Associate Professor Deputy Senior Physician or Head Physician within the clinical pathology Service Starting date: to be agreed Place: Lausanne, Switzerland
The selected person will be responsible for the cytopathology unit, will provide high quality diagnosis in this area, and a Rapid On Site Examination (ROSE) service for echo-endoscopic guided punctures (EBUS / EUS). She/he will be responsible for updating the procedures and diagnostic and operational procedures in cytology, and will ensure the development of this subspecialty by ensuring a good integration between cytology and surgical pathology within the Service. She/he will contribute to the diagnosis in at least one additional subspecialty area, on-calls and intraoperative frozen section examinations. She/he will lead a translational research program in collaboration with existing groups. She/he will participate in pre-graduate, post-graduate, and continuing education. She/he will be responsible for the training in cytology of pathology assisting physicians and director of advanced training in cytopathology.
- Holds a federal diploma of doctor and a specialization FMH in pathology and cytopathology, or of a title recognized by the Federal Commission of the medical professions (MEBEKO), and a doctoral thesis
- Strong training in surgical pathology, excellent professional experience in hospital, expertise in cytopathology and in one or more other surgical pathology subspecialty
- Rigorous, collegial, flexible, proactive, with a spirit of openness, scientific curiosity and personal commitment, in the sense of organization and skills in analysis, synthesis and planning
- Experience in clinical management and team supervision
- Experience in interdisciplinary collaboration and human resources, organizational and managerial skills
- Teaching ability at pre-graduate and postgraduate levels
- Ability to conduct a research program likely to attract funding outside the institution
- Good knowledge of French or ability to acquire quickly.
Further information may be obtained from Prof. Laurence De Leval (email@example.com), Head of Service.
Applications, in English, will include a motivation letter, a curriculum vitae, a copy of the five most relevant publications, as well as names and contact information of three referees, a brief statement of research interests and teaching experience and a copy of diplomas. They should be submitted online by October 20th 2019 (23:59 GMT+1) to wwwfbm.unil.ch/releve/application/ as a single PDF file.
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Seeking to promote an equitable representation of woman and men among their staff, the University and the Lausanne University Hospital encourage applications from women.