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The Universit y of New Mexico Cancer Center and the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Hematology/Oncology
invites applicants with experience and expertise in the treatment and management of patients with hematologic
malignancies and in autologous/st
s em cell transplantation and innovative cell- based or targeted immunotherapies. This is an
Open Rank, Open Track position. Facult y rank and appointment will be commensurate with accomplishments. The successful
applicant should have a track record of clinical excellence and expertise with experience in translational research and
clinical trials. The successful candidate will have experience in establishing a ser vice of adult autologous/st
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marrow transplantation along with new experimental gene - based and cell- based therapies. Experience in ser ving as a
mentor for younger facult y and the abilit y to develop and lead a strong multidisciplinar y hematology malignancy team within
the Universit y of New Mexico Cancer Center is highly desirable. Significant start up funding and recurring support will
assure success.
Minimum qualifications for the position include:
1) MD degree with board certification in Internal Medicine;
2) board certification/eligibilit y in Hematologyy or Hematologyy Oncology; and
3) must be eligible to work in the U.S.; this is not a J -1 Visa opportunit y.
Preferred qualifications include:
1) experience as an attending physician, mentor, or leader/developer of programs in hematologic malignancies and
transplantation;
2) experience as a clinical investigator including current and experimental clinical trials and translational research; and
3) experience in adult autologous/st
s em cell bone marrow transplantation along with new experimental gene - based
and cell- based therapies.
To view the complete description, please access Posting #0824865 at: https://un
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THE UNIVERSIT Y OF NEW MEXICO CANCER CENTER (UNMCC) is one of the nation’s 68 premier National Cancer Institute
Designated Cancer Centers and is the Of ficial Cancer Center of New Mexico. Its more than 100 board - certified oncology physicians and
132 research scientists, recruited from leading institutions nationwide, form the region’s largest and most experienced team of cancer
specialists. The outstanding physician team represents several academic disciplines and uses a multidisciplinar y treatment approach,
providing care to the multiethnic populations of New Mexico who have striking patterns of cancer incidence, mortalit y, and disparit y. The
vibrant team of basic, clinical and translational scientists, supported by $73 million in annual research funding, collaborate within four
research programs: Cancer Therapeutics: Technology, Discover y and Targeted Deliver y; Cancer Genetics, Epigenetics and Genomics;
Translational Cancer Biology and Signaling; and, Cancer Control and Disparities. The UNM Cancer Center’s statewide cancer clinical
trials net work, integrating many communit y- based health care systems, offers over 175 therapeutic clinical trials. The UNM Cancer Center
also houses one of 10 NIH -funded Centers for Systems Biology, an NIH Center for Molecular Discover y, and an NCI Nanotechnology
Alliance program. Rich collaborative opportunities exist with our UNMCC Consortium Partners (Sandia and Los Alamos National
Laboratories and the Lovelace Respirator y Research Institute).
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For complete description, minimum requirements and preferences and application requirements please see the
UNM jobs application system at: https://unmjobs.unm.edu
For all inquiries or questions, contact
Search Chair: Wadih Arap, MD, PhD
Search Coordinator, Denise Osborne at:
Victor & Ruby Hansen Surface Endowed Chair in Cancer Medicine
[email protected]
Deputy Directorr, UNM Cancer Center
Professor & Chief, Hematologyy/Oncologyy, Dept. of Internal Medicine (505) 925 - 0415
The Universit y of New Mexico is an Equal Oppor tunit y/Af firmative Action Employer and Educator
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Hematology: Physician-Scientist Faculty Position
Washington University in St. Louis
Barnes-Jewish Hospital
The Hematology Division of the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis invites applications for a physician-scientist at the level of Assistant
Professor on the tenure track or Associate Professor with tenure. Candidates should have an M.D. degree or combined M.D./Ph.D. The successful applicant
will establish an independent, laboratory-based basic research program and will participate in the in-patient and consult services at Barnes-Jewish Hospital;
establishment of an outpatient clinic will be optional. The hematology service sees a broad range of patients with classical hematological problems,
including bleeding and thrombotic disorders, myeloproliferative neoplasms, lymphoproliferative disorders, bone marrow failure syndromes, autoimmune
hematologic diseases, and hemoglobinopathies. The hematology service does not treat patients with acute leukemia or perform bone marrow transplantation,
although there are close collaborations with clinicians that perform these services as part of the joint Hematology/Oncology fellowship program. Current
Hematology Division faculty members conduct a wide range of biomedical and basic science research (see http://hematology.wustl.edu/).
The successful candidate will receive a generous start-up package, excellent laboratory space, and guaranteed protected time to perform research. Faculty
members have access to state-of-the-art clinical and basic science core facilities, including microarray, proteomics and mass spectrometry, cyTOF and
mass cytometry, biomedical informatics, and mouse transgenics. Access to tissue banking at the Siteman Cancer Center, genome engineering at the
Genome Engineering & iPSC Center, and sequence analysis at the world-renowned Genome Institute are additional assets.
Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish Hospital are located in St. Louis, Missouri, a metropolitan area of 3 million. Washington
University School of Medicine is consistently ranked among the top medical schools in the United States. Barnes-Jewish Hospital is a 1,050 bed
hospital with state-of-the-art facilities for all aspects of patient care.
Please send curriculum vitae and a letter of inquiry to the Chair of the Search Committee (email is preferred):
Douglas M. Tollefsen, M.D., Ph.D.
Division of Hematology
660 South Euclid Avenue
Campus Box 8125
St. Louis, Missouri 63110
email: [email protected]
AA/Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
Hematology: Clinical Faculty Position
Washington University in St. Louis
Barnes-Jewish Hospital
The Hematology Division of the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is seeking a hematologist to be appointed at the level of
Assistant Professor or Associate Professor. He/she will participate in the outpatient hematology clinic, attend on the hematology inpatient and consult
services, assist in the teaching of medical students, medical house staff, and hematology/oncology fellows, and develop a patient-oriented clinical
research program in hematology. The hematology service sees a broad range of patients with classical hematological problems, including bleeding and
thrombotic disorders, myeloproliferative neoplasms, lymphoproliferative disorders, bone marrow failure syndromes, autoimmune hematologic diseases,
and hemoglobinopathies. The hematology service does not treat patients with acute leukemia or perform bone marrow transplantation, although there
are close collaborations with clinicians that perform these services as part of the joint Hematology/Oncology fellowship program. The Division’s close
working relationship with Clinical Pathology/Transfusion Medicine also facilitates clinical and academic collaborations. Current Hematology Division
faculty members conduct a wide range of clinical and basic science research (see http://hematology.wustl.edu/). The Division and Office of Faculty
Affairs provide extensive resources for mentoring junior faculty.
Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish Hospital are located in St. Louis, Missouri, a metropolitan area of 3 million. Washington
University School of Medicine is consistently ranked among the top medical schools in the United States. Barnes-Jewish Hospital is a 1,050 bed
hospital with state-of-the art facilities for all aspects of patient care.
Please send curriculum vitae and a letter of inquiry to the Chair of the Search Committee (email is preferred):
Douglas M. Tollefsen, M.D., Ph.D.
Division of Hematology
660 South Euclid Avenue
Campus Box 8125
St. Louis, Missouri 63110
email: [email protected]
AA/Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
ONCOLOGIST/HEMATOLOGIST
Illinois CancerCare (ILCC), one of the nation's leading private hematology/oncology groups is seeking a physician to join our collegial, vibrant
group of physicians
Illinois CancerCare is:
1. The largest physician-owned private hematology/oncology group practice in Illinois. With 18 practicing physicians and 18 mid-levels,
we serve patients at 12 locations throughout central IL since 1978.
2. With strong hospital affiliations and holding leadership roles in local hospital administrations.
3. Offers comprehensive services including on-site chemotherapy infusion suites, clinical trials, diagnostic imaging (X-ray/CT/PET),
specialty lab, pharmacy, social worker, dietitian, financial counseling at multiple sites.
4. Specialty clinics including Palliative Care, Survivorship and Oncology Smart Care.
5. A long history of clinical research, holding one of the original NCI CCOP grants for 30 years, is one of 34 community sites in the
nation with a NCI NCORP grant. Patients are actively enrolled on cooperative group and pharmaceutical industry research protocols.
6. With high provider satisfaction and extremely low turn-over rate.
7. Offers competitive salary, benefits and desirable call schedule, along with an early track to full partnership.
8. Our physicians all practice general hematology/oncology, but each one has developed two or three areas of sub-specialty concentration.
We are looking for: BC/BE hematologist/oncologist with strong leadership and communication skills. Must have the drive and commitment to
provide high quality patient care and participation in improvement of care delivery system and practice management.
Peoria is the headquarter of a multi-billion international corporation and center of major regional health organizations. High quality public school
systems and diversified culture with proximity to several major metropolitan areas (St. Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis).
To apply, send CV to:
Illinois CancerCare
Attn: Emily Hampton
8940 N. Wood Sage Rd.
Peoria, IL 61615
[email protected]
www.illinoiscancercare.com
Hematology/Oncology
Minneapolis VA Health Care System
The Hematology/ Oncology Section of the Minneapolis
VA medical center invites applications for a staff
physician with clinical expertise in general hematology,
oncology, and coagulation. This is a full-time position
with an appointment also available at the University of
Minnesota. Memberships in the U of MN Comprehensive
Cancer Center and in CALGB/Alliance, as well as,
participation in an NIH-funded fellowship-training grant
are also available.
Candidates should display excellent clinical care skills in
all areas of hematology/oncology/coagulation and interest
in teaching. Ability to develop an outstanding program
in an area of interest to the Section, including GU
malignancies, breast cancer, or coagulation will be preferred,
but not required. Applicants must be BC in Internal
Medicine and BE/BC in Hematology and Oncology.
Please send CV and 3 letters of recommendation to:
Sharon D. Luikart, M.D.
Chief, Hematology/ Oncology
E-mail: [email protected]
and [email protected]
in Human Resources
Hematology - Salt Lake City, Utah: The Intermountain
Center for Hematological Malignancies seeks BC/BE
attending physician candidates for our blood and
marrow transplantation and acute leukemia therapy
program. The candidate will join an experienced and
dedicated multidisciplinary FACT accredited and FDA
registered program, offering allogeneic (related and
unrelated) and autologous SCT. Many patients are
registered on institutional, SWOG and consortium
investigational protocols. The Intermountain Blood and
Marrow Transplant Program’s referral base consists of
the Intermountain West area (Utah and surrounding
states) and performs approximately 80 SCT’s yearly.
The Acute Leukemia Program receives newly
diagnosed acute leukemia patients who are candidates
for intensive induction. The program currently employs
6 experienced transplant/leukemia Hem/Onc physicians
and 10 midlevel providers as well as an extensive and
excellent dedicated nursing and ancillary staff. Backup
call will be shared equally between attendings.
Contact: Intermountain Healthcare, Physician
Recruiting Attn: Wilf Rudert 800-888-3134 Fax:
801 442-3388. E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://physicianjobsintermountain.org