The Hemophilia Center, within the Institute of Development and Disability (IDD), in conjunction with the Division of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (PHO), both within the Department of Pediatrics at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) and Doernbecher Children's Hospital, are seeking a pediatric hematologist at the assistant/associate professor level with interest in building a comprehensive and inter-disciplinary thrombosis program.
Access to renowned interventional radiologists and vascular surgeons at OHSU allows for state-of-the-art thrombosis care in a pediatric setting. There is ample opportunity for collaboration with services across the Department of Pediatrics to develop best practice and team-based care at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, including a busy inpatient pediatric unit, pediatric intensive care unit, and neonatal intensive care unit. In addition, Doernbecher Children’s Hospital recently became a level-1 trauma center, which offers additional opportunity for collaboration to create venous thromboembolism prevention and treatment guidelines in this population. The hematology team is well supported by clinical research staff, allowing for participation in investigator-initiated, single-site, and multi-institutional research studies.
This position includes clinical, scholarship, teaching, and administrative responsibilities within the Hemophilia Center as well as similar responsibilities within the Division of PHO. Ideal candidates will have particular expertise in benign hematology, and a track record of conducting research in thrombosis. Experience with program building is not required as mentorship in this area is available through our program.
Provide expert and compassionate clinical care to pediatric patients with clotting as well as to the general pediatric hematology population in the outpatient and inpatient setting at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital and associated outreach clinical sites.
Practice in collaboration with faculty and staff of the Hemophilia Center and the Division of PHO.
Serve as the medical director for the to-be-developed comprehensive thrombosis program, providing oversight and leadership for collaborative, evidence-based medical care.
For the candidate pursuing a clinical research career path, conduct clinical research and/or educational or quality improvement research/curriculum development at OHSU.
Fund these opportunities as necessary through grants and contracts.
Participate in the education of students, trainees, colleagues, and staff in conjunction with clinical and research efforts.
Further educational responsibilities are negotiable.
Assume responsibilities as assigned by the Director of the Hemophilia Center as well as the Division Head of PHO.
Serve on committees and councils of OHSU.
Serve in professional societies with the knowledge of the Division Head of PHO and Director of the Hemophilia Center.
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Applicants must have:
An MD or DO degree or the foreign equivalent
Oregon medical licensure or eligibility for licensure
Board certification in Pediatrics
Board certification or eligibility for board certification in Pediatric Hematology-Oncology
At least 2 years of post-fellowship experience preferred (but not required)
Additional Salary Information: The Department of Pediatrics at OHSU has a consistent compensation plan for all faculty. Particulars of the compensation plan will be discussed during the initial interview.
Internal Number: IRC78484
About The Hemophilia Center at OHSU
The Hemophilia Center at OHSU is one of 8 federally-supported regional hemophilia centers nationwide. We serve people with hereditary bleeding and clotting disorders in Oregon and southwest Washington. The center serves people with hemophilia A (factor VIII deficiency), hemophilia B (factor IX deficiency) and other hereditary clotting disorders such as von Willebrand's disease, as well as those affected by inherited clotting disorders. As the regional core treatment center, we collaborate with the federally-supported centers at the following institutions: Washington Center for Blood Disorders in Seattle, Washington; Seattle Children's Hospital in Seattle, Washington; Providence Sacred Heart Children's Hospital in Spokane, Washington; St. Luke's Hemophilia Center in Boise, Idaho; Bleeding Disorders Center of Alaska in Anchorage, Alaska; Arizona Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center at Phoenix Children's Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona; Arizona Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona; University of Colorado Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center in Denver, Colorado; Ted R. Montoya Hemophilia Program in Albuquerque, New Mexico; and Intermountain Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah.