Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania seek candidates for an Assistant Professor position in the non-tenure clinician educator track. Expertise is required in the specific area of pediatric anatomic pathology and molecular pathology, with a particular focus on pediatric solid tumors and vascular anomalies. Applicants must have an M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. or equivalent degree. American Board of Pathology certification is required in Anatomic Pathology or Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. American Board of Pathology certification or eligibility in both Pediatric Pathology and Molecular Pathology is required. Eligibility for licensure in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is required.
Teaching responsibilities may include teaching and mentoring of medical students, pathology residents and fellows.
Clinical responsibilities may include regular participation in the surgical pathology, autopsy, perinatal, and molecular services and on call rotation.
Research or scholarship responsibilities may include developing a national reputation in an area of academic focus, with this work being either investigator-initiated or collaborative and associated with appropriate publications and some degree of funding. The Perelman School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are known for emphasis on translational research and the candidate will be expected to demonstrate a strong record/potential in clinical, translational or collaborative research.
The successful applicant will have completed residency training in either Anatomic Pathology or Anatomic and Clinical Pathology as well as fellowship training in Pediatric Pathology and Molecular Pathology and will work with Faculty in both the Divisions of Anatomic Pathology and Genomic Diagnostics.
The position will be based within the Divisions of Anatomic Pathology and Genomic Diagnostics at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
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