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Tyler & Company has been retained for an exciting search for Benign Hematologist for UR Medicine’s Wilmot Cancer Institute.
The Organization: The University of Rochester’s Division of Hematology-Oncology and Wilmot Cancer Institute (WCI) are the major resource for comprehensive cancer care, research, education and community outreach in central New York state. WCI, a component of Strong Memorial Hospital, offers patients and their families comprehensive services, including one of Upstate New York’s largest blood and marrow transplant programs, and the Rochester area’s only ACOS-accredited breast cancer center. WCI is home to the region’s first survivorship clinic and offers clinical trials of new therapies and options that may not be available anywhere else Upstate. WCI employs more than 130 physicians providing oncology care, more than 400 registered nurses and advanced practice providers, and a team of scientists who investigate many aspects of cancer, with an emphasis on how best to provide precision cancer care.
The Opportunity: The hematology-oncology division at WCI, located at the University of Rochester, is recruiting an outstanding hematology board-certified/board-eligible clinical investigator for an expanding academic and clinical program. Reporting to Michael Becker, MD, he/she will join a team of benign hematologists who work collaboratively with the other members of the division. A three-year ACGME accredited fellowship program in hematology/oncology is offered, which requires a three- to six-month rotation in the benign hematology clinic.
The Candidate: The successful candidate must have a Doctor of Medicine degree (MD or MD/PhD) and be board certified/board eligible in hematology. Successful applicants will have demonstrated outstanding research relevant to benign hematology and are expected to establish or have established independent or collaborative research programs having the potential for NIH-level grant or other lines of funding support. Additionally, the candidate will be expected to advise fellows, residents and medical students, and should possess creativity and strong interpersonal skills in order to work with a collaborative and diverse faculty. Faculty rank and line will be determined by the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.
The Community: Rochester consistently receives high rankings nationally as a “most livable city”, for overall quality of life, and as one of the very best places to raise a family. Situated east of Buffalo, west of Syracuse and northwest of New York City, it is at the center of a large metropolitan area that includes the neighboring counties of Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne.
For more information please visit the position specification.
University of Rochester/Wilmot Cancer Institute is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
If you know someone who may be interested, please contact:
Amy Z. Rose, MLIS, Senior Consultant
All inquiries will be handled confidentially.