Advance your career at West Virginia University

It’s more than just getting to see the relevant cases and working closely with faculty to increase your skillset and knowledge as a provider, it’s an opportunity to research, stay sharp and hear from renown faculty about advancements in the field. And that’s only within our facilities; many departments provide opportunities for attending national conferences and learning opportunities, so you are complete control of how much you’d like to learn from us.

Learn here

The cornerstone of education is to never stop learning and at WVU, we provide fellows with access to departmental conferences, grand rounds and programs for almost endless opportunities to grow weekly. Additional opportunities exist within departments on a monthly basis, too. Some of these may allow for Continuing Medical Education credits to be earned.

Discover here

Opportunities for research exist within the University in its many departments, divisions and sections and extend through its external collaborations with institutes like West Virginia Clinical Science Institute (WVCTSI), who offer research grants, and the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Every fellowship works with specialty organizations and conferences to provide the chance to present your research on an international stage with funding provided from CME.

Research opportunities

Lead here

Getting involved outside the classroom and clinic provides fellows with the chance to gain leadership experience among other healthcare professionals and have their own voice heard at the University. WVU Health Sciences is committed to making sure everyone at the table has a voice by increasing diversity initiatives and providing mentor-based support. You can connect outside of work as well through a variety of professional groups and civic organizations in Morgantown.

Live here

If you’re looking to stick around the Morgantown area and find your future home, the University offers programs to help your spouse find work through the Dual Career Program. The University will help with job searches for an employee’s spouse or partner through professional networking and employment referrals – for both WVU and the Morgantown area.