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Open Rank Faculty Position(s) (Tenure/Non-Tenure Track) in Cancer

Open Rank Faculty Position(s) (Tenure/Non-Tenure Track) in Cancer

Open Rank Faculty Position(s) (Tenure/Non-Tenure Track) in Cancer

Posting Date: 04/10/2023


Closing Date: 05/10/2023


Job Information/Description:

Open Rank Faculty Position(s) (Tenure/Non-Tenure Track) on Cancer

Public Health / Cancer Population Health Research

Population Health Research Institute

MetroHealth / Case Western Reserve University

https://www.metrohealth.org/population-health-research-institute

We invite outstanding individuals (PhD, DrPH, MD, or DO) with a focus on Cancer Public Health, Cancer Health Disparities, or Cancer Control and Population Health research to apply for a faculty position in the Population Health Research Institute (PHRI) at the MetroHealth System (MHS) and Case Western Reserve University (CWRU).

PHRIs vision is to lead the way to a healthy, thriving, equitable community and nation through actionable research, education, and collaboration. PHRI consists of three Centers: The Center for Clinical Informatics, Research, and Education (CCIRE); the Center for Reducing Health Disparities (CRHD); and The Center for Health Care Research and Policy (CHRP), all supported by a Division of Biostatistics and Data Sciences. PHRI engages in community participatory research, statewide and regional policy relevant implementation science, clinical informatics research, and social context of care. PHRI faculty maintain an environment that values diversity and nurtures collaboration, creativity, and innovation. We work closely with the Population Health Innovations Institute within The MetroHealth System where we deploy and evaluate innovative approaches to improving population health.

The successful candidate will work with the MetroHealth Cancer Center (MHCC) and the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center at CWRU (case.edu/cancer/). The MHCC cares for over 1400 cancer cases annually, with approximately half of all patients representing underserved populations. MHCC is committed to expanding the cancer health services research program to address the cancer burden in the communities we serve. The Case Comprehensive Cancer Center is one of only 53 comprehensive cancer centers designated by the National Cancer Institute and is affiliated with University Hospitals of Cleveland and the Cleveland Clinic. Cancer research is supported by a multi-institution Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative (case.edu/medicine/ctsc/). Cleveland is a dynamic and multicultural city with considerable opportunities to expand research to address cancer and population health.

We offer a very competitive compensation package, health insurance, paid time off, liability insurance, an academic appointment to the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine faculty at a rank commensurate with experience, CME opportunities, malpractice coverage and an impressive pension program with a generous employer match through the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS).

Required Qualifications

Applicants should have a PhD, DrPH, MD, DO degree or equivalent plus a strong record of scholarly activity and extramural funding. A rank of assistant professor or higher is preferred. Academic rank for the position will be determined based on experience.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities

The successful candidate is expected to establish a program of high quality extramurally-funded research in cancer public health, cancer prevention and/or cancer management. Additional opportunities exist for the candidate to advance and extend existing relationships with multiple departments within MHS, CWRU, and with other regional health systems. For candidates with a clinical degree, responsibilities will be based on candidate interests and MHS clinical needs. Teaching opportunities will be considered based on the candidates interests.

How to Apply

Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, C.V. and three references to Eloy Vazquez: [email protected].

The MetroHealth System and Case Western Reserve University does not discriminate in recruitment, employment, or policy administration on the basis of race, religion, age, sex, color, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, or status as a disabled veteran or other protected veteran under U.S. federal law.



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Associate Director, Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP)

Associate Director, Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP)

Associate Director, Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP)

Posting Date: 04/06/2023


Closing Date: 05/06/2023


Job Information/Description:

Associate Director, Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP)
Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS)
Office of the Director
National Cancer Institute
National Institutes of Health
Department of Health and Human Services

The Person: The NCI is seeking an innovative leader to serve as the Associate Director, Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP) in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS), National Cancer Institute (NCI) and reports directly to the Director, DCCPS. The mission of the DCCPS is to provide national and international leadership in supporting research in surveillance, epidemiology, health services, behavioral science, and cancer survivorship with the goal of reducing the burden of cancer in America. EGRP supports research in human populations to understand determinants of cancer occurrence and outcomes and translate findings to clinical and public health interventions. For more information on the division, go to https://cancercontrol.cancer.gov/index.html.

The Associate Director, EGRP coordinates the development and implementation of the mission of the EGRP to advance innovative research in human populations to understand determinants of cancer occurrence and outcomes and translate findings to clinical and public health interventions. They establish the scientific and strategic priorities for the program and advance the activities of five unique branches by allocating resources, staff, and assignments. The Associate Director also oversees the large-scale prospective Cancer Epidemiology Cohorts (CECs), a rich resource of data and biospecimen collections from diverse populations, with great potential for innovative research into cancer risks and outcomes following cancer diagnosis. Specifically, the Associate Director, EGRP is responsible for leading EGRP management and operations, including research budget planning and execution, grant portfolio management, and communications; overseeing a $200M research portfolio of approximately 300 grants, as well as interagency agreements, contracts, and numerous partnership initiatives; overseeing the implementation of numerous scientific initiatives in areas including, but not limited to, metabolic dysregulation and cancer risk, new cohorts to assess environmental exposures, patient engagement and cancer genome sequencing, cannabis and cannabinoid use in adult cancer patients during treatment, and climate change; overseeing approximately 45 scientific and administrative staff, supervising 7 staff members directly; and facilitating collaborations including with the NIH Institutes and Centers, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and many non-governmental organizations

The Associate Director, EGRP oversees the following five branches:
• Clinical and Translational Epidemiology Branch, which stimulates, promotes, and supports cancer epidemiologic research to identify clinical, genomic, and lifestyle factors that improve outcomes for cancer survivors. The branch also supports research that examines factors associated with cancer development among individuals with underlying diseases and conditions.
• Environmental Epidemiology Branch which promotes and supports epidemiologic research on modifiable risk factors and cancer in diverse populations to inform and advance the prevention and control of cancer.
• Genomic Epidemiology Branch which stimulates and supports epidemiology research in diverse populations to advance scientific knowledge on individuals’ innate susceptibility to cancer to inform prevention and control practices.
• Methods and Technologies Branch which supports innovative cancer epidemiology research, including development and adaptation of laboratory and technical approaches for large studies in human populations.
• Risk Factor Assessment Branch which develops, supports, and stimulates assessment of modifiable risk factors among individuals and diverse populations across the cancer continuum to inform and advance health promotion.

Position Requirements: Applicants must possess a doctoral level degree (e.g., Ph.D. or M.D.) in an academic field related to the health sciences or allied sciences appropriate to the work of this position and equivalent experience. The candidate must be an experienced scientist with expertise in cancer epidemiology and genomics research to manage innovated epidemiology and genomics research programs in human populations to understand determinants of cancer occurrence and outcomes and translate findings to clinical and public health interventions. The candidate must have expert knowledge of current advances and developments in cancer epidemiology and genomics research to advise NCI leadership on emerging trends and future research. The candidate must have experience collaborating with a broad range of senior medical, scientific and management staff within the NCI and across NIH, other government agencies, academic institutions and the private sector. Of special importance are strategic and scientific vision, leadership skills, and experience in the development and management of cancer epidemiology and genomics research programs and technologies, strong fiscal responsibility, an understanding of new trends in cancer research, awareness of the complex challenges facing epidemiology and genomics research, and the ability to collaborate within and between complex organizations.

Salary/Benefits: This position will be filled under a Title 42 excepted service appointment. Salary is competitive and will be commensurate with the experience of the candidate. A recruitment or relocation bonus may be available, and relocation expenses may be paid. A full package of federal Civil Service benefits is available, including retirement, health and life insurance, long term care insurance, leave, and a Thrift Savings Plan (401K equivalent). The successful candidate may be subject to a background investigation and public financial disclosure requirements.

Location: Location of the position will be as advertised but may be negotiable with certain participating program areas after selection and an onboarding period. If a remote opportunity is negotiated, the selected individual must adhere to all regulations and policies regarding remote work at NIH and in the federal government, including the signing of a remote work agreement.

How to Apply: Applicants must submit a current curriculum vitae, bibliography, and full contact details for three references. In addition, applicants must prepare two statements: a vision statement and a statement that addresses the specific qualification requirements (please limit both statements to two pages each). Apply to the vacancy at https://service.cancer.gov/nci-scss.do#/. NCI will begin accepting applications on March 1, 2023, and plans to have the position open for 30 days.

You may contact Kelly Barch at [email protected] for more information about this vacancy, as well as for questions regarding the general application process.

HHS, NIH and NCI are Equal Opportunity Employers



Contact Information:

You may contact Kelly Barch at [email protected] for more information about this vacancy, as well as for questions regarding the general application process.



Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship- UIC

Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship- UIC

Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship- UIC

Posting Date: 04/03/2023


Closing Date: 06/30/2023


Job Information/Description:

National Cancer Institute-funded post-doctoral research position is available at the University of Illinois at Chicago Cancer Health Equity and Career Development Program. The Program offers multi-disciplinary mentoring teams that bridge expertise in behavioral medicine, health policy, nutrition science, population health, cancer biomarkers, cancer health equity, and epidemiologic methods.

The traineeship provides preparation for individuals who wish to pursue an independent academic research career in cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship. The trainee will work with established investigators and will be expected to develop research proposals; produce two to three publications per year; and work with a multidisciplinary team.
This traineeship is up to two years, renewable each year contingent upon satisfactory performance. Individuals with a doctoral degree in public health, epidemiology, clinical psychology, medicine, or related allied health science degrees are encouraged to apply, as are those from underrepresented groups. Search remains open until position is filled.
Selected candidates will receive stipend support at the prescribed NIH postdoctoral level based on NIH Notice NOT-OD-23-076, as well as development funds and The Institute for Health Policy Research and University of Illinois Cancer Center support.

Additional information regarding the program, as well as a roster of current and past Fellows, can be found at http://cecdp.ihrp.uic.edu/ UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO NCI-Funded Post-Doctoral Training in Cancer Control and Prevention Applications require a letter, curriculum vitae, three samples of written materials, official transcripts, and three recommendation letters submitted to [email protected]. The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer



Additional Information:

For additional information please contact [email protected].



Contact Information:

Mackenzie Ferguson- CHECDP Coordinator- [email protected], 312-355-3894



Postdoctoral positions in Cancer Population Science

Postdoctoral positions in Cancer Population Science

Postdoctoral positions in Cancer Population Science

Posting Date: 03/31/2023


Closing Date: 08/31/2023


Job Information/Description:

The Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center (GLCCC) is seeking outstanding candidates for an NCI T32-funded, postdoctoral training program in Cancer Population Science (CPaS). We are currently recruiting for Fall 2024 as well as immediate openings.

The program focuses on preparing trainees for independent research careers with a focus on clinical and community translational research. Training faculty have a wide breadth of domain-specific expertise with funded research programs in epidemiology/biomarkers, health disparities, health services/health policy, behavioral science, cancer and aging, tobacco control, and survivorship. The program offers 2-3 years of funding, competitive salary and benefits, as well as funds for travel and research support. The fellows will be mentored to develop their own program of funded research and have access to a robust training environment.

GLCCC is the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in the nation’s capital. Fellows participate in all phases of research, from study design through manuscript preparation, and participate in a formal didactic program. There also are opportunities to participate in multidisciplinary grant writing and the development of new projects and mentor undergraduate and graduate students.

Highlights of the training environment of the CPaS Program include:
› Established clinical consortium with access to the largest cancer population in the Mid-
Atlantic
› A Minority Underserved NCORP site
› Two funded CISNET modeling groups
› The Jess and Mildred Fisher Center for Hereditary Cancer and Clinical Genomics Research
› Georgetown Lombardi Institute for Cancer and Aging
› The Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science
› The McCourt School of Public Policy
› The MedStar Health National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare

Applicants should have a PhD, MD, ScD, or DrPH in epidemiology, psychology, public health, health services, or other related field. Open to U.S. citizens and permanent residents only. Previous experience with cancer is desirable but not required.

Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability or other categories protected by law.



Contact Information:

Program details and application can be found at: https://lombardi.georgetown.edu/education/cpas-program/

Direct additional questions to [email protected]



Cancer Epidemiologists

Cancer Epidemiologists

Cancer Epidemiologists

Posting Date: 03/29/2023


Closing Date: 06/01/2023


Job Information/Description:

Join the Winthrop P. Rockefeller team and help us fight the battle against cancer.

The UAMS Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is seeking an exceptional and innovative candidate for a tenure-track Epidemiology junior or mid-career faculty position in the following disease site areas: breast, colorectal, lung, gynecological and prostate cancers. The faculty member will join a team of cancer-focused researchers examining the important cancer issues specific for Arkansas, which include the epidemiologic factors that affect the incidence and type of cancer in persistent poverty counties and rural populations.

Applicants must hold a doctorate in Epidemiology from an accredited program and be highly competent in epidemiologic research methods. Priority will be given to investigators with active extramural funding. Applicants should have a strong record of sustained productivity as a faculty member with high impact publications and extramural funding. The position will have access to substantial resources, including a multiple year robust transdisciplinary research package focused on the unique cancer burdens of Arkansas and potential for an endowed chair and/or leadership position in the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute.

This recruiting effort is made possible through significant institutional support and an annual commitment from the state of Arkansas to support the Cancer Institute’s efforts to attain NCI Designation. The Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute is the only cancer center in the state of Arkansas with a robust cancer research portfolio and a mission to improve cancer outcomes for all Arkansans. The Cancer Institute treats over 2,500 new cancer patients annually and has an extensive effort focused on delivering cancer care and conducting research in underserved populations. Its 170+ members conduct outstanding cancer research in multiple scientific programs. Cancer Institute members receive approximately $20 million in extramural cancer research funds annually, including multiple “team science” grants. The Cancer Institute has six institutional shared resource facilities, including the IDeA National Resource for Quantitative Proteomics which provides protein identification, mapping of post-translational modifications, global proteomics, and quantitative comparison of proteins in biological samples, and has recently hired 21 laboratory-based cancer researchers. A robust clinical trials infrastructure currently supports nearly 270 cancer clinical trials. UAMS is one of 57 institutions with an NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award, which supports translational research and creates a supportive environment that synergizes with the Cancer Institute to promote transdisciplinary research. UAMS researchers also lead five NIH-funded Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE’s), with three having ongoing cancer focused research activities. UAMS faculty work in collaboration with Arkansas Children’s Hospital and its Research Institute, including a USDA-funded nutrition center, to address pediatric cancer-related clinical care and research.

Applicants should send a 3-page research statement, their Curriculum Vitae, and 3 professional references directly to Recruitment Administrator, Jennifer Moulton, at [email protected]. Applications will be reviewed now through June 1, 2023. Selected applicants will join a diverse and vibrant academic community that values its researchers and is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. Applicants must be able to work in a team environment.

UAMS is an inclusive Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans and is committed to excellence.



Contact Information:

Jennifer Moulton
Faculty Recruiter
[email protected]



Post-Doctoral Fellow, Breast Cancer Epidemiology

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Breast Cancer Epidemiology

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Breast Cancer Epidemiology

Posting Date: 03/28/2023


Closing Date: 05/31/2023


Job Information/Description:

The Population Science Department invites applications for a Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in breast cancer epidemiology. Candidates with an interest in breast cancer prevention or survivorship research are encouraged to apply.

Drawing on the expertise and mentorship of epidemiologists and behavioral scientists in the Society’s Population Science Department, the fellow will design and establish an innovative and independent research portfolio that aligns with the Society’s mission and research priorities. The fellow will have access to rich research resources from the Cancer Prevention Studies (CPS)—large prospective studies with extensive data, including survey, biospecimen, Medicare, GIS linkages, and accelerometry.

The program is designed to train fellows to become independent yet highly collaborative researchers. Fellows will publish manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals, present their work at scientific meetings, contribute to the foundational scientific resources of the CPS cohorts, and help shape future CPS surveys and data collection efforts. Capitalizing on the community-facing environment at the American Cancer Society, fellows will learn to translate and communicate their findings to the general public and the media.

This position is available immediately and is based at the American Cancer Society’s Research Headquarters in Atlanta, GA. The fellow will receive funds for specialized training, conference travel, and biospecimen-based laboratory measurements or pilot studies involving new data collection, as applicable.

Position Requirements
Applicants must have a doctoral degree in epidemiology or a related field.

To learn more about the Department of Population Science, visit https://www.cancer.org/research/population-science.html.



Additional Information:

***NOTE: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Interested applicants are advised to submit their application as soon as possible. The closing date listed above is for job posting purposes only.

Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Position Type: Full-time

The American Cancer Society has adopted a vaccination policy that requires all staff, regardless of position or work location, to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (except where prohibited by state law).

ACS provides staff a generous paid time off policy; medical, dental, retirement benefits, wellness programs, and professional development programs to enhance staff skills. Further details on our benefits can be found on our careers site at: jobs.cancer.org/benefits. We are a proud equal opportunity employer.



Contact Information:

To view the full position description, please visit: https://jobs.cancer.org/job/atlanta/post-doctoral-fellow-breast-cancer-epidemiology/79/40304675200

If you are interested, please submit a cover letter that includes a research statement and a curriculum vitae to Dr. Lauren Teras, Senior Scientific Director, Population Science at [email protected].



Principal Scientist, Cancer Disparity Research

Principal Scientist, Cancer Disparity Research

Principal Scientist, Cancer Disparity Research

Posting Date: 03/23/2023


Closing Date: 06/30/2023


Job Information/Description:

JOB SUMMARY
The Population Science Department uses the collective expertise of epidemiologists, biostatisticians, and behavioral scientists to better understand the behavioral, social, environmental, and biological factors that affect cancer prevention, risk, survivorship, and survival. This research aims to refine personalized risk prediction and targeted intervention strategies, inform public health and clinical decision-making for cancer prevention and survivorship, and reduce disparities among medically vulnerable populations. Most of the work within Population Science uses the Cancer Prevention Studies (CPS), a series of large-scale prospective cohort studies built and maintained by the American Cancer Society since the 1950s. The CPS cohorts include extensive survey-based data and other data sources such as accelerometry, blood, stool, saliva, and tumor tissue. The American Cancer Society has recently approved the launch of a new cohort to better characterize cancer risk and drivers of disparate cancer outcomes in Black women. We seek a doctorally-trained scientist in epidemiology to help facilitate the development of this new cohort.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES
We are particularly interested in, but not limited to, scientists with expertise in the following areas:
– Epidemiologic study design
– Cancer health disparities
– Breast, endometrial, and colorectal cancers
– Social epidemiology
– Cancer outcomes

The scientist hired for this position will initiate and support research activities related to new cohort development in collaboration with study staff and leadership. The incumbent will also serve as a public spokesperson for Population Science and the new cohort by communicating scientific progress and outcomes of recruitment efforts to stakeholders-including American Cancer Society staff and volunteers, the scientific community, mainstream media, and the public at large. This full-time position offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the development large-scale cohort of under-represented minorities that will inform future cancer prevention and survivorship strategies. Specific responsibilities include:
– Collaborate with study management and intramural research scientists to develop protocols, consent procedures, and data use agreements.
– Engage with the American Cancer Society’s marketing and community outreach teams to build and implement recruitment strategies.
– Collaborate with study management and intramural research scientists to identify and develop data collection procedures, including questionnaire development and logistical protocols for biological and physical assessments.
– Provide programming support of external linkages (e.g., medical records, census data, cancer registries, and connection to personal devices)
– Interface with Study Management to (1) assist with participant consent process; (2) monitor data collection efforts; (3) receive and manage data deliveries; (4) oversee the manipulation, organization, and cleaning of data; and (5) track participants, as necessary.
– Facilitate regular project updates to study team and leadership.
– Assist in the documentation and reporting of scientific activities to American Cancer Society staff and stakeholders, the scientific community, and general public.
– The scientist hired will also maintain an independent scientific portfolio using data and other resources from the ongoing Cancer Prevention Studies.

Position Requirements
FORMAL KNOWLEDGE
Applicants must have a doctoral degree and post-doctoral training (or relevant experience) in epidemiology. They should have a consistent track record of publication and experience in cancer epidemiology or health equity research. The successful candidate will have experience or a strong interest in study design, including protocol development, survey design, and biospecimen collection. The candidate will be expected to contribute to the scientific leadership of the new cohort and ultimately establish an innovative, independent research portfolio that aligns with the Society’s mission and Population Science research priorities.

SKILLS
– Highly motivated with strong attention to detail and organization skills.
– Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and oral/written communication skills.
– Strong problem-solving skills and ability to produce high quality work independently.
– Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and efficiently.
– Proven leadership
– Adept at obtaining, manipulating, and processing electronic data.

SPECIALIZED TRAINING OR KNOWLEDGE
Doctoral degree in epidemiology required.

SPECIAL MENTAL OR PHYSICAL DEMANDS
Office desk work with extensive time spent typing, using a mouse, and viewing screens.

**Final title of position is subject to candidate’s qualifications**



Additional Information:

***NOTE: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Interested applicants are advised to submit their application as soon as possible. The closing date listed above is for job posting purposes only.

Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Position Type: Full-time

The American Cancer Society has adopted a vaccination policy that requires all staff, regardless of position or work location, to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (except where prohibited by state law).

ACS provides staff a generous paid time off policy; medical, dental, retirement benefits, wellness programs, and professional development programs to enhance staff skills. Further details on our benefits can be found on our careers site at: jobs.cancer.org/benefits. We are a proud equal opportunity employer.



Contact Information:

To view the full position description and apply, please visit: https://jobs.cancer.org/job/atlanta/principal-scientist-cancer-disparity-research/79/44296866848



Excellent opportunity for BC/BE Fellowship-Trained Pediatric Otolaryngologist in Utah

Excellent opportunity for BC/BE Fellowship-Trained Pediatric Otolaryngologist in Utah

Excellent opportunity for BC/BE Fellowship-Trained Pediatric Otolaryngologist in Utah

Posting Date: 03/23/2023


Closing Date: 08/31/2023


Job Information/Description:

We are seeking a third pediatric otolaryngologist to join a well-established practice in Utah County and/or Salt Lake County, Utah. Peak Pediatric Ear, Nose and Throat is part of multi-specialty practice that includes 8 otolaryngologists, 6 audiologists (including 3 with pediatric specialty certification), 3 advanced practice providers and 2 speech language pathologists. Clinics have state of the art equipment including all distal chip scopes, CT scanners, procedures rooms and in-office allergy testing.

Enjoy the benefits of private practice with access to top pediatric hospital-care including Primary Children’s Hospital, a freestanding children’s hospital and ACS-verified Level 1 pediatric trauma center, as well as the new Miller campus of Primary Children’s Hospital in Lehi. There is access to 24×7 pediatric hospitalist services in the pediatric units, PICU and NICU. There is an option to participate in multidisciplinary cleft care with the Cleft and Craniofacial Institute of Utah. There are opportunities to develop a sub-specialty niche of your choice and to manage complex as well bread-and-butter pediatric cases. Pediatric-specific call 1:3.

This opportunity includes competitive compensation, benefits package and CME allowance. This is an employed opportunity with the option for practice ownership after 1 year. There are also ample options to invest in practice real estate as well as ambulatory surgery centers.

Enjoy the benefits of living in Utah with immediate access to mountains, trails and lakes for four-season recreation including hiking, biking, skiing, boating, camping, and hunting. Close access to National Parks, including Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, and Zion. The urban center amenities include arts, music, museums and professional sports (NBA and MLS). Excellent public and private schools.

Position requirements include MD or DO degree, completion of an accredited fellowship program in Pediatric Otolaryngology, Board Certification/Eligibility in Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, and eligibility for an unrestricted Utah medical license.



Contact Information:

Dr. Jordan Schramm — [email protected] (385) 477-6800
Dr. Marisa Ryan — [email protected]
Or Charitie Horsley — [email protected]



Stem Cell Transplantation and Cellular Therapy Faculty Position

Stem Cell Transplantation and Cellular Therapy Faculty Position

Stem Cell Transplantation and Cellular Therapy Faculty Position

Posting Date: 03/17/2023


Closing Date: 07/01/2023


Job Information/Description:

The Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York and the Division of Hematology/Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation in the Department of Pediatrics at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell seeks board certified/eligible in Hematology/Oncology for a full-time faculty position in the academic-clinician/clinician-educator track with a focus on stem cell transplantation and cellular therapy.

The ideal candidate will be expected to provide outstanding clinical care, excellence in teaching, and productivity in program development and clinical/translational research with a focus on stem cell transplantation / gene therapy for hemoglobinopathies, primary immune deficiencies and/or bone marrow failure syndromes. Applicants must have an MD or MD/PhD or equivalent degree and have demonstrated excellent qualifications in education, clinical or translational research and clinical care.

Cohen Children’s Medical Center is a 202 bed tertiary children’s hospital. Clinical care is provided in an 18 bed oncology unit with 8 beds specifically designed and designated for stem cell transplantation and cellular therapy, a 13 bed Ambulatory Chemotherapy Transfusion Unit and a dedicated outpatient diagnostic center. Duties include providing outpatient and inpatient patient care services, research activities, and participation in the clinical education of medical students, residents and fellows.

Cohen Children’s Medical Center is the top-rated children’s hospital in New York State and has earned top national rankings for exceptional care in nine pediatric specialties, according to US News & World Report’s 2021-2022 Best Children’s Hospitals. As the largest provider of pediatric health services in the state, Cohen Children’s has been ranked among the nation’s top children’s hospitals by US News for 15 consecutive years.

Northwell Health includes 23 award-winning hospitals and more than 850 community based practice locations throughout Long Island, Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and Westchester. All candidates will receive competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package, and eligibility for tuition reimbursement. Physicians will be employed as members of Northwell Physician Partners, the fifth largest medical group in the country. Academic Appointment to Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell is commensurate with credentials and experience.

Please submit curriculum vitae, including bibliography and names with addresses of three references to:

Dr. Jonathan Fish, [email protected]
Head – Stem Cell Transplantation and Cellular Therapy
Pediatric Hematology / Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation
Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York / Northwell Health

Lindsay Appelman, [email protected]
Senior Physician Recruiter, Office oh Physician Recruitment, Northwell Health

EOE M/F/D/V



Contact Information:



Assistant/Associate Professor Cancer Prevention and Control

Assistant/Associate Professor Cancer Prevention and Control

Assistant/Associate Professor Cancer Prevention and Control

Posting Date: 03/01/2023


Closing Date: 03/01/2024


Job Information/Description:

Assistant/Associate Professor Cancer Prevention and Control

Department:
SOM Department of Population Health
—–
Population Health Faculty

Position Title:
Assistant/Associate Professor Cancer Prevention and Control

Job Family Group:
Academic

Job Description Summary:
The University of Kansas Cancer Center (KUCC) and Department of Population Health seek candidates of exceptional potential and emerging scholarship to enhance our Cancer Prevention and Control research portfolio. We seek outstanding candidates who will play a major role in KUCC’s population science initiatives to address cancer health disparities across the life course, including tobacco control; lifestyle/obesity and biomarkers of cancer risk; cancer genetics; screening, early detection and care delivery through cancer survivorship. Ideal candidates will have a progressive research agenda aimed at accelerating uptake of evidence-based practices using innovative approaches and rigorous methods. Multiple hires are expected for 12-mos tenure-track positions for first time or late Assistant Professor. Mid-career investigators may also be considered.

The University of Kansas Cancer Center is the region’s only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, where patients gain access to the most promising therapies, cutting-edge clinical trials and world-class research. The Cancer Prevention and Control Program includes over 50 scientists across 3 campuses and multiple schools and departments (e.g., Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Nursing, Nutrition, Population Health, Psychology) across KU Medical Center, KU Lawrence, and Children’s Mercy Hospital. The Masonic Cancer Alliance is the KUCC outreach network linking hospital, oncologists and primary care physicians, nurses, patients and their families throughout Kansas and Western Missouri to advance quality and reach of prevention and early detection, treatment and survivorship care across the Heartland. KUCC investigators have access to exceptional campus resources to support diverse community engagement and recruitment, quantitative analytics and health informatics, with multiple opportunities for collaboration across clinical areas, the KU School of Health Professions, School of Nursing, KU Alzheimer’s Disease Center, KU Diabetes Institute, and Frontiers Clinical and Translational Science Institute.

The Department of Population Health, located in the School of Medicine, provides a robust, interdisciplinary research environment in an academic medical center setting. The Department is committed to addressing rural and urban health inequities through sustained partnership with community organizations, government agencies, health systems and other stakeholders serving diverse communities and across the care delivery continuum in our rapidly growing, multicultural Midwest context. The Department has hosted the statewide Kansas Cancer Registry since 1994. In addition to a record of partnership with state and regional health authorities, population health scientists have long-standing collaborations with many community and clinical partners in both urban and rural locations, providing a rich environment for impactful implementation science and community-engaged research. With faculty on three campuses – Kansas City, Wichita, Salina – the Department is the academic home for graduate education leading to the MHSA, MPH, MSCR, and PhD.

Competitive candidates will have a demonstrable research focus in a population science, such as behavioral interventions, epidemiology, healthcare delivery research, implementation science, or outcomes and health services research. Joint or secondary appointments for clinician investigators are possible.

Job Description:

Required Qualifications:

• Doctorate or equivalent with training in a population health field (e.g. nursing, medicine or public health; health-related behavioral or social sciences).
• Demonstratable research focus in Cancer Prevention and Control, as above.
• Potential for extramural funding via participation in recent grants and/or contracts, appropriate to rank.
• Record of scholarship in peer-reviewed publications, appropriate to rank.

Preferred Qualifications:

• Evidence of principal investigator status.
• Evidence of team science, implementation science, and/or translational science.
• Experience supervising and mentoring doctoral students.

Job Duties Outlined:

• Maintain an ongoing program of research and training, with external funding, appropriate to expertise.
• Collaborate with other faculty members via interdisciplinary research teams.
• Teach and participate in graduate courses and curriculum development.
• Participate in the intellectual life of KUCC, the Department and School of Medicine, e.g., faculty committees and activities.

• Provide other services to the school, university, profession, and community, as appropriate.
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Chair.

KUMC works to foster an inclusive professional community that promotes and sustains diversity in all our endeavors. We actively encourage applications from members of groups underrepresented in the biomedical sciences, people of all genders, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. KUMC is an equal opportunity employer; all qualified applicants will receive consideration.

Required Documents:

• CV
• Cover Letter addressing preparation and vision for research, service, and teaching.
• Professional statement on academic diversity, equity and inclusion – describe your experience in working with diverse groups of people and how that informs your academic mission (approx. 1 page)
• No more than 3 sample publications
• Name and contact information of 3 potential academic references

Employee Type:
Regular

Time Type:
Full time

Application Instructions:

To learn more and apply online, please visit https://apptrkr.com/3939486 or go to https://careers.kumc.edu/ and search for position number JR005068.

Applications must be submitted directly through the KU Medical Center website to be considered for this position. Any applications submitted via email or this website will NOT be reviewed or considered.

About KU Medical Center:

The University of Kansas Medical Center’s mission is to educate exceptional health care professionals through a full range of undergraduate, graduate, professional, postdoctoral and continuing education programs in the schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions. KU Medical Center also advances the health sciences through world-class research programs; provides compassionate and state-of-the-art patient care in an academic medical center environment; and works with communities in every Kansas county to improve the health of Kansans. Learn more at http://www.kumc.edu/.

Benefits:

KUMC offers a range of great benefits that support employees and eligible family members. Our health insurance benefits begin on hire date and KUMC offers other exciting benefits such as paid parental leave, generous employer retirement contributions and other resources to improve health and well-being. For more information, please visit https://www.kumc.edu/human-resources/benefits.html

Can you also include the following EEO statement on all of our advertising locations: KU is an EO/AAE. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, genetic information or protected Veteran status. http://policy.ku.edu/IOA/nondiscrimination

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