Director, Medical Oncology (Associate Professor or Professor Rank)
The Director of Medical Oncology in the Division of Hematology/Oncology is responsible for: providing academic leadership in developing a comprehensive and updated clinical research portfolio in the medical treatment of patients with solid tumors; maintaining a sustained scholarly productivity in medical oncology; developing an outreach program to obtain more referrals in medical oncology; mentoring young faculty and fellows involved in clinical and translational research in solid tumors; increasing the visibility of the program in Chicago and nationally; fostering collaborations within the Department of Medicine to increase multidisciplinary clinical programs and research; actively collaborating with UI Cancer Center leadership in identifying new strategies of growth in the oncology service line; actively collaborating with the Division Chief in the leadership of the Division.
The Director of Medical Oncology will hold the faculty appointment of Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine (non-tenure) or Professor of Clinical Medicine (non-tenure), along with a Physician/Surgeon appointment. The faculty will be expected participate in the Clinical, Scholarly, Educational, and Service missions of the Department of Medicine.
- Provides input in the Division Clinical Research strategy for medical oncology (new studies to open; positions to fill)
- Oversees enrollment in medical oncology trials
- Meets regularly with the Division Chief of Hematology/Oncology, the Cancer Center Associate Director for Clinical Sciences, the Medical Director of the Cancer Center Clinical Trial Office
- Meets regularly with medical oncologists to advise on clinical research
- Clinical Care – clinical obligations includes patient care provision
- MD/DO Degree
- BC/BE in Hematology/Oncology
- 3 years of successful experience in clinical research in medical oncology
- Eligible for tenure within the College of Medicine
For fullest consideration, please complete an electronic application, including a letter of interest and a curriculum vitae (CV). You are encouraged to apply to both the tenure system and non-tenure positions at:
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