The Division of Hematology, Oncology, and Transplantation is recruiting a full-time physician on the clinical academic track specializing in malignant hematology with a special emphasis in plasma cell disorders. We are seeking an energetic, self-starting professional who desires to develop an academic, patient-centered plasma cell disorders program, in close collaboration with established basic and translational scientists at the University of Minnesota. The successful applicant will have a strong desire to work within a multidisciplinary team involving scientists, pathologists, radiation oncologists, and other members of our academic community.
Division of Hematology, Oncology, and Transplantation
Department of Medicine
University of Minnesota Medical School
As the multi-specialty group practice for the faculty of the University of Minnesota Medical School, University of Minnesota Physicians has more than 950 physicians and 1,600 health professionals, providing clinical care in over 100 specialty and subspecialty areas. Our mission is three-fold: delivering exceptional patient care, advancing medicine through research, and training the next generation of health professionals. The Masonic Cancer Center operates a busy hematologic malignancy clinic, serving the Twin Cities area, with outreach throughout the state of Minnesota, founded on a solid basic and clinical science research base. Our clinicians work closely with basic scientists to bring cutting-edge therapies to patients with hematologic malignancies.
Candidates must have a M.D. or D.O., be eligible to obtain a Minnesota medical license, and be board eligible or board certified in Hematology and/or Oncology. Applicants must possess the leadership skills to manage change and communicate effectively in a rapidly expanding department. Enthusiasm, a collaborative nature, and an interest in cultivating a thriving academic hematology practice are essential to the success of the program.
Fellowship trained in hematology and/or oncology.
1-5 years of experience in plasma cell disorders management, with experience in non-transplant cellular therapies.
Focused interest in clinical and translational plasma cell disorders research.
Experience in running investigator-initiated, cooperative group, and/or industry-sponsored clinical trials.
Track record of publication and grant writing focused on plasma cell disorders.
Plans to apply for an NIH K award or similar grant within 1-2 years.
Experience collaborating with individuals across multiple departments, practices and health systems.
Internal Number: 325396
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