Positions in Pulmonary Pathology

Henry Ford Health System

Date of advertisement: June 8, 2018

Faculty Position

Academic Pulmonary Pathologist / Senior Staff Surgical Pathologist

The Henry Ford Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine seeks 2 board-certified subspecialty surgical pathologists to support a multitude of rapidly growing clinical programs in the Henry Ford Health System.  Pathologists with expertise and interest in Pulmonary Pathology including interstitial lung disease are especially encouraged to apply.

Given growth of the medical system, applicants with other areas of expertise including breast, head and neck, genitourinary and renal pathology are also invited to apply.

The Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, is a leading US academic medical center, one of the largest healthcare delivery systems in Southeast Michigan and a Malcolm Baldrige national quality award winner. The Pathology Department is an integrated service line overseeing laboratory testing at 6 system hospitals, 36 clinic delivery sites, and a large outreach program. It is further recognized as the world's leading Lean management laboratory enterprise and the only ISO 15189 accredited laboratory in Michigan. The Department is both subspecialized and community-based, serving as a major teaching affiliate of Wayne State University School of Medicine and supporting a combined AP/CP residency and fellowships in Medical Genetics and Informatics. It is composed of 42 senior staff pathologists and clinical scientists, complemented by 720 technical staff, with annual case volumes of 40 million clinical laboratory tests, over 160,000 surgical pathology specimens, 80,000 cytopathology cases and over 30,000 molecular & cytogenetic tests. Pathology oversees a Research Biorepository that houses over 70,000 frozen specimens. The Department has 9 board certified molecular pathology staff in the Division of Molecular Pathology and Genomic Medicine who oversee comprehensive NGS analysis of hereditary and neoplastic diseases and provide mutation-specific therapeutic decision support through the Henry Ford Center for Precision Diagnostics. Both the Biorepository and Molecular operations support staff academic endeavors.

Interested applicants should submit CV, a statement describing previous accomplishments and professional goals with 3 references to:

Richard J. Zarbo, M.D., DMD


Henry Ford Hospital

2799 West Grand Blvd, 

Detroit MI 48202




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Academic Lung/Thoracic Pathologist
Date March 5, 2018

The Laboratory Medicine Program of the University Health Network (UHN) is seeking an Anatomical Pathologist with expertise in neoplastic and non-neoplastic, including transplant, thoracic/lung pathology.  The successful candidate will join a large academic laboratory faculty with diverse diagnostic expertise, teaching responsibilities, basic and clinical research activities. Candidates must have or be eligible for licensure in the Province of Ontario and Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, or equivalent.  Subspecialty Fellowship training in thoracic pathology is required, experience in lung transplant pathology is essential.  Responsibilities will include participating in diagnostic service for UHN and its client facilities, teaching and research activities.  The successful candidate is eligible for an academic appointment in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, University of Toronto, with a rank commensurate with academic qualifications.

University Health Network is one of Canada's largest acute care teaching organizations with over 1000 beds and 7 priority programs in Advanced Medicine & Surgery, Oncology & Blood Disorders, Transplantation, Neural & Sensory Science, Heart & Circulation, Musculoskeletal Health & Arthritis, and Community & Population Health.  It maintains a major commitment to excellence in healthcare delivery, research and teaching.  University Health Network is a fully affiliated hospital of the University of Toronto.

The University of Toronto and University Health Network are strongly committed to diversity within its community and welcome applications from visible minority group members, women, aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

Interested applicants should send their curriculum vitae, a brief statement of their career plans, and the names of three references by March 31, 2018 to:

Dr. Bayardo Perez-Ordonez
Head, Anatomic Pathology University Health Network Laboratory Medicine Program
200 Elizabeth Street, 11th floor
Toronto, Ontario M5G 2C4
Fax: (416) 340-5517
E-mail: Bayardo.Perez-Ordonez@uhn.ca

Surgical Pathology Position - Columbia

Surgical Pathologist / Pulmonary Pathology
Date: March 1, 2018

Columbia University, New York, NY (USA).
 The Department of Pathology & Cell Biology at Columbia University is seeking a full time surgical pathologist with subspecialty expertise in neoplastic and non-neoplastic pulmonary pathology. Candidates should have a record of scholarly activity and demonstrated experience in the field. Preference will be given to candidates with 2 or more years of post-fellowship experience. Teaching and communication skills are essential. Applicants must hold an MD or MD/PhD degree with BC/BE in Anatomic Pathology and be able to obtain a NYS medical license.
Applicants with an interest in translational research will find an active and supportive environment at Columbia University with core facilities in tissue banking, tissue microarray, and high throughput genomics.
Applicants should submit a CV and the names of 3 references to:

Glen Markowitz, MD

Vice Chair for Operations in Anatomic Pathology
Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons
Department of Pathology & Cell Biology, VC14-224
630 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032 


Fellowship in Cardiothoracic Pathology 
Date: September 19, 2017

New York University Langone Health (New York, NY)

The program will include training in diagnostic cardiothoracic pathology, including an understanding of molecular techniques and research training in the field of cardiothoracic pathology.

The curriculum will comprise of direct training in macroscopic and microscopic evaluation of cardiothoracic specimens including heart and lung transplant pathology. The program will include training in gross examination, frozen section preparation and interpretation, histopathologic diagnosis, and molecular pathology relevant to the diagnosis, prognostication, and personalized therapy of cardiothoracic diseases. The fellow will attend and present cases at intradepartmental conferences including the weekly multidisciplinary Pulmonary Tumor Board and biweekly interstitial lung disease conference.

Please send applications to:

Dr Andre Moreira,
New York University Langone Health
Department of Pathology
560 First Avenue TH 4 15
New York New York, 10016

Email: andre.moreira@nyumc.org






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