Cincinnati Children's Cancer & Blood Diseases Institute is expanding its basic, translational, and clinical research programs in pediatric and young adult leukemia and lymphoma. We are seeking outstanding candidates at the Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor level for 2 clinical investigator faculty positions in our Leukemia/Lymphoma Center. Successful applicants will be integrated in our expanding basic and translational clinical oncology research teams in immune & cellular therapies, early drug development & phase I studies, applied genomics, quality/process improvement scholar program, and adolescent/young adult (AYA) oncology. Candidates must possess a MD, MBBS or DO degree and have a strong record of research productivity, commensurate with level of appointment. Integrated collaboration for team bench to bedside translational research is a requisite for the position, with potential for leadership in a hematologic malignancy disease area. They will join a large thriving and NIH/NCI and Leukemia Lymphoma Society funded program with over 30 basic science and clinical investigators focused on childhood leukemia and lymphoma, and an NHLBI center for Molecular Hematology. Core research programs include gene and cellular therapies, leukemia drug design/discovery, translational leukemia evolution & single cell genomics, high density/big data analytics and host genomics, next gen safety, and novel particle therapy research.
Cincinnati Children's has one of the world’s largest pediatric research programs ranking 2nd among all pediatric institutions in funding from the National Institutes of Health. We are ranked among the top global pediatric cancer programs, having been ranked #1 twice in the past five years by US News and World Report. Cincinnati Children’s is an international referral center for pediatric and young adult phase I clinical trials and stem cell transplantation. Cincinnati Children's sees over 500 new & relapse oncology patients per year, and is a core institution of the NCI Pediatric Phase I/Pilot Consortium, Therapeutic Advances in Childhood Leukemia & Lymphoma consortium, Pediatric Brain Tumor Consortium, Department of Defense Neurofibromatosis Consortium, New Approaches to Neuroblastoma Treatment Consortium, Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Consortium, and select studies of the SARC and POETIC consortia. Our program includes an advanced pediatric cancer drug discovery effort coupled with computational biology, chemoinformatics, and high-throughput/high-content screening capability. Multiple cores support basic and translational research, including genomics, mouse models of leukemia/avatars, and stem cell and gene/viral vector therapy.
Contact: Please send curriculum vitae & cover letter to:
Physician & Faculty Recruiter
Senior Specialist - Talent Acquisition
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Internal Number: 00000
About Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is a 550+ bed institution located in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is a leading medical research and teaching hospital consistently ranking among the top three pediatric hospitals in the nation. We are also the second- highest ranking recipient of research grants from the National Institutes of Health among pediatric institutions. Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is among the three best children's hospitals in the United States overall according to U.S. News and World Report.
Voted as U.S. News World and Report's top 50 Places to Live in the United States, Cincinnati boasts affordable living, short commute times, mild weather, nationally ranked schools and a boisterous city with entertainment, sports and the arts.
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