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Physician-Maternal Fetal Medicine – Berkeley Medical Center – 133

first_imgWest Virginia University is seeking Assistant (or Associate)Professor(s) in Maternal Fetal Medicine. Position is primarilyclinical; hours vary and include call. Positions will be based inBerkeley county. Job duties include: clinical time in outpatientclinic; inpatient rounding, deliveries and surgery, teachingmedical students and residents; and scholarly activities are highlyencouraged. Must have MD or DO degree and successfully completed aOB/GYN residency program. WV Medical License and DEA certificateare required by start date. Candidates should be BC/BE inOB/GYN.Our Eastern Panhandle location is little more than an hour fromWashington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD. A rural atmosphere and a lowercost of living mixed with the easy accessibility to the WashingtonDC / Baltimore areas make the Eastern Panhandle an ideal place inwhich to live. While our Berkeley County is among the fastestgrowing counties in the state, there is little congestion andtraffic. In recent years, a steady influx of urban professionalsfrom nearby Washington, DC and Baltimore, Maryland – havecontributed to the growth of local telecommuting and high-techindustries.Academic rank will be commensurate with experience. The positionwill remain open until filled. WVU offers a high competitive andcomprehensive recruitment package which includes occurrence basedmalpractice.Interested Candidates should send CV to:Tina R. Stover, MS, FASPRSystem Director of Physician Recruitment2000 Foundation Way, Suite 2310Martinsburg, WV 25401Office: 304-260-1425Fax: 304-260-1480Email: [email protected] is an AA/EO employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – andis the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity.last_img read more

Sunset Boulevard Star Michael Xavier Is Broadway.com’s Next Vlogger

first_img Sunset Boulevard Are you ready for your close-up? Broadway.com’s next vlog is bringing you right into Norma Desmond’s mansion. Mark your calendars for Let’s Have Lunch: Backstage at Sunset Boulevard with Michael Xavier, which starts on January 19.The vlog begins as Xavier and his co-stars, including Tony winner Glenn Close, approach their first performance at the Palace Theatre on February 2. Expect him to capture some backstage hijinks, the glitz and glam of opening night and all the fancy headwear.Two-time Olivier nominee Xavier reprises his performance as struggling screenwriter Joe Gillis from last year’s production with the English National Opera. His additional U.K. stage credits include Assassins, The Pajama Game, Love Story, Into the Woods and The Phantom of the Opera.Let’s Have Lunch will run every Thursday for eight weeks. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on June 25, 2017center_img View Comments Michael Xavier in ‘Sunset Boulevard'(Photo: Richard Hubert Smith)last_img read more

Van der Sar backs Rooney to stay

first_imgFormer Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar does not believe Wayne Rooney needs a change of scenery to get back to his best in front of goal. The 27-year-old striker has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford since it was revealed he had a transfer request rejected by the Barclays Premier League champions towards the end of the season. Van der Sar, who is now a marketing director with Ajax, feels Rooney could find a new lease of life under incoming United manager David Moyes. The Dutchman told BBC Radio 5 Live’s Sportsweek programme: “There has been so much pressure on him, you build him up and put all your money on him to make England world or European champions.” He added: “So it’s also quite easy to cut him down again. Players have indifferent seasons and maybe Wayne’s been overtaken by Robin van Persie this year but it’s the hard work that he puts in for the team (that should be recognised).” Rooney scored 12 league goals to summer signing Van Persie’s personal haul of 26 in the 2012-13 campaign. “It was maybe a lesser season (for Rooney) and he didn’t play the last couple of games but he’s really important for United,” Van der Sar added. “English players tend to stay in England to play their football and rightly so because you have big clubs, the tradition and the stadiums are always full. “With the change of manager and backroom staff it could be a big change for Manchester United but I don’t think you’ll find a better atmosphere at many other clubs.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more