The Cincinnati Children’s Cancer & Blood Diseases Institute is expanding the basic, translation and clinical research programs in pediatric neuro-oncology. We seek outstanding candidates for a full-time faculty member at the Brain Tumor Center. The Neuro-Oncology Section at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center provides care to a diverse group of children and young adults with brain and CNS tumors from the region as well as national and international referrals. Patients have access to participation in numerous clinical trials both through trial consortia (COG Phase I consortium, Pediatric Brain tumor Consortium, CONNECT) and investigator-initiated trials supported by a strong research environment and robust clinical trial infrastructure. Candidates must possess a MD, MBBS or DO degree and have a strong record of research productivity, commensurate with level of appointment. Successful applicants will have completed specific fellowship training in pediatric neuro-oncology or have a proven track record of clinical care in childhood brain tumors. Responsibilities include contributing to a diverse clinical practice, participating in the brain tumor center research program, and teaching residents and fellows. Integrated collaboration for team bench to bedside translational research is a requisite for the position, with potential for leadership in pediatric neuro-oncology.
Interested candidates should provide CV and Cover Letter and send it to:
Dr. Peter deBlank / Associate Professor of Oncology
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Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is a 695+ 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.
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