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Duke University - Hematopathology Faculty Position




A Clinical-Reseach Track Academic Faculty Positions Open in Hematopathology Division at Duke University Medical Center and Duke Cancer Institute

The Department of Pathology at Duke University Medical Center invites applications for a Clinical-Research Track faculty position in hematopathology division due to clinical and translational research advance in Hematology/Oncology field. Clinical responsibilities will be at 25% and include evaluation and sign-out of bone marrow, lymph node, and other hematopathology specimens, including interpreting flow cytometry, molecular diagnostic, cytogentic and NGS results. Research responsibilities will be at 75%. Successful candidates will be expected to have NIH/NCI funded program (lymphoma, myeloma, leukemia and stem cells) with excellent diagnostic pathology abilities with strong motivation and skill in teaching and to participate in clinical, education and research functions.

The Hematopathology Division is one of the busiest service Divisions in the Department at the Duke Medical Center. The Hematopathology Division has built several large lymphoma consortia in the nation. Current research programs include genomic, epigenomic and gene expression profiling in large series of 6,000 patients with lymphoma and lymphoid diseases. Lymphoma multicenter collaboration systems have been established with rich translational research resources and cancer center support.

The Department of Pathology and University provide support for nationally recognized academic and clinical services, including the NCI-designated Cancer Center, Duke University Hospital. There is a broad referral foundation that drives a busy clinical service. This work is supported by state-of-the-art histology, flow cytometry, molecular diagnostics, and cytogenetics laboratories, world-class bioinformatics and core facilities. An excellent training program with fellows, residents, and medical students complements the clinical functions. All these academic activity occurs within the rich academic environment of Duke University School of Medicine, providing an excellent environment for professional and academic career development.

Board certification in anatomic and/or clinical pathology, subspecialty training in hematopathology, flow cytometry and molecular diagnostics, and eligibility for licensure in the State of North Carolina are required. Salary is based upon background and experience. Strong startup fund will be supported.

Located in the beautiful geographical region of the nation, Duke University Medical Center is one of the leading medical research and teaching institutions. Durham/Chapel Hill, NC is a growing cosmopolitan area with a population exceeding 1.6 million, diverse entertainment, ~80 pharmaceutical and biotechology enterprises including Apple and Amazon branches, excellent schools, decent atmosphere, and extensive access to outdoor landscape and ocean activities.

Interested candidates with strong clinical and translational research skills should submit curriculum vitae and three letters of reference (cc to my AA, Donna Noblitt and my attention).

If you have any question, please feel free to contact Donna Noblitt (my AA).

Donna Noblitt
Staff Assistant to Dr. Ken H. Young, MD, PhD
Duke University Health System
Department of Pathology
40 Duke Medicine Circle
Green Zone, 3rd Floor, Room 315M
Durham, NC 27710
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 1-919-681-8291

Dr. Ken H. Young, MD, PhD
Cc: Donna Noblitt
Professor and Director
Division of Hematopathology
Duke University Medical Center
Duke Cancer Institute
Durham, NC 27710
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 1-919-668-7568

Duke University and Medical Center are affirmative action and equal opportunity employers.