The Department of Pediatrics Patient Care at MD Anderson Cancer Center is seeking a full time faculty position at the level of Associate Professor.
This term tenure clinical faculty position in the division of Pediatrics will:
Establish and maintain a successful and robust academic practice, clinical trials portfolio, and educational program in pediatric leukemia/lymphoma.
Maintain a supportive research, teaching, and clinical practice environment for trainees and clinical team members.
Provide clinical expertise in patient care management and an appropriate research and teaching environment for fellows, residents, and students in the specialties of pediatric oncology, clinical trials research, and in areas appropriate to the faculty member's training.
Participate in developing a world?class operation that cares for patients with cancer, leading multiple innovative clinical translational trials, writing high?impact papers, obtaining peer? reviewed and other funding, and developing educational programs for residents, fellows and visiting physicians.
Medical Education and Experience
Candidates must have a medical degree and residency requirement as defined by the Texas Medical Board. Completed residency training in an approved American Residency Program or equivalent. Must be board certified or board eligible in American Board of Pediatrics. Must be board certified in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology or Medical Oncology or foreign equivalent if applicable, or obtain board certification within four years of employment. 5 years’ experience as Assistant Professor or equivalent or 10 years post clinical degree.
For initial screening, qualified applicants should send a letter of interest and CV to:
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