Assistant/Associate Professor – Child and Adolescent Psychiatry or Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics


Responsibilities include direct clinical services in an outpatient setting, teaching medical students, supervising residents and fellows, and integrating research with clinical practice. The Rothman Center in St. Petersburg, FL offers an integrated practice of clinical care for individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder, autism spectrum disorders, tic disorders, PANDAS, trichotillomania, learning disorders, and ADHD that is multi-disciplinary, from diagnosis and evidence-based treatment to education, research and outreach. Within this paradigm, the Center’s and allied health care professionals function as interdisciplinary teams to deliver an expanded repertoire of safe and effective treatments that include a focus on the whole person as well as the family unit. This goal is consistent with the increasing interdisciplinary nature of health-related research and the renewed focus on integrative care.  


Minimum Qualifications: This position requires that the applicant be Board Certified in Psychiatry and Board Eligible/Certified in Child Psychiatry or Board Certified in Pediatrics and Board Eligible in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Prior to assuming the position, a Florida Teaching Medical Certificate or Florida Medical License is required.  


Interested individuals should forward a current CV to Dr. Tanya Murphy, Rothman Chair of Developmental Pediatrics, Professor, University of South Florida Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry via Mr. Benjamin Chang at bchang1@health.usf.edu .  Inquiries may be made by phone: 727-767-8230.