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Genitourinary Oncologist

Employer
Mayo Clinic
Location
Phoenix, Arizona
Salary
DOE
Closing date
Jun 18, 2023

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Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona is seeking a Genitourinary Medical Oncologist to lead our Renal Cancer practice. 

The Mayo Clinic in Arizona is designated by the NCI as part of the Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Cancer Center.  The Division of Hematology and Medical Oncology at Mayo Clinic Arizona includes over forty medical oncologists, hematologists, and laboratory researchers offering state-of-the art care. The Division is known for its extensive involvement in the preclinical and clinical development of new cancer therapies as well as the identification and translation of cancer biomarkers. The division also supports an ACGME-accredited fellowship in Hematology/Oncology and the Mayo Medical School in Arizona. Oncologists in the division collaborate extensively with other basic, translational and clinical scientists within Mayo Clinic.

Mayo Clinic is known for its high volume, exceptional medical, surgical, and radiation oncology practice in Urologic Oncology spanning its three geographic sites.  Physicians work in a team environment with world renowned faculty in Urology, Surgical Specialties, Radiation Oncology, Radiology, and Pathology, providing multidisciplinary care and novel therapeutic options for patients.  The ideal candidate will be an established investigator with a track record of research in renal cancer, whether laboratory research or clinical trials. The selected candidate will also be involved in the education of students, residents, and fellows as part of their daily work.  In support of career development, we offer mentoring, outstanding institutional support, and a professional culture of mutual respect.

The position carries an academic appointment in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, rank commensurate with experience.

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