University of Rochester Associate Professor of Clinical - 219022 in Rochester, New York
Associate Professor of Clinical
School of Medicine & Dentistry
Full Time 40 hours Grade 000 Pathology & Lab Medicine M&D
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry, in Rochester NY is seeking a AP/CP board eligible pathologist or a PhD with expertise in clinical chemistry to assume the role as Medical Director of a Clinical Trials unit. Under direction from the Chair of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine the Clinical Trials Medical Director is responsible for leading the clinical aspects of the Clinical Trials department. The Medical Director serves as a key clinical resource for Clinical Trials clients (Pharmas, CRO's, Medical Centers) in particular interacting with Sponsors, Principal Investigators and Medical Monitors. The rank and detail of the position are flexible with a range of leadership opportunities commensurate with the candidate's experience and goals. The position may have an academic component which may include laboratory-based basic or translational research, or clinical research.
With more than one million residents in the metropolitan area, Rochester, NY offers all the cultural, recreational, and educational amenities of a large city, but with nearby open spaces and lakes providing options for lifestyles from urban to rural, all with easy commutes. Rochester has been highly ranked for "quality of life" and recently as one of the "Top 10 U.S. Cities to Raise a Family".
Interested individuals should apply on-line to Job posting #219022 at http://www.rochester.edu/working/hr/jobs/ and forward their cover letter, curriculum vitae and three references to the Search Committee Chair, Bruce R. Smoller, MD, c/o Sue Van Thof at firstname.lastname@example.org
Post-offer health assessments and drug testing is required to be performed on-site.
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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