Sacramento, California
Competitive salary and benefits
Sep 11, 2017
Sep 21, 2017
Full Time


(Clinical Investigator or Clinician Series)


The Division of Hematology and Oncology, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis is seeking two full-time candidates for academic positions as an Assistant or Associate Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine (Clinical “Investigator” or  “Clinician” series).  Candidates must possess an MD degree, be board-certified in Internal Medicine and hematology and/or medical oncology and be eligible for licensure in the state of California.

Primary responsibilities of this position are to be engaged in teaching, research, patient care, and University public service. This position will focus on clinical care of patients and research related to stem cell transplantation, hematologic malignancy, and or immunology related to graft versus host or graft versus tumor effects.  Incumbents will contribute to become a leader in the development, administration, accrual and analysis of patients onto clinical trials aimed to improve the care of cancer patients in the context of a well-established clinical research program, as well as in patient care on the UC Davis inpatient wards and consult service, outpatient clinic, and teach medical students, house staff, and fellows. 

Additional responsibilities include contribution to enrollment of patients onto clinical trials as well as participate in patient care on the UC Davis inpatient wards and consult service, outpatient clinic, and teach medical students, housestaff, and fellows.  Candidates in the clinical investigator series must also have the ability and experience to conduct scholarly/clinical/translational research and a record of publication in peer reviewed journals is required.

Qualified applicants should upload a letter of interest, five references and their curriculum vitae online at https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF01657 by 9/20/2017.


Questions regarding this position should be emailed to HemOncJobs@ucdavis.edu

Positions immediately available and open until filled

Not a Visa Opportunity

UC Davis is affirmative action/equal opportunity employer



The Division of Hematology and Oncology and the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center have enjoyed a period of tremendous growth and prosperity over the past two decades. From six faculty members in the early nineties, we have grown to be one of the largest divisions in the Department of Internal Medicine with 35 faculty members, including 21 clinician-scientists, with expertise that covers the breadth of hematology and medical oncology. Disease areas of particular clinical and research expertise include thoracic, genitourinary, breast, hematological, and gastrointestinal malignancies. Division faculty are also leaders in hemophilia, sickle cell, and thrombosis research.  The division houses the faculty leaders of the Cancer Control, Regenerative Medicine, and PET imaging programs. Our fellowship training program enrolls 10 full-time physicians being trained in the art and science of cancer medicine, and we have now added an official research track. A recently awarded Oncology K12 training grant will enhance our ability to develop oncology faculty clinician investigators. The Division has consistently been one of the largest research portfolios of any academic unit in the School of Medicine, with over $12 million in extramural funding annually.  The UC Davis Cancer Center is the one of only 41 National Cancer Institute (NCI) - designated comprehensive cancer centers in the country.