Physician Scientist, Gynecologic Cancers
The Department of Gynecologic Oncology (DGO) at Moﬃtt Cancer Center is seeking a medical/gynecologic oncologist and physician scientist to expand translational research. The successful candidate will continue his/her own independent research in the ﬁeld of gynecological malignancies, while facilitating interdisciplinary team science, through regular meetings, pilot projects, multi-investigator grants, amongst basic/translational scientists and clinical investigators, both within and external to the DGO. In addition, it is anticipated that the candidate will work closely with the Department Chair to facilitate the development of clinical trials that capitalize on Moffitt expertise in precision medicine, immune and cellular therapy, and evolution of cancer development and resistance.
The position will be supported by 1) generous start-up package; 2) access to existing tissue and data resources; 3) numerous, collaborative and supportive faculty.
Requirements: Qualified applicants will possess an M.D. degree +/- Ph.D. degree, science training, and a focus on GYN cancers. Assistant, Associate or Professor Level status. History of recent NIH funding or equivalent. Top-tier publication portfolio as first or senior author in relevant subject areas.
Consistently ranked in U.S. News & World Report “Best Cancer Hospitals” H. Lee Moﬃtt Cancer Center and Research Institute is a free-standing, not for profit cancer center. Moffitt opened in October 1986 and became Florida’s only NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center. The GYN Program is the highest ranked program in the state and in the top-tier nationally (USN&WR). We are shaping the future of cancer care through innovative research, clinical advances, and superior education within an environment that encourages excellence. We educate tomorrow’s most promising oncologists within our wide range of residency and fellowship programs. Our clinical campuses include large ambulatory care facilities, CLIA-certiﬁed laboratories, a 217-bed cancer hospital, with 36 blood and marrow transplant program, 20 state of the art operating suites, a 30-bed intensive care unit, a high-volume screening program, and a wide spectrum of outreach activities consistent with our NCI Comprehensive Cancer Center designation. There is vast opportunity within our framework for information technology, scientific research, clinical treatment, and quality of life studies, as we see over 15,000 new cancer patients each year. The Moﬃtt Research Institute (MRI) is comprised of approximately 150 Principal Investigators, 58 laboratories, and 306,000 square feet of research space. MRI houses information on more than 500,000 unique patients, including treatment information available from the electronic health records and Cancer Registry on more than 200,000 cancer patients, patient-reported data on 150,000 patients, and vast amounts of research and clinical-grade sequencing and expression data on more than 20,000 patients.
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