This opportunity is for a strong physician scientist or scientist for dual appointment to the Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Institute and Department of Cancer Biology in the Lerner Research Institute/Cleveland Clinic. The ideal candidate will be a mid-career physician scientist or scientist at the level of assistant professor or above. Clinician scientists will have an active medical license and the ability to see patients one day a week or equivalent, while devoting the remainder of their time to research. The research focus will be in a pediatric cancer-related area and preferably translational. There is a strong interest in recruiting a researcher with an interest in cancer genomics/personalized medicine. The successful applicant will have a demonstrable track record of accomplishments in publications, grant funding, mentoring, and the ability to collaborate. Clinic has a strong commitment to diversity; all qualified candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Interested candidates are asked to submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, NIH biosketch, a brief 1-2 page research statement including a future research plan, and the names of 3 references to:
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