TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH, MEDICAL ONCOLOGY, Huntsman Cancer Institute and University of Utah. Huntsman Cancer Institute and the Oncology Division in the Department of Internal Medicine are making a major investment in building our Translational Research Program. We are recruiting outstanding physician scientists with an interest in forging collaborations with a vibrant team of clinicians and scientists. Our existing faculty conduct cutting edge clinical and translational research in oncology, with a particular interest in immunotherapy, gastrointestinal or genitourinary malignancies, melanoma, or sarcoma (http://healthcare.utah.edu/huntsmancancerinstitute/research/ ).
We are recruiting faculty candidates in the tenure track; rank depending on qualifications. Candidates must have a MD or combined MD, PhD and an established or highly promising translational research career. Recruitment is ongoing until a suitable candidate(s) is identified or the search is closed.
Please apply online with a Curriculum Vitae that includes contact information for at least 3 references, and letter of interest at the following link: http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/101292
Inquiries for additional information may be sent to Dr. Saundra Buys, Professor and Division Chief,
c/o Erica Adamson, Erica.Adamson@hsc.utah.edu
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