Vascular Surgery Faculty

first_imgFACULTY POSITIONDEPARTMENT OF SURGERY, DIVISIONM OF VASCULAR SURGERYThe University of Maryland seeks candidates to join the full-timefaculty of the Division of Vascular Surgery at the rank ofInstructor, Assistant Professor or Associate Professor. Candidatesshould be board certified in vascular surgery or currently intraining in accredited vascular surgery residency programs.Responsibilities will include clinical care of vascular surgerypatients at multiple hospital sites, education of students,residents, and vascular surgery fellows. Candidates should have aclear plan for academic development and scholarly activity that isconsistent with the mission of the University of Maryland School ofMedicine. Opportunities for basic and clinical research areavailable for appropriate and interested candidates.The School of Medicine is located in downtown Baltimore, Maryland,near the famous Inner Harbor and Camden Yards. University ofMaryland School of Medicine offers a full package of benefits andis an Equal Opportunity Employer.Interested individuals should apply through following link https://umb.taleo.net/careersection/umb_faculty+and+post+docs/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en&portal=8100108441and send curriculum vitae and a brief statement of academic andclinical interests to:Rajabrata Sarkar, MD, Ph.D.Interim Chair, Department of SurgeryChief, Division of Vascular Surgery22 South Greene Street, Suite S10BUniversity of Maryland School of MedicineBaltimore, MD, [email protected] is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Allqualified applicants will receive consideration for employmentwithout regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race,color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteranstatus, age, or any other characteristic protected by law orpolicy.Further information about the Department of Surgery and UMSOM canbe obtained at the following websites:http://medschool.umaryland.edu/Qualifications :Board Certified in Vascular SurgeryTraining in accredited vascular surgery residency program.last_img read more

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Councils raise concerns over Oxford-Cambridge Expressway plans

first_imgCurrent estimates of the cost range between £3 to £4.5 billion. The two proposed routes for the road will take it either into the Vale or South Oxfordshire.  With Highways England in line to open a consultation on the proposed ‘expressway’ between Oxford and Cambridge, two Oxfordshire councils have signaled their opposition to the plans. South Oxfordshire and The Vale of White Horse district councils have voted to oppose the plan. Comment given by the South Oxfordshire council highlighted the potential damage done to the area.  The council’s leader, Sue Cooper, said: “It will bring more traffic, create a major source of air and noise pollution, destroy farmland and habitats and increase CO2 emissions, all of which are incompatible with the recent Climate Emergency declared by this council in April.” The development is intended to link Oxford and Cambridge via Milton Keynes, both as a way to provide an outer orbital route around London and to stimulate development in the corridor between Oxford and Cambridge. There are plans to build new towns along the route when it is completed.  The Campaign to Protect Rural England has also criticised the route, which is to pass through the greenbelt, as unnecessary and likely to lead to the expansion of Oxford.  In addition to the council’s objections, groups have raised concerns previously. The public consultation comes as the result of a motion by Oxford County Council criticising Highways England for their failure to engage with local people when planning the route. The consultation motion passed by 49 votes to 5. last_img read more

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IS IT TRUE AUGUST 10, 2017

first_img Todays “READERS POLL” question is: Do you feel that it was wise for the Boonville City Council to purchase the Quail Crossing Golf Course? Please take time and read our newest feature articles entitled “LAW ENFORCEMENT, READERS POLL, BIRTHDAYS, HOT JOBS” and “LOCAL SPORTS” posted in our sections.  You now are able to subscribe to get the CCO daily.If you would like to advertise in the CCO please contact us City-County [email protected] or call 812-774-8011.EDITOR’S FOOTNOTE:  Any comments posted by our reader’s in this column do not represent the views or opinions of the City County Observer or our advertisers.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare IS IT TRUE this is more borrowed money (bonded in government lingo) going to entertain people who have green fees in their pocket and the time to spend 4 hours on a game of golf?IS IT TRUE the Quail Crossing Golf Course consists of 204 acres of land that could have been turned into a housing development or a farm at a much higher value?…204 acres of Southern Indiana crop land would bring closer to $2 Million from a prospective farmer?IS IT TRUE if this land were parceled into 204 one acre residential lots it may bring as much as $8 Million if the lots bring a paltry $40,000 each? …its important to point out if this property is developed into residential it would increase the Warrick County property tax base by a good sum of money?IS IT TRUE while Evansville and much of the nation is facing losses from golf courses the City of Booneville is borrowing to get into a declining business line?…we wonder if the infection is airborne or if the Boonville officials came over an shook hands and broke bread with the kings of fun and games nonsense with the Evansville and Vanderburgh County elected officials?IS IT TRUE the plans for the Vanderburgh County Public Safety Foundation event to be held on August 23, 2017 at the steps of the Veterans Memorial Coliseum is really coming together?  …during the next several weeks you will be receiving more detailed information about this most worthily public event? …we encourage you center_img IS IT TRUE we hope that todays IS IT TRUE will provoke honest and open dialogue concerning issues that we as responsible citizens of this community need to address in a rational and responsible way?IS IT TRUE that the new CEO of Deaconess Hospital claims that the new identity change of the downtown location is in line with a city-funded bicycle path being built along Virginia Street in front of Deaconess and the nearby North Main Street?  …we hoping he isn’t claiming that the new bike paths will improve the quality of health care provided at Deaconess Midtown?  …we sorry to report that the quality of health care provided at the downtown Deaconess location will not change one darn bit based on a city-funded bicycle path and a name change?  …that the $60 million Orthopaedics facility being built at the that Deaconess Gateway will?IS IT TRUE that fun and games disease must be contagious because a chronic case of fun and games disease has been reported across the Warrick County line in Boonville?…the entire Boonville City Council has shown the first symptom of having a terminal case of fun and games disease or FUNGAM for short?…the newly infected Boonville City Council has decided to borrow $950,000 to pay $600,000 for the Quail Crossing Golf Course?last_img read more

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ROMAN, MORRIS

first_img60, of Bayonne, passed away on July 13, 2018, at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ, with his family by his side. Morris was born in Paterson, NJ, and has resided in Bayonne for many years. Left to cherish his memory are his wife Pauline (Olkewicz) Roman; his mother Linda (Vargas) Roman; his children, Nicole Dellamonica, Vanessa Ash, twins Shanya and Tanya Roman, Keith Olkewicz, and Morris Roman Jr.; his sister Evelyn, his brothers, Raymond and Dennis Roman and nine grandchildren, twins Lilianna, Giana, and Gary Dellamonica Jr., Elijah, Isaiah, and Jolin Roman, and Jordan, Ciara, and Mayah Ash; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements by DWORZANSKI & SON Funeral Home, 20 E. 22nd St.last_img

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Press release: Queen appoints new Bishop of Truro

first_imgThe Queen has approved the nomination of the Reverend Canon Philip Ian Mounstephen,MA, Executive Leader of the Church Mission Society, for election as Bishop of Truro insuccession to the Right Reverend Timothy Martin Thornton, MA, following his resignation on31 August 2017.last_img

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News story: Police get funding boost to fight organised crime in Bedfordshire

first_imgPCCs can apply for special grant funding to alleviate the burden of police forces dealing with unexpected events or exceptional demand within their areas.HMICFRS, the independent police inspectorate, assessed the special grant application from Bedfordshire’s PCC and found the costs to be reasonable and proportionate.In its 2016 PEEL inspection of the force, HMICFRS concluded that the volume and complexity of crimes faced by Bedfordshire Police in some places – for example, Luton – was comparable to that of a London borough.Bedfordshire Police & Crime Commissioner Kathryn Holloway said: I’ve fought all year to land the argument that the nature of the gang, gun and knife issues we face represent precisely that extraordinary challenge for Bedfordshire Police. This will cover the entire cost of Op Boson, the force’s specialist response to gang, gun and knife crime, which has placed an unprecedented strain on us over the past two years, together with the spend on this area calculated for this financial year. Bedfordshire police will receive a £4.6 million funding boost to fight organised crime and gang violence.Home Secretary Sajid Javid has approved a special grant application from Bedfordshire police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Kathryn Holloway.The additional funding will support the force to disrupt gang activity in and around towns in the force area.This gang activity includes high-harm crimes, such as gun violence, county lines drug operations, and child sexual exploitation and abuse.Minister for Policing and the Fire Service Nick Hurd said: We are determined to crack down on serious violence and gang activity, which threaten the fabric of our communities. This funding will help Bedfordshire police in their operations to dismantle criminal gangs and protect the public. We recognise the changing demands that the police are facing and remain committed to providing them with the support they need. Special grants are in addition to the police funding settlement, which is increasing funding by £460 million in 2018 to 2019, including money raised from the Council Tax precept. This includes an increase of £2.9 million for Bedfordshire police.The government is also ensuring police have the powers they need to get weapons off our streets and is putting a strong focus on early intervention to ensure young people don’t get drawn into a life of crime.In April, the government published a new Serious Violence Strategy. The strategy sets out an ambitious programme of 61 commitments to tackle serious violence, in particular recent increases in knife crime, gun crime and homicide.The Home Secretary recently launched the £200 million Youth Endowment Fund, which will provide support and focus on those young people most at risk of violence.The government has also announced a consultation on a proposed new statutory duty to underpin a public health approach to tackling the issue of serious violence and launched an independent review into drugs misuse – a key driver in the rise of violent crime.last_img read more

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3 Dead, 1 Injured in Wyandanch Shooting, Cops Say

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Suffolk County police Homicide Squad detectives are searching for a shooter who killed three people inside a parked car in Wyandanch late Wednesday night and injured a fourth victim. Police identified the three victims Thursday afternoon as 25-year-old William Madrey of Wyandanch, 23-year-old Stephanie Almedina Rivera of Bay Shore, and 23-year-old Ciara Smith of Deer Park. A fourth female injured in the shooting was not identified. Bullets rang out on Davidson Street just before midnight, police said. The suspect, who is still at large and hasn’t been identified, walked up to a vehicle and fired several shots, killing all but one of the car’s occupants, police said. First Precinct officers responding to 911 calls reporting gunshots arrived at the scene at around 11:50 p.m. and discovered the victims inside the vehicle. Madrey, Rivera, and Smith were pronounced dead at the scene, police said. The surviving victim suffered non-life-threatening gunshot wounds, police said. Madley “is a previously self-admitted gang member,” police said in a news release. Investigators are trying to determine whether gang affiliation played a role in the slayings. Police are asking anyone with information about the homicides to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. Crime Stoppers is offering a $3,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of the shooter.last_img read more

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Discussions about tourism @ EFZG: Private accommodation: Good, bad, evil?

first_imgScience and the profession often know how to emphasize that private accommodation is one of the competitive advantages of Croatian tourism. Private accommodation is an important distinguishing feature of Croatian tourism, which most Mediterranean competitors do not have, and at the same time ensures the existence of a significant part of the population. However, science and the profession can also emphasize that the uncontrolled growth of private accommodation can result in the degradation of space as the most important tourist resource, but also a number of other problems, thus jeopardizing the sustainability of the existing model of tourism and general economic development. The panelists who will participate in the discussion are Dr. sc. Vjekoslav Bratic, Director of the Institute of Public Finance, Martina Nimac Kalcina, President of the Family Tourism Association of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, Ph.D. Damir Krešić, director of the Institute of Tourism, Sanja Šaban, Assistant Minister of Construction and Physical Planning, and Dr. sc. Maruška Vizek, director of the Institute of Economics. The discussions are jointly organized by the Department of Tourism of the Faculty of Economics – Zagreb and the Institute of Tourism, on the occasion of marking the 99th birthday of the Faculty. The panel discussion will be held at the Faculty of Economics, University of Zagreb, Hall 3, on Thursday, November 28, from 12:00 to 14:00. Private accommodation in Croatia has always had a wider social significance that goes beyond the usual economic understandings. Today, it is the most important segment of the accommodation offer in Croatian tourism with a share of over 60 percent in the total number of beds. The discussion will be moderated by Đuro Tomljenović, and is intended for the general and professional public, the media and anyone who wants to learn more about the issue of private accommodation. Recognizing different understandings, but also the need to differentiate between different forms of private accommodation in modern tourism practice, the aim of these discussions is to look at private accommodation from several important perspectives such as the relationship between private accommodation and real estate market in Croatia, the way private accommodation affects space and borders. its growth, the quality of the existing tax treatment and the reasonableness of treating all types of private accommodation in the same way and the importance of private accommodation for the Croatian economy and society as a whole. Admission is free, and arrival must be announced by e-mail: [email protected]last_img read more

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Prescott gives ‘two fingers’ to Stockport

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Step back in time in this home which is like a 1940s time capsule

first_img44 Kirkland Avenue, Coorparoo Qld 4151STEPPING into this home transports you to a time when Bing Crosby topped the charts, Christian Dior debuted his first collection and Casablanca premiered on screen.The four bedroom property at 44 Kirkland Avenue, Coorparoo, is a time capsule for the 1940s.Agent Gabrielle Baker – who’s a member of the Art Deco and Modernism Society of Australia – said she found the home “such a gem” and marketed it as “brimming with uncompromising features from yesteryear”. Love this bed! Blast from the past.In this case the buyers were a young couple living locally that fell in love with the elevated 488sq m property.Ms Baker said because the block has two street access, they have the potential to build a second dwelling on the site with access from Raby Road.“That was a good value add,” she said. “The current house will stay. It’s character overlay.”Among new developments almost complete in the area was the Coorparoo Square complex where there will be shopping, supermarkets, restaurants and a theatre. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK The entrance from Kirkland Avenue. The living spaces and bedrooms are on separate levels. The glassed-in veranda.“Besides the period light fittings, ornate plaster cornices, leadlight windows, beautiful silky oak panels, functioning brick fireplace and Juliette balconies overlooking the enchanting front garden, this property offers potential plus in the perfect position,” was how she described it.Don’t get too keen on it though, as the property went unconditional this week in the mid $800,000s.“It’s a unique property and you need to target a particular buyer that has an interest in architectural character homes.” More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoThe house was built in 1940.last_img read more

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