The University of Pittsburgh’s Section of Palliative Care and Medical Ethics and Palliative Research Center (PaRC) are seeking a faculty investigator (MD or PhD) to join a growing group of palliative care researchers within a large and vibrant Division of General Internal Medicine. Successful applicants will have PhD and/or fellowship training in health services research and a successful track record of publications and grant funding in priority palliative care research topics, such as pain and symptom management, communication and decision making, and models of health care delivery for patients with serious illness. The University of Pittsburgh houses premier research training and development programs, including a multidisciplinary clinical research scholars program. Clinical opportunities exist in both general internal medicine and palliative care, and in both hospital and ambulatory settings. The academic rank will be assistant or associate professor in the tenure stream, with salary and appointment commensurate with qualifications. Must be able to work cooperatively with a diverse group of professionals. To apply, send a letter of interest and CV to Section Chief Dr. Robert Arnold at email@example.com.