The Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology/Oncology at the University of Virginia, seeks an oncologist for a tenure-eligible or tenure-ineligible clinical faculty position with a subspecialty focus on melanomas and sarcomas. The incoming physician will be at the Assistant or Associate Professor level, and clinical track and tenure status depends on qualifications. Candidates must have an MD or equivalent, be board-certified in Internal Medicine, be board-eligible or board-certified in Medical Oncology, and have expertise in caring for patients with melanoma and sarcomas.
- Strengthen the clinical and clinical research efforts in malignant melanoma and sarcomas by utilizing the excellent translational research opportunities and resources available at the university
- Attend inpatient and outpatient services and participate in multidisciplinary team care and clinical research within the Cancer Center
- Work at the UVA Comprehensive Cancer Center, one of just 53 in the nation
- Participate in the teaching of fellows, residents, and medical students
- Focus on a career in clinical investigation and the provision of outstanding clinical care
- Competitive compensation and a negotiable start-up package
- Leadership opportunities available for experienced candidates
- Work for an iconic university with nationally ranked schools and programs, diverse and distinguished faculty, a major academic medical center, and a proud history as a renowned research university
- UVA is ranked #25 in the nation (US News), while Newsweek ranks UVA Medical Center No. 1 in Virginia, No. 42 in the US, and among the top 250 hospitals in the world (World's Best Hospital 2023 guide)
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- Only two hours south of Washington, DC, and just over an hour to Richmond
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