University of Minnesota

Name: Janeal Thydean

Email Address:

Date: 1/3/2018

Name of Employer/Institution: University of Minnesota Health - Heart Care

Department: Cardiovascular Division at the University of Minnesota

Contact Person: Lynne Peterson

Email Address:

Address: 2450 Riverside Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55454 United States

Phone: (612) 672-2285



Date of Availablity: 1/1/2018

Application Deadline: 3/31/2018

Duration (if applicable):

Salary: Competitive compensation and a robust benefit package to include generous retirement and relocation.

Job Requirements: Graduate of an accredited ACGME cardiology fellowship training program and Board Certified/Board Prepared with the American Board of Medical Specialties or American Osteopathic Association. Licensed or ability to obtain Minnesota Board of Medical Practice Licensure and ability to obtain and /or maintain DEA certification for the State of Minnesota. Meet threshold criteria/qualifications for Credentialing and Privileges. 

Candidates should have experience in supporting medicine post-graduate fellowship training. Candidates should be recognized for provision of clinical excellence, a publication track record of successful research and experience and knowledge in grant submissions for external funding. Required areas of expertise include general clinical cardiology and advanced training and expertise in electrophysiology and must have the ability to receive work authorization in the United States from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and maintain legal status according to the requirements of VISA category while in the United States.

Job Description: The University of Minnesota Cardiology Division is now recruiting an Electrophysiology Section and program leader in the Academic track with the area of emphasis in clinical care, to expand this mission as leader of the Electrophysiology Section/Program and member of the Electrophysiology Section/Program.

The Cardiovascular Division at the University of Minnesota has a growing regional and national reputation in advanced heart failure based on clinical care and research. 

Work closely with Cardiovascular Division and LHI leadership to expand the University’s clinical and academic missions.

Position will be based on 80% clinical and 20% protected research effort. 

Clinical efforts will include electrophysiology lab interventions, hospital service and University clinics.