Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine
Department of Oncology
Women’s Malignancies Disease Group
The Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center / Department of Oncology is seeking applicants for positions in Breast Cancer at our National Capital Region and Baltimore County locations. We are seeking candidates with experience in breast medical oncology to play a key role in the clinical expansion of our breast cancer program. The ideal applicant will demonstrate a record of exceptional experience relevant to breast cancer clinical care, education, research or quality improvement. This individual will participate in active clinical and research activities of the Women’s Malignancies Disease Group.
The successful applicant must be board certified or board eligible, and should be eligible for licensure in the State of Maryland and Washington, D.C. Responsibilities will include: attending in our outpatient clinic including supervising fellows and other trainees, and attending on inpatient units. The academic appointment will be commensurate with the individual’s experience. The candidate will have opportunities for leadership, mentorship, and scholarship, working with faculty focused on both basic and translational breast cancer research. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.
Applicants should forward a curriculum vitae, a description of the candidate’s primary academic research interests, and a brief description of their interests in this position to the search committee chair at the address below.
Vered Stearns, MD, FASCO
Professor of Oncology
Director, Women’s Malignancies Disease Group
The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins
Viragh 10th Floor, Room 10291
201 North Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21287
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