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Explore open positions with the Yale Program in Addiction Medicine below. To learn more about working at Yale University, please visit It’s Your Yale.

Faculty Appointments

Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine

The Yale School of Medicine invites applications for a full-time faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor. An MD or other doctoral degree by the start of appointment, and post-doctoral research experience is required, as well as evidence of potential for a scholarly career that will include publications and successful grant writing. For physicians, Board Certification or Eligibility in Addiction Medicine is encouraged. The successful candidates will be part of the Yale Program in Addiction Medicine situated in the Department of Internal Medicine’s Section of General Internal Medicine. They will be expected to work collaboratively across various departments and graduate schools at Yale and have or develop an externally funded research program leading to top tier peer-reviewed publications. Successful physician candidates will be expected to provide general medical care on the hospital wards, primary care centers and/or specialty care on the inpatient Yale Addiction Medicine Consult Service and primary care centers.

Instructor, Yale Addiction Medicine Consult Service

The Yale School of Medicine is seeking a full-time faculty member at the rank of Instructor in the Department of Internal Medicine, Program in Addiction Medicine and the Section of General Internal Medicine. This individual will be considered Core faculty in the Program in Addiction Medicine with primary responsibilities on the inpatient Yale Addiction Medicine Consult Service. The individual should be passionate about hospital-based Addiction Medicine and medical education. The successful candidate will provide direct clinical care for patients with substance use disorders primarily in the inpatient setting and participate in activities related to addiction medicine education at the undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education levels.

Research, Managerial & Professional Staff

Project Director, Infectious Diseases

Dr. Sandra Springer and team are hiring a Project Director (PD) who will be responsible for overall management of an NIH-funded grant that involves providing mobile integrated treatment for infectious diseases and substance use disorders with a focus on those with justice experience. The PD will be responsible for study design and implementation in conjunction with the Principal Investigator; overseeing the activities of research staff; and managing all regulatory requirements. Other duties will include liaising with project partners, planning project meetings, assisting with data collection and management, manuscript preparation, and other duties as assigned.