Genitourinary Medical Oncologist
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Genitourinary Medical Oncologist – Rochester
The Division of Medical Oncology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN is seeking a Academic Medical Oncologist with expertise in Genitourinary (GU) malignancies, with a specific focus in prostate cancer, to join our practice. The preferred candidate will have a national/international reputation as a prostate oncologist.This position offers strong opportunities for multidisciplinary collaboration as well as personal career development and advancement. The ideal candidate is a scholarly clinician with an academic track record in clinical research, excellent interpersonal skills, and a commitment to multidisciplinary patient care and clinical research. In addition, candidates should be interested in developing and implementing clinical trials for patients with GU malignancies and working across disciplines to advance the field of GU oncology.
Mayo Clinic is known for its high volume, exceptional medical, surgical, and radiation oncology practice in Urologic Oncology spanning its three geographic sites. Physicians work in a team environment with world renowned faculty in Urology, Surgical Specialties, Radiation Oncology, Radiology, and Pathology, providing multidisciplinary care and novel therapeutic options for patients. We are most interested in a colleague who highly values and demonstrates integrity, teamwork, and excellence in their daily work, which is focused on the needs of the patient and related clinical research. The selected candidate will also be involved in the education of students, residents, and fellows as part of their daily work. In support of career development we offer mentoring, outstanding institutional support, and a professional culture of mutual respect.
The Mayo Clinic Cancer Center is an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, therefore providing patients with access to a wide variety of diagnostics and clinical trials through our early therapeutics program, the NCI-sponsored phase II consortium, and national clinical trials network studies, as well as other clinical trials opportunities. In addition, robust bench and translational research serves as an integral component of GU malignancies research at Mayo Clinic. The position carries an academic appointment in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, rank commensurate with experience.
Board eligibility or board certification in Medical Oncology is required. Three years of post-fellowship experience with a focus in prostate cancers is strongly preferred.