Gastrointestinal Medical Oncologist (Fox Chase Cancer Center)
Gastrointestinal Medical Oncologist - Fox Chase Cancer Center
Fox Chase Cancer Center, an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center affiliated with Temple University Health System, features a unique collegial, interactive scientific environment that fosters collaboration between clinicians and scientists. Our multi-faceted research programs are closely linked to our multi-disciplinary clinical practice and our career opportunities are second to none.
Due to continued clinical growth, the Department of Hematology/Oncology at Fox Chase Cancer Center, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is seeking applicants for a full-time Medical Oncologist specializing in Gastrointestinal Malignancies. The candidate should have experience in Gastrointestinal Oncology including disease management, as well as clinical trial, translational or collaborative research. Applicants at the Associate or Professor level must have demonstrated clinical research productivity as documented by trial leadership, publications, etc.
Our goal is to identify a skilled clinical investigator at the Assistant/Associate/ Professor level who has demonstrated commitment to clinical care and research in the in-patient and out-patient settings as part of the multi-disciplinary Gastrointestinal Oncology program. The successful candidate will also engage in clinical trials, teaching fellows and other learners as well as mentoring junior faculty. Faculty appointment at the level of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor is available depending on qualifications.
Candidates should be Board Certified or Eligible in Hematology or Oncology, and have an MD, DO or MD/PhD.
This position includes a competitive start-up package, benefits and ongoing operational support. To learn more about Fox Chase Cancer Center, please visit: www.fccc.edu
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested individuals should send via email a cover letter, including a brief summary of research experience and interests, full contact information for three references and curriculum vitae to:
Efrat Dotan, MD
Chief, Division of
Gastrointestinal Medical Oncology
Associate Professor, Department of Hematology Oncology
Fox Chase Cancer Center
333 Cottman Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19111-2497
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Temple Health is a dynamic network of outstanding hospitals, specialty centers, and physician practices that is advancing the fight against disease, pushing the boundaries of medical science, and educating future healthcare professionals. Temple Health consists of Temple University Hospital (TUH), Fox Chase Cancer Center, TUH-Jeanes Campus, TUH-Episcopal Campus, TUH-Northeastern Campus, Temple Physicians, Inc., and Temple Transport Team. Temple Health is proudly affiliated with the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University.
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As one of the first cancer hospitals in the country, Fox Chase Cancer Center has been a national leader in cancer treatment, research, and prevention for more than 100 years. Fox Chase Cancer Center, part of the Temple University Health System, is committed to providing the best treatment options for our patients, and delivering that care with compassion.
At Fox Chase, we consider defeating cancer to be our calling. Our unique culture allows employees to work collaboratively with a single, shared focus, regardless of which department they’re in.
It’s essential for us to recruit not only the best talent in hospital care, but hire well-qualified prospective employees who are committed to serving our patients with the passion and excellence for which Fox Chase is known. Apply today to be part of the future of prevailing over cancer.