BRIGHAM AND WOMEN’S HOSPITAL
ACADEMIC CYTO/SURGICAL PATHOLOGIST
The Department of Pathology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, is seeking an academically oriented, Board certified faculty pathologist with appropriate training, experience and established skills in both cytopathology and surgical pathology, basic and translational research and multidisciplinary investigation. The relative distribution of clinical service/patient care responsibilities (mixed or pure subspecialty) between cytopathology, general surg path or a specific subspecialty will be tailored to the successful applicant’s experience and career goals. The successful candidate will likely be appointed as Associate Director of Cytopathology. Expertise in head and neck pathology could be an advantage but is not a requirement. The Department is staffed by more than 120 faculty and more than 55 residents and clinical fellows in anatomic and clinical pathology in a predominantly subspecialty-oriented model. The Anatomic Pathology services collectively handle over 85,000 surgicals, 45,000 cytology specimens and 10,000 cytogenetics samples annually. The environment provides substantial opportunities for clinical/ translational research as well as collaborations with investigators in multiple Harvard-affiliated institutions, including the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, wherein there are busy multidisciplinary oncology programs. Applicants should be committed to excellent patient care, as well as research, scholarship, and effective teaching. Academic rank at Instructor, Assistant or Associate Professor and salary will be commensurate with experience and accomplishments.
Please send curriculum vitae and names and addresses of three references to
Christopher D.M. Fletcher MD FRCPath
Vice Chair for Anatomic Pathology
Department of Pathology
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
75 Francis Street
Boston, MA 02115
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