Gastroenterologist - Celiac Disease

Mayo Clinic
Jacksonville, Florida
Jun 21, 2024
Sep 14, 2024
Contract Type
Full Time
Gastroenterologist - Celiac Disease

Jacksonville, FL

Mayo Clinic Florida is seeking a highly motivated and skilled physician/clinical investigator to join our team to lead a celiac disease clinical and research program. This position offers a unique opportunity to contribute to patient care, research, and education in the field of celiac disease and intestinal immunology. As a physician at Mayo Clinic, you will work in a collaborative and innovative environment, providing exceptional care to patients while advancing the understanding and treatment of celiac disease, intestinal immunology and nutrition. Start-up and ongoing core funds and protected time are available to support research activities.


Clinical Assessment and Management:

* Evaluate and manage patients with celiac disease.

* Provide evidence-based, patient-centered care, considering the unique needs of each individual.

* Collaborate with gastroenterologists, surgeons, nutritionists, immunologists and other specialists to optimize patient outcomes.

Clinical Research:

* Submit for intra and extramural research grants in celiac disease

* Engage in clinical research related to celiac, including participation in clinical trials and observational studies. Partner with biomedical research collaborators to advance knowledge of autoimmune diseases at that affect intestinal epithlium.

* Contribute to the development of new treatment strategies and protocols.

* Publish research findings in peer-reviewed journals and present at conferences.

Education and Mentorship:

* Educate medical students, residents, and fellows on celiac disease management.

* Serve as a mentor to trainees interested in gastroenterology and celiac disease.

Multidisciplinary Collaboration:

* Work closely with nursing staff, social workers, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive care.

* Collaborate with colleagues across specialties to enhance patient outcomes.