The Division of Hematology, Oncology, and Transplantation in the Department of Medicine at the University of Minnesota is seeking Adult Oncologists/Hematologists.
Provide care for complex patients, predominately outpatient at the Masonic Cancer Clinic - the hub for patients referred from the regional network of oncology sites of the University of Minnesota Health - Cancer Care along with some inpatient care for patients on the oncology service and those needing consultation from other hospital services.
Our oncologists participate in site specific teams of physicians and medical specialists focusing on a given tumor site. We particularly seek candidates with special interests in the management of genitourinary, gastrointestinal, and neurologic cancers, in addition to broad oncology interests as well.
New faculty will be members of a large, active academic division with the opportunity to develop and participate in a variety of translational and clinical research projects, an NIH-funded training program and our NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. Area of research expertise is open, but candidates with interests in cancer survivorship, therapeutics, quality improvement and cancer screening are especially welcome.
This is a full-time Clinical Scholar Academic position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. The appointment consists of up to 75% clinical / + 25% research and scholarly activity which may vary depending on the assignment and experience in clinical and translational research.
Ideal candidate would have at least 3-5 years of clinical experience with formal research training and experience preferred, but not required.
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