The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Kentucky is recruiting a board certified surgical pathologist. Fellowship training or strong interest in Cytopathology, Genitourinary, Gynecologic or Pulmonary pathology preferred. The successful candidate would join an academic hospital-based practice and engage primarily in anatomic pathology subspecialty clinical service and teaching duties. Interested applicants are also encouraged to participate in an active research program appropriate to title series and rank. This open-rank position is available March 1, 2023.
The department (http://pathology.med.uky.edu/
)is an integrated department of pathology with successful programs in anatomic and clinical pathology, a vibrant educational program for medical students, residents and fellows as well as a nationally-recognized research program in neuropathology and research affiliations with the Markey Cancer Center. There is a strong institutional commitment to maintain and enhance research and clinical excellence within the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
This position affords an excellent career opportunity in a vibrant and growing academic healthcare center with six healthcare colleges. The university is located in Lexington, Kentucky, a family-friendly dynamic medium-sized city with excellent schools, housing, cultural opportunities and outdoor activities (http://www.visitlex.com/
Upon offer of employment, successful applicants for certain positions must pass a pre-employment drug screen and undergo a national background check as required by University of Kentucky Human Resources.
Applications should include an up to date curriculum vitae and letter of interest. Questions may be directed to C. Darrell Jennings, MD, Professor and Chairman, via email at email@example.com
The University of Kentucky considers the health, safety and well-being of our entire community to be a top priority. In alignment with this priority, all new hires must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or obtain an approved medical or religious exemption as a condition of employment. For areas that fall under the federal CMS mandate, start of employment cannot occur until two weeks after receiving the full COVID-19 vaccination series or upon obtaining an approved exemption. Only vaccines approved by the World Health Organization
can be accepted.