Transplant/Cell Therapy - Peds BMT - Clinical Investigator
- Loma Linda University Faculty Medical Group
- Loma Linda, California
- $200,000 – $500,000
- Closing date
- Jun 2, 2023
- Faculty Member
- Cell Therapy
- Full Time
Loma Linda University Health (Loma Linda University Cancer Center, Loma Linda University School of Medicine and Loma Linda University Faculty Medical Group), Division of Transplant/Cell Therapy (TCT) is looking to recruit for faculty positions at open rank (Assistant/Associate/Professor) as clinical investigators, including leadership opportunities to join our team.
We are seeking an energetic, faculty clinical investigators who desire to develop an academic, clinical research and patient-centered program, in close collaboration with established basic and translational scientists at Loma Linda University.
Successful candidate will have a primarily clinical assignment, but will also be expected to develop, conduct, and participate in clinical trials, other collaborative research in blood and marrow transplantation, and cellular immunotherapy.
Loma Linda University has a strong collaborative, mentoring and supportive environment especially for graduating fellows and junior faculty applicants.
Teaching responsibilities would involve oversight of residents, fellows, and mid-level providers during ambulatory and inpatient activities,
The TCT Division is focused on the development and implementation of novel cell-based and immune therapies (including CAR-T, vaccine, and gene therapy) as well as autologous and allogeneic hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation. Additional, specific hematological disease focus is optional and is based on candidate preference. This work is supported by the Cancer Center Clinical Trials Unit, a new cGMP and TCT laboratory, fully characterized tumor samples repository and new state-of-art Children Hospital building opened in 2021 and laboratory research space, all within the medical school campus.
Loma Linda University was established in 1905. Loma Linda University Children Hospital is the major and only Children Hospital in the Inland Empire in Southern California that provides Transplant and Cell therapy for children.
Qualification’s requirements include MD (or foreign equivalent), completion of fellowships in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology or Immunology, TCT fellowship (or equivalent experience) and Pediatrics/ Pediatric Hematology/Oncology or Immunology board eligible or certified.
Comprehensive salary, benefits, and a competitive package will be provided, and academic appointment will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Administrative and research support including staff, resources and infrastructure will be provided.
The campus is located within driving distance from Los Angeles, beach cities and San Diego.
Interested candidates should submit inquiries to Division Head: Hisham Abdel-Azim, MD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
LLHU values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.
Compensation & Benefits
The compensation range listed is for starting base compensation only and is adjusted based upon years of experience and/or faculty rank: $200,000 – $500,000. This amount does not include variable compensation or extra productivity and is subject to the individual department compensation plans. More information on compensation is discussed with the departments during the recruitment process.
Our benefits include:
- Generous Retirement Contribution
- Comprehensive Medical/Dental Coverage
- Competitive Vacation & Sick Days
- CME Days and Funds
- Relocation Assistance (if applicable)
- Paid Malpractice Insurance
- Paid Life Insurance
- Loan Repayment/State & Federal (If eligible)
Physician Loan Repayment:
For more information on Loan Forgiveness, please click on the links below:
Physicians for a Healthy California
Public Service Loan Forgiveness
We are a California Employer - Please note that a California residency is required upon start date.
This opportunity is not eligible for a J1 Waiver.
Founded in 1905, Loma Linda University Health serves the Seventh-day Adventist Church in its mission "to make man whole" physically, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. The global purpose of the organization is to continue Jesus Christ's healing and teaching ministry. This is accomplished through education of health-care professionals, scholars, and scientists, through delivery of health care, and through research.
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