Regional Campus: Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS)
Posting Number: 17FA1213
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School invites applications for a faculty position at the Instructor or Assistant Professor level in the Section of Infectious Disease Diagnostics and Clinical Microbiology in the Division of Clinical Pathology.
The successful candidate will share laboratory responsibilities with the Director and Assoc. Director of Infectious Disease Diagnostics and Clinical Microbiology providing technical innovation and oversight and consulting with clinical staff, will participate actively in the educational programs of the Department teaching medical students, residents and fellows, and will be expected to engage in productive research activities.
Primary clinical responsibilities will include Hematopathology and Surgical Pathology sign out rotations at our RWJBarnabas-RWJUH in New Brunswick, NJ, a 650-bed quaternary care, core teaching hospital of the Medical School, and Rutgers-Cancer Institute of New Jersey. Coverage includes integrated sign-out of bone marrows, lymph nodes and consultation cases, flow cytometry, FISH, electrophoresis and opportunity for molecular/genomics studies.
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