The UT MD Anderson Cancer Center is recruiting for an open rank, term tenure track position in the Department of Radiation Oncology with an anticipated start date of September 2020. This position will be appointed and credentialed through the Department of Radiation Oncology at MD Anderson. The major clinical focus for this faculty will be on the treatment of GYN malignancies. The successful applicant will assist in the development and enhancement of the department's ability to provide clinical expertise in the multidisciplinary care of patients and other symptoms associated with their radiation treatment. The successful applicant will develop a robust clinical/translational research program that advances the therapeutic paradigm. Faculty are also expected to participate in the teaching of faculty, fellows and residents. This is an exciting opportunity to practice in a cutting edge clinical environment, engage in clinical and/or laboratory research and teach. Applicants at all ranks will be considered.
Doctorate-level degree in a field appropriate to faculty role or department mission
Licensed to practice as a physician in the State of Texas
Board Certified (or obtained within departmental timeline)
Two years’ experience as Instructor or 5 years post degree
Please apply by sending a current CV and letter of experience and interest to:
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Internal Number: Open Rank, Term Tenure Tr
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