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Careers in Rheumatic Diseases

The Division of Rheumatic Diseases provides clinical subspecialty rheumatology care for patients at Parkland Memorial Hospital, Clements University Hospital, and the North Texas VA Medical Center and affiliated outpatient clinics. Its scientists and researchers are also involved not only in understanding why rheumatic diseases occur, but also in designing and testing new therapies. And its fellowship training program produces academic physicians of exceptional caliber. These clinical, research, and educational activities require the highest level of administrative and professional support. To explore open positions and career opportunities in the Division of Rheumatic Diseases, click the relevant link below.

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Faculty and Physicians

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Research and Laboratory

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Administrative and Clerical

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