Position SummaryThe Department of Pediatrics, University at Buffalo (UB), JacobsSchool of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and Oishei Children’sHospital of Buffalo are recruiting a full-time faculty physician inthe Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes. The ideal candidatemust hold a medical degree and be board certified in bothpediatrics and pediatric endocrinology. The candidate will provideclinical care for children and young adults with endocrinedisorders and both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. This position doesinclude outpatient care in our newly remodeled dedicated outpatientcenter as well as satellite clinics in the Western New York region.Additionally, there are inpatient clinical duties and teachingresponsibilities for medical students, residents, and fellows.Interest in quality improvement and clinical research isencouraged.The Division of Pediatric Endocrinology/Diabetes is a busy practicewith 6 BC Pediatric Endocrinologists and an ACGME accreditedfellowship program. The division sees approximately 8,000 patientsper year. We are an active clinical research division participatingwith TrialNet, Type 1 Diabetes Exchange, and the Pediatric DiabetesConsortium. UBMD Pediatrics is one of 18 practice plans within UBMDPhysicians’ Group, the single largest medical group in the area,and we are supported by 14 pediatric subspecialties. Our physiciansalso make up the academic teaching faculty within the Department ofPediatrics at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciencesat the University at Buffalo. UB is an equal opportunity,affirmative action employer/recruiter.Minimum QualificationsMD or DOPreferred QualificationsFor more information, click the “How to Apply” button.
Last night, beloved Americana group The Avett Brothers took a moment to pay tribute to the late great musician Prince. There’s no denying that the Purple One’s legacy stretches far and wide, with bands from practically every genre coming forth and paying their respects through music, reflections, and more.The Avetts performed their staple “Pretty Girl From Annapolis,” when they suddenly worked in an interlude of the Prince classic “When Doves Cry” in the middle of the song. The emotional moment was brief, but powerful all the same.Watch fan-shot footage below, courtesy of YouTube user DCRANGERFAN:RIP Prince. We miss you already.[H/t JamBase]
As 8 p.m. approaches, three baristas scurry about Cabot Café in the Radcliffe Quadrangle. They arrange fresh pastries on glass shelves, slice a gooey Mississippi mud pie, and unlock the doors. When they grind the coffee, the delicious smell fills the space, and students from around the quad filter in with friends or homework or both.Before the official opening of the café on Sept. 25, general manager Jesse Kaplan ’13 and four other managers taught the dozen new hires how to run the shop. The intensive, weeklong “barista boot camp” paid off; any of the dozen undergraduate baristas can smoothly run the shop alone on a given night.Kaplan and his classmates/business partners — Laura Hinton, Chandan Lodha, Daniel Lynch, and Carolyn Stein — last spring proposed their idea of opening a coffee shop in the basement of Cabot to House Masters Rakesh and Stephanie Khurana. Both masters have extensive business experience, and Rakesh is a Harvard Business School professor. The five received hearty encouragement. Says Kaplan, “We would never have been able to pursue this project without the House masters’ continual enthusiasm and support.” They borrowed grant money from the House to launch a spring preview and later to buy machinery and supplies.In the feedback jar beside the espresso machine is one question: “Where will the profits go?” Kaplan’s response is business minded: The organizers will invest the profits back into the café. They plan to renovate a back room into a food preparation area, buy new furniture, and install better lighting. They also plan to host nights featuring slam poetry, open microphones, games, and musical performances.For now, students sit at tables huddled over homework, sipping cappuccinos, and taking part in a business endeavor that Kaplan says “has been incredibly rewarding” and will not be his last entrepreneurial venture. You won’t regret it Mississippi mud pie? Gautam Kumar ’13 receives a sweet slice from Anna Menzel ’15 (right) and Marie-Fatima Hyacinthe ’14. Photos by Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer Open for business At 8 p.m., Anna Menzel ’15 (right) and Marie-Fatima Hyacinthe ’14 open Cabot Cafe, which is located in Cabot House’s basement. The cafe closes at midnight. Slice o’ pie Anna Menzel ’15 assists customers in the background … while this pie waits, but certainly not for long. Coffee and ideas Jesse Kaplan ’13 (right) studies with Min Hwang ’13. Kaplan is one of five Cabot residents that have partnered to open this basement cafe. Pour-over Anna Menzel ’15 makes a “pour-over” coffee at Cabot Cafe. The sweetest thing Anna Menzel ’15 keeps the pastries stocked. Comin’ right up Baristas Anna Menzel ’15 (from left), Marie-Fatima Hyacinthe ’14, and Nicolas Jofre ’13 serve up caffeinated delights. Signage Though it may be new, business is booming in Cabot Cafe. Indulgence Who can resist a pastry? A delightful brew Official cafe business Daniel Lynch ’13 (left) is the facilities manager and Laura Hinton ’13 does public relations and events for the cafe. They are two of the five Cabot residents behind the new cafe. It’s a well-lit cafe … but that suits these studiers just fine. Good work! Suggestions? More pie!
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Nathan Lyon has taken 16 wickets in the two Tests against India. The Australian offspinner has dismissed Virat Kohli the most number of times in Tests with seven and he has received immense praise from Sachin Tendulkar. Lyon’s haul of 5/67 and 3/39 on a pitch which assisted the fast bowlers immensely at the new Perth stadium won him plenty of admirers and cemented his reputation as one of the best spin bowlers in the world. However, there is one person who is absolutely fuming with the performance of Kohli and the Indian cricket team in Perth. Sourav Ganguly, who was a magnificent player of spin, has a clear message to the Indian cricket team and revealed in a chat that he was about to send an angry SMS to Kohli but did not do it.“I wanted to tell him that you shouldn’t give so many wickets to spinners outside the subcontinent. There is no doubt that Nathan Lyon is a great spinner but so were Shane Warne, Muttiah Muralitharan and Graeme Swann,” Ganguly told in a chat with India TV.The left-hander, who has scored over 10,000 ODI runs and 8000 Test runs, had a clear message for Kohli’s Indian cricket team and that was to adopt an attacking approach. “They have shown him too much respect by defending a lot of deliveries outside the off-stump. They should look to build towards a total at least in excess of 300-350,” Ganguly said.Read More | Mitchell Johnson slams Virat Kohli, calls his behavior ‘disrespectful’The former India skipper, who had captained the side to a 1-1 draw during India’s tour of Australia in 2003/04, added he was not happy with the performance of many batsmen in the team, some of whom are traveling Down Under for the second time since the 2014/15 series which India lost 0-2.Read More | Naseeruddin Shah calls Virat Kohli ‘worlds worst behaved player’“They have been there before. Logically their game should improve over the years but from what we saw in Perth, it is difficult to say it has. Barring Kohli and (Cheteshwar) Pujara, none of them are making a lot of runs and this is not good for the team. If India has to win, they will have to do a lot more,” Ganguly added.India will be taking on Australia in the third Test starting on Boxing Day in Melbourne. In the last encounter between both the sides in 2014, Virat Kohli scored a magnificent century and shared a brilliant partnership with Ajinkya Rahane but Australia managed to hold on for a draw and retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.