Assistant Professor of Pathology (non-tenure track) with head and neck/endocrine focus: The Division of Anatomic Pathology of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Presbyterian of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is seeking a pathologist, board certified in Anatomic Pathology, with Head and Neck/Endocrine Pathology (ENT) subspecialty training and academic interest. UPMCPresbyterian is the premier teaching hospital of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Health System and it is responsible for 46,000 surgical accessions with a significant head and neck/endocrine caseload (approximately 6,000 cases). The candidate would be primarily responsible for signout of biopsies and resection specimens along with three other committed ENT pathologists, on a bench exclusively devoted to Head and Neck/Endocrine pathology as part of our Center of Excellence model. The Head and Neck/Endocrine pathology section enjoys a close working relationship with the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology at the UPMC School of Dentistry, as well as the Department of Otolaryngology which is consistently ranked among the top 5 programs in the country. This section also supports a fully accredited Head and Neck/Endocrine Pathology fellowship, which is among the longest standing of its kind. Candidates would have extensive involvement in translational molecular pathology utilizing the shared resources of our molecular anatomic pathology and FISH laboratories. Individuals would be provided with a significant start-up package with guaranteed protected time. The Department provides state-of-the-art research resources in immunohistochemistry, FISH, topographic genotyping, confocal microscopy, array CGH, and microchip analysis. A record of and commitment to scholarly activities and publications is required. Involvement in clinicopathologic studies, collaborations with clinician scientists and teaching of residents, fellows, and medical students is essential. The applicant should be a US citizen or permanent resident.
Application Process: Please send an introductory letter, your curriculum vitae, and the names of three references to: Samuel A. Yousem, MD; Vice-Chairmen and Director of Anatomic Pathology Services; UPMC Health System Presbyterian Campus A610; Department of Pathology; 200 Lothrop Street; Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2582; Phone: 412-647-6193; Fax: 412-647-3399; E-mail: email@example.com.
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