The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the Division of Hematology in the Department of Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania seek candidates for an Assistant Professor position in the non-tenure clinician-educator track.
The position is for an individual with demonstrated success in scientific research in the area of inflammatory causes of thrombotic disorders. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated interest in sepsis or other disorders in which neutrophils and neutrophil extracellular traps are key. A focus on clinical participation in the hematologic guidance of care of pediatric sepsis patients combined with ongoing research in this area is desirable.
Applicants must have an M.D or M.D./Ph.D. degree and have demonstrated excellent qualifications in clinical care, education, and research. Candidates must be board certified in pediatric hematology/oncology or be board eligible and within five years of fellowship.
We seek candidates who embrace and reflect diversity in the broadest sense. The University of Pennsylvania and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are EOEs. Minorities/ Women/ Individuals with disabilities/ Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.
Internal Number: UPEN-464
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