Positions in Pulmonary Pathology

University of Colorado School of Medicine, Department of Pathology

Date of advertisement: January 13, 2019

The Department of Pathology, University of Colorado School of Medicine is seeking applicants with expertise in Pulmonary Pathology and broad skills in Anatomic Pathology. The ideal candidate must be board certified by the American Board of Pathology and must have completed a subspecialty fellowship in pulmomary pathology at a top tier academic university. Individuals with practice experience in an academic center and scholarly accomplishments, as well as those with fellowship training in other areas of anatomic pathology are preferred. Additionally, evidence of scholarship and research, especially in pulmonary pathology is desired. The successful candidate should be eligible for an academic rank from Assistant to Associate Professor. Evidence of an ability to work well within a multidisciplinary team, provide one on one as well as case based learning to residents and fellows focused on outstanding patient care and evidence based medicine is sought. Individuals should be up to date in board certification by the American Board of Pathology, must be able to obtain a full unrestricted medical license in the State of Colorado, and credentialing through CU Medicine and UCH.

The recruit will share signout responsibilities with others in pulmonary and anatomic pathology including frozen section and weekend call. Opportunities for scholarship, and participation in bench to bedside research will be encouraged. For the appropriate candidate, an adjunct appointment in the Division of Pulmonary Medicine, Department of Medicine may be extended. Directors of subspecialty areas report directly to the Director of Pulmomary Pathology, up to the Co-Directors of Surgical Pathology, followed by the Vice Chair of AP and Chair of the Department of Pathology.

Further information and online application may be found at the following link:

https://cu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=15145&lang=en


Mayo Clinic - Scottsdale, Arizona
Position in Surgical Pathology - Pulmonary / Thoracic Pathology

Date of advertisement: November 21, 2018

The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic in Arizona is seeking a general surgical pathologist with demonstrated interest and/or expertise in pulmonary/thoracic pathology to work in a large group practice setting. While the ideal candidate will have strong diagnostic skills and experience in both general surgical pathology and pulmonary pathology, new graduates are encouraged to apply.

The selected candidate will join a group of 15 anatomic pathologists in a department of 28 physicians and scientists. All members of the division of anatomic pathology are both general surgical pathologists and subspecialty pathologists. In addition to serving as a subspecialist to the busy Pulmonary and Mediastinal Pathology service, the candidate will be expected to sign out general surgical pathology, including frozen section and transplant pathology, and to participate in scholarly activities such as research and medical school teaching. This position includes an academic appointment with the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.

Qualifications include board certification in Anatomic Pathology. Fellowship training in pulmonary pathology is preferred, but not required.

Click here to apply online and for further information

Thoracic Pathology Research Fellowship Position
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
New York, NY

The Department of Pathology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is offering a one- to two-year Thoracic Pathology Research Fellowship position. All applicants should be MDs or MD/PhDs who have completed residency training in anatomic pathology (or AP/CP) in the United States or Canada and are certified (or are eligible for certification) by the American Board of Pathology. The fellowship involves one or preferably two years of translational research in thoracic pathology, focusing on morphologic, clinicopathologic and genomic analysis of thoracic tumors. Candidates with the interest in genomic and/or computational aspects of thoracic pathology are particularly encouraged to apply. Fellows will be supervised by thoracic pathologists within the Department of Pathology.

The fellow will be exposed to research opportunities based on a high-volume MSKCC hospital clinical service as well as an extramural consult service. In addition, participation is encouraged in relevant educational activities, such as weekly thoracic interesting case conference, weekly thoracic tumor board, pulmonary medicine conference, interstitial lung disease conference, as well as other academic activities offered by the Department of Pathology and other departments related to their field of research. Thoracic pathology research fellows will have no clinical responsibilities.

Availability: July 2019
Deadline: January 31st 2019
Length of Program: One to two years
Stipend and Maintenance: The stipend is commensurate with the year of the applicant’s postgraduate training. Benefits provided.

Send CV and 3 Letters of Reference to Program Director
William D. Travis, M.D.
Attending Thoracic Pathologist
Dept. of Pathology, Room A525
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Ave
New York, NY 10065
Tel: 212-639-3325
Email: travisw@mskcc.org

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Academic Lung / Thoracic Pathologist
University Health Network
Toronto, CANADA

Date of advertisement: November 17, 2018

The Laboratory Medicine Program of the University Health Network (UHN) is seeking an
Anatomical Pathologist with diagnostic and research expertise in neoplastic and nonneoplastic,
including transplant, thoracic/lung pathology. An established track record of
research in transplant or lung cancer is welcome. The successful candidate will join a large
academic laboratory faculty with diverse diagnostic expertise, teaching responsibilities,
basic and clinical research activities. Appropriate laboratory and research support will
be provided for the successful candidate. 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 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


The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Date of advertisement: October 8, 2018

Faculty Position

The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is seeking an Academic Surgical Pathologist for a tenure-track/tenured or fixed-term position at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. This position will primarily involve diagnostic surgical pathology, with an emphasis on genitourinary, ENT, and/or pulmonary pathology. The successful candidate will become a member of the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, and will have opportunities for collaborative research with interdisciplinary research teams at UNC. Regular opportunities are available for teaching in the School of Medicine and the Graduate School. Interested applicants may find additional application and how to apply at the following link:

http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/146218

For questions about the application process please contact the University's Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost office at (919) 962-1091 or send an email to facultyrecruitment@unc.edu

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

SYSTEM CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY AND LABORATORY MEDICINE

Henry Ford Hospital

2799 West Grand Blvd, 

Detroit MI 48202

313-916-2964

Rzarbo1@hfhs.org

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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