emergency Medicine has over 100 full-time membersacross diverse practice sites. There are additional careeropportunities for Emergency Medicine physicians looking for avariety of clinical experiences anchored by an academic affiliationto WVU’s School of Medicine.Qualified applicants must have an MD, MD/PhD or DO degree (theemployer accepts foreign educational equivalent) and be eligible toobtain an unrestricted West Virginia medical license. Candidatesmust have completed an accredited residency program and beboard-certified or board-eligible via a recognized board withinABMS.WVU Medicine is West Virginia University’s affiliated healthsystem, West Virginia’s largest private employer, and a nationalleader in patient safety and quality. The WVU Health System iscomprised of four affiliated hospitals and nine member hospitalsanchored by its flagship hospital, J.W Ruby Memorial Hospital inMorgantown, a 700+ bed academic medical center that offers tertiaryand quaternary care. WVU Medicine has more than 1,000 activemedical staff members and 18,000 employees who serve hundreds ofthousands of people each year from across the state of WestVirginia and the nation.Camden Clark Medical Center serves the Mid-Ohio Valley andsurrounding region through a 302-bed, not-for-profit, acute carefacility. We provide a broad range of services, offering the latestin medical technology and a highly trained staff. As thecommunity’s hospital for more than a century, Camden Clarkmaintains a leadership role as the region’s primary source foradvanced health care and wellness programs and has earnedaccreditation from The Joint Commission. The mission of CamdenClark Medical Center is to meet the healthcare needs of thecommunity for a lifetime.Build your legacy as you serve, teach, learn and make a differencefrom day one. To learn more, visit apply online at additional questions, please contact Payden Eckleberry, SeniorPhysician Recruiter, at [email protected] is an Equal Opportunity Employer/ProtectedVeterans/Individuals with Disabilities. Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals withDisabilities.Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided byOFCCP here .The contractor will not discharge or in any other mannerdiscriminate against employees or applicants because they haveinquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay ofanother employee or applicant. However, employees who have accessto the compensation information of other employees or applicants asa part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay ofother employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwisehave access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is(a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtheranceof an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including aninvestigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with thecontractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR60-1.35(c)last_img read more

24 Hour Plays

first_imgIt was always going to be interesting: six of Oxford’s finest young playwrights paired with six directors, randomly assigned to a group of actors and then given twenty-four hours to produce an original piece of theatre, all in the name of charity. The results were varied, both in content and quality. The majority clearly fell vitctim to a conflict between the grandiose ideas of the playwrights and the time constraints imposed by the exercise. The Gingerbread House in particular, while to be commended for its artistic vision, was dull and practically incomprehensible, and surprised everyone by abruptly finishing within ten minutes.The two most enjoyable plays, Alex Christofi’s The Reception and Cathy Thomas’ Who Needs Jesuits? kept it simple. The former centered around three slightly-inebriated bachelors slumped in a forgotten corner at a wedding reception, while Thomas’ delightfully irreverent production began as a stereotypical family breakfast that soon degenerated into bedlam. Both managed to be funny without seeming contrived and featured some excellent one-liners – but the highlight had to be an enthusiastic dance from Jack Farchy wearing nothing but a polka-dot mini dress. Also deserving special mention was Tom Campion’s touching play about the relationship between two cantankerous old men, roles which were played to perfection by Jonny Totman and Peter Clapp. And, as one would expect from any self-respecting playwright hailing from Wadham, there was of course a gratuitous and completely unnecessary reference to Nelson Mandela.While, conceptually, the idea of the 24 Hour Plays pulled all the right strings, in that it tested the creative skill of the playwrights and the initiative of the actors, the productions were, by and large, over-complex and over-ambitious, and as a result unpolished and unclear. In many of the plays the audience was left confused and frustrated, and dare I say it, wishing they had spent the last two hours watching re-runs of The OC. Ultimately, in a production with such unique time constraints as this, simplicity would have been preferable as opposed to trying to make artistic statements at the expense of coherence and clarity.Sarah DaviesDir. VariousKeble O’Reillylast_img read more

Chilli spiciness measured

first_imgThe present procedure for measuring the hotness of chillies in the food industry, using subjective taste testers, is considered far less reliable. Oxford University scientists have devised a new way of measuring the hotness of chillies. The process, which works by measuring the level of capsaicinoids (the source of the chilli’s hotness) in the chilli sauce, is called Adsorptive Stripping Voltammetry (ASV).center_img This new method can precisely determine the level of hotness more speedily and cheaply than ever before.last_img read more

Jaffaholic wins OxPrentice ice cream competition

first_img“We could literally go to the same places that they’d sourced the products giving us the prices, everything we needed to know, so it made it very straightforward for us to then go out and make their flavour as they wanted it to appear.”Hayato Maedo, OxPrentice director, commented, “I’m delighted with the event. We managed to hold a really cool event, the companies were pleased with the outcome, the feedback from the participants was (I think) the best we’ve ever had (averaging in the region of 9 out of 10) and what’s more, one of the winning teams managed to get onto BBC Oxford radio to talk about their flavour.”Corcoran added, “We were very impressed with the quality of the flavour ideas they came up with and they were quite diverse. Both of the two finalists flavours were fantastic and we promised that we would repeat the winning flavour throughout the course of the year anyway but in actual fact I would be very keen to produce both of the flavours and they will probably be a flavour on and off throughout the year and probably for a few years to come as well.”Other entrants included Super G, an energy ice cream which was targeted at sports teams and gym enthusiasts, and Banoffee Crunch and Nostalgic Nana, an ice cream based on the banana flavoured sweets from the 1980s.The panel of experts was made up of managers from G&D’s, the marketing firm Purple Frog, and a marketing representative from Nestle.Jordan Poulton, President of the Oxford Entrepreneurs, explained the motivation behindthe competition, “We want to help people learn business skills by testing themselves in a risk-free environment. They don’t have to invest any money, only some time, and they get the chance to prove their abilities in real life entrepreneurial scenarios. We have a number of events lined up for the year, and we also have an iPhone App under development at the moment from the previous OxPrentice challenge.” Enterprising students have been putting their skills to the test in an ice cream selling competition.As part of the Oxford Entrepreneurs’ “OxPrentice” series, competitors in the G&D’s Challenge were asked to come up with a flavour of ice cream and pitch it to a panel of experts. At the end of 6th week, the best two flavours were made, and the ice cream that sold the most was declared the winner.The two teams went head to head with flavours “Jaffaholic”, made of jaffa cake chunks soaked in cointreau, and a festive ice cream which contained chunks of gingerbread and white chocolate.Thirteen tubs of each ice cream were produced and distributed to the three G&D’s shops around Oxford. The ice cream went on sale at noon on Friday of 6th, and the winner was the flavour which sold out first, or which had sold the most by midnight on Monday. Both teams were given a budget of £200 for ingredients and £100 for marketing.The winning flavour was Jaffaholic, which triumphed by a margin of just half a tub.Ushma Soneji, Hertford College, from the Jaffaholic team said, “We came up with the idea because we wanted something that hadn’t been done before, but would work well with the other flavours available at G&D’s so it could realistically become a long term regular flavour.”Suzanne Winder, a Hertford graduate, and also on the winning team said, “We had the brainstorming on Wednesday when the idea was chosen, the ice cream was made on Thursday while we got our strategy together (fitted around work), it went on sale Friday lunchtime and I spent most of Friday, Saturday and Sunday entirely focussed on telling everyone about my flavour and letting them taste it. We weren’t really warned about how quick the challenge would be, we just had to get on with it.”Tom Corcoran, manager of the St. Aldate’s G&D’s, said, “One of the things we were looking for in the competition was that they had to be able to source local ingredients. It was partly because that’s what we prefer to do wherever possible, but also it ensures for us that if the competition was running on Wednesday, as it was, we could guarantee that we could have the ice cream on sale on Friday.last_img read more

Oxford grads crack ‘impossible’ code over dinner

first_imgTwo Oxford graduate students solved a so-called “impossible” puzzle – while enjoying their dinner at a popular Oxford eatery.Freshly refurbished Japanese chain-restaurant Wagamama challenged customers to solve a complicated cipher written on its window, in honour of Albert Einstein’s birthday last month.Oxford students Klaudia Krawiecka and Vojtech Havlicek solved it in one night over some teriyaki chicken.The puzzle required the students to decode a sequence of numbers into letters of the alphabet, then into three words related to Wagamama.Krawiecka, a first-year graduate studying cybersecurity at Keble, told the Oxford Mail: “We were having dinner at Wagamama when we found out about the competition.“We had some spare time while waiting for the food and decided to give it a shot as we both enjoy solving puzzles.”Kraweicka and Havlicek, who is pursuing a DPhil in quantum computing at Keble, were undaunted, with Havlicek saying that solving puzzles is the pair’s “daily bread.”“We solve riddles on a daily basis in both personal and professional lives.”First, they employed frequency analysis, an information security technique involving analyzing how often certain letters or numbers crop up in a cipher.Krawiecka told Cherwell they “initially assumed that the most popular numbers in the sequence would denote the most common letters in the English alphabet.”This led to a dead end, however, as the sequence was too short to apply the technique.However, they then decided to break down the numbers into their constituent prime numbers. After that move, they noticed that each of the numbers in the puzzle was made up of a distinct set of prime numbers, prompting them to translate them into binary.From there, they went to the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) table, a standardized table for encoding information, and checked which binary numbers corresponded to which letters.The puzzle’s answer was ‘Wagamama Ramen Teppanyaki’.Wagamama rewarded the pair’s efforts with a £500 voucher to its restaurants. Havlicek said: “We will be well fed for a while!”last_img read more

Oxford Homeless Project celebrates four years

first_imgThe Oxford Homeless Project celebrated its fourth anniversary on Monday (November 11) at the Asian Cultural Centre in Cowley. Sabir founded the enterprise in 2015 after her experience serving dishes to the homeless during Ramadan. Sabir and and her friends gathered at Gloucester Green in the evening when breaking their daily fast, inviting homeless people from across the city to celebrate Iftar. Following this, Sabir was inspired to do even more to help those without a roof over their heads, and decided to gather a group of volunteers to create a long-term project. Since its formation, the project has served home-cooked meals to the homeless every two weeks. The project continues to be run by volunteers and has now amassed more than four thousand likes on its Facebook page. Discussing the future of homelessness activism in the city in a statement ahead of their anniversary, the project said: “Whilst we still feel worried about our friends we do however feel things will be better for our rough sleepers this year. We do feel Oxford City Council have made some exceptional progress in tackling and addressing homelessness in Oxford.” Sabir told Cherwell: “It’s always very humbling to know the city of Oxford has no shortage of care or compassion. Whilst such a service shouldn’t be needed we believe it’s important for our guests to know they’re not alone and the community does care.” The event was also attended by Lord Mayor of Oxford, Craig Simmons, as well as Labour and Cooperative politician Anneliese Dodds, who has served as the MPfor Oxford East since the 2017 election. Sabir added: “We are here not only to give rough sleepers a hot meal; anyone in need is welcome to a community style lunch. We want to ensure going forward that people always have a place they can eat and feel welcome.” The Muslim community project, led by Shabnam Sabir and Tayyaba Hameed, is dedicated to providing fortnightly meals for the homeless, as well as other necessities such as sleeping bags, clothing, tents, and haircuts. Food donated by the community is served every other Monday lunchtime at the Asian Cultural Centre. Over a hundred people attended the anniversary lunch, from families and residents to college and university students. Children from St. Francis Primary School helped to decorate tables and creating posters with messages of solidarity for the event, while a group of pupils gave a choir performance. Students from EMBS Community College also got involved, cooking, serving and setting up, with volunteers also sharing pizza round at the event.last_img read more


first_imgLos Angeles, CA, West Conshohocken, PA, – Oct 1, 2019 — AEG Facilities, LLC (“AEG Facilities”), the venue management affiliate of Anschutz Entertainment Group, Inc. (“AEG”), and SMG, a portfolio company of Onex (TSX: ONEX) and its affiliated funds, today announced they completed their business combination to create a new, standalone global facility management and venue services company, ASM Global (“ASM”).ASM is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, with key operations based in West Conshohocken, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia. The company also has corporate offices in London, England; Manchester, England; Brisbane, Australia; and Sao Paulo, Brazil. ASM operates a diversified portfolio of arenas, stadiums, convention and exhibition centers, performing arts centers, theaters and other venues with more than 300 facilities across five continents.Bob Newman, former President of AEG Facilities, has been named President and CEO of ASM, effective immediately. Prior to joining AEG Facilities, Mr. Newman spent more than 20 years at SMG, last serving as a regional Vice President for the company. Wes Westley, former CEO and President of SMG, will focus his efforts on key strategic growth initiatives and ensuring a seamless integration.Bob Newman, President and CEO of ASM, said, “This marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in our industry and one that will establish a new standard of excellence in managing live experiences. Bringing together the combined global expertise of each company with the best content and cutting-edge technologies, we will be able to realize the full potential of the world’s greatest spaces, places and events, create amazing experiences for guests, offer exciting new opportunities to employees and deliver the highest value for all stakeholders. Equally important, our deep bench of talent and shared resources will enable ASM to accelerate innovation and capitalize on the growing market opportunities.”Wes Westley added, “I am very proud to have had the opportunity to lead such an incredible organization as SMG. We have a long history of working closely with our public and private partners and are confident in our ability to continue to meet and exceed their expectations. ASM’s focus moving forward will be on providing added value and best-in-class services to its customers. We are well-prepared for a seamless integration process.”Onex, AEG and their respective affiliates are contributing their entire equity investments in SMG and AEG Facilities, respectively, into the combined business and are now equal co-owners of ASM.About ASM Global ASM Global is the world’s leading venue management and services company. The company was formed by the combination of AEG Facilities and SMG, global leaders in venue and event strategy and management. The company’s elite venue network spans five continents, with a portfolio of more than 300 of the world’s most prestigious arenas, stadiums, convention and exhibition centers, and performing arts venues. From Aberdeen to Anchorage, and Sydney to Stockholm, its venues connect people through the unique power of live experiences.ASM Global’s diverse portfolio of clients benefit from the company’s depth of resources and unparalleled experience, expertise and creative problem-solving. Each day, the company’s 61,000 passionate employees around the world delivers locally tailored solutions and cutting-edge technologies to deliver maximum results for venue owners, and operations, and amazing experiences for guests. By consistently looking for new ways to envision, innovate and empower the spaces and places that bring people together, ASM Global elevates the human spirit while delivering the highest value for all stakeholders. For more information, please visit LinkEmailSharelast_img read more