Cullen Endowed Professorship in Medical Ethics
The Baylor College of Medicine Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy seeks a distinguished scholar to fill the Cullen Endowed Professorship in Medical Ethics and join us as a new colleague. The recipient of this new endowed professorship will have the opportunity to play a leading role in strengthening the center’s programs in ethics teaching, clinical ethics consultation, and bioethics research.
See details on the Cullen Professorship in Medical Ethics and how to apply.
Health Policy Opening
The Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy is growing its program in health policy to create a more cohesive health policy forum for the Baylor College of Medicine community. As a result of our program’s growth, the center is hiring the following position:
Associate Director of Health Policy: This distinguished scholar will lead the center’s program in health policy and participate in the center’s educational and research activities. Read more about the Associate Director of Health Policy position and how to apply.
Clinical Ethics Openings
The Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy is rapidly expanding its clinical ethics program, with consultation services at adult, pediatric, private, and public hospital systems in the Texas Medical Center. As a result of the program’s growth, the center is hiring four new clinical ethics positions (advertisements for three of these positions are attached):
Assistant or Associate Professor, Clinical Ethics: A faculty member who will conduct clinical ethics consultations, contribute to the center’s multidisciplinary education program, and conduct high quality research and scholarship.
Clinical Ethicist: This position is reserved for someone with a terminal degree or master’s degree in a field related to bioethics to conduct ethics consultations independently for high-volume clinical ethics consultations services.
Clinical Director, Clinical Ethics Consultation Service at Texas Children’s Hospital: The center has recently partnered with Texas Children’s Hospital, one of the nation’s top children’s hospitals, to create a more enhanced clinical ethics consultation service and is looking for a clinical director to lead this new service.
Due to the multiple open clinical ethics positions, applicants may be considered for more than one position based on qualifications. Please see attached job descriptions for more information on the positions and application instructions.
Administrative Staff Opening
The Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine is seeking a full-time Administrative Coordinator responsible for providing the day-to-day administrative support for several center faculty members.