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Assistant Professor / Associate Professor / Professor, focus in Solid Tumors

Employer
Oregon Health & Science University
Location
Vibrant neighborhoods, numerous parks, renowned restaurants and a lively music & arts scene.
Salary
DOE commensurate with experience, education, and equity
Closing date
Jul 24, 2022
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Job Details

Several exciting opportunities have been created for experienced cancer researchers (M.D., Ph.D.; M.D.; Ph.D.) to join the Department of Cell, Developmental & Cancer Biology (CDCB), Division of Hematology & Medical Oncology in the Department of Medicine, and the Knight Cancer Institute, as an Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor, at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, OR. Ideal candidates will have a successful basic research program investigating either tumor cell-intrinsic or – extrinsic mechanisms of cancer progression and/or response to therapy, with a translational focus in thoracic, breast, melanoma, or genitourinary malignancies or other solid tumors, and accomplishments commensurate with experience. Applications from creative, motivated and forward thinking individuals who work well in a collaborative fashion across disciplines, in the context of a highly dynamic environment, and with a passion for affecting changes to the outcome of cancer in humans are invited.

The successful candidate will be expected to develop an independent basic and highly translational research program that will achieve national and international recognition, and will be closely aligned to clinical research efforts in a manner that is prospectively designed to improve the clinical outcome for people with or at risk for cancer. Creative leaders who are also team players are sought. 

The laboratory will reside in close proximity to other basic/translational scientists within the new Knight Cancer Research Building. This rich working environment will allow for access to a wide range of scientific equipment and collaborators. The candidate will be expected to seek both intramural and external funding. They will also take on occasional teaching assignments within the university, consistent with the education mission of the institution.

The duties of this position include:

  1. Scientific Project Oversight – Direct laboratory research projects, including identification of scientific problem, design of approach to address it, and identification, acquisition and management of resources to perform investigations. Assign personnel, track their progress, ensure maximum productivity, and foster supportive teamwork.
  2. Laboratory Research Project Management - Independently develop and manage a research program, inclusive of research experiments, determining the most suitable methods to be used.  Interpret and perform complex data analysis on experimental results and determine whether they are consistent with goals.
  3. Scientific Writing and Grant Management - Prepare research findings for presentation at scientific meetings and conference and manuscripts for publication.  Prepare research proposals for grant applications that are aligned with the mission of the Knight.
  4. Laboratory Organization and Compliance - Develop and implement procedures and systems to maximize the organization and efficiency within designated projects. Aid in the submission of specific protocols to the Institutional Review Board and other regulatory review boards, as appropriate.
  5. Collaborative Interactions - Develop, foster and maintain relationships with investigators in the Knight’s Prostate Cancer Program, partners in academia and in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industries including relevant clinical researchers. Oversee the advancement of specific sponsored research agreement (SRA) funded projects and ensure that external partners receive regular project updates. Participate in occasional teaching assignments.

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Oregon Health & Science University

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