The Department of Pediatrics at Seattle Children's Hospital/University of Washington School of Medicine is recruiting one or two full-time academic investigators to join our Leukemia/Lymphoma team. The position may be full-time Assistant Professor without tenure or Associate Professor without tenure commensurate with experience. The successful applicant will be a board-eligible or board-certified pediatric hematologist/oncologist (MD, DO or foreign equivalent required).
The vision for the Leukemia/Lymphoma Program is to serve as a national center of excellence for the treatment of children with high-risk leukemia and lymphoma. Our program boasts international leadership and collaboration through the Seattle Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center, Ben Town's Childhood Cancer Research Center, and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center. Therefore, our patients have unique access to a large portfolio of novel therapies including immunotherapy, targeted therapies, and a variety of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation strategies.
The applicant should be an outstanding clinician and strong teacher, with interest and experience in developing clinical research initiatives. The successful applicant will have sufficient expertise to function as or develop into a national leader for the treatment of children with leukemia and lymphoma.
Seattle Children's serves as a tertiary referral center, with referrals from Washington, Alaska, Montana, Wyoming and Idaho. The hospital recently had a significant expansion including a state of the art 48-bed cancer care unit.
Interested persons should send a CV/Resume and References to: Todd M. Cooper, DO Associate Professor Cancer and Blood Disorders Center Seattle Children's Hospital Office: 4800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105 Mail: M/S MB8.501 PO Box 5371, Seattle, WA 98145-5005 Email: Todd.Cooper@seattlechildrens.org
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