Breast Cancer Research - Assistant or Associate Professor

Employer
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Location
Buffalo, New York
Salary
Undisclosed
Posted
February 09 2017
Ref
W-011021
Contact
Angela Gunther, MBA, PHR

Breast Cancer Research
Assistant or Associate Professor

Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) of Buffalo, NY, is looking for faculty candidates (Assistant or Associate Professor, MD/PhD, MD or PhD) to lead the translational breast cancer research program.

The selected individual will hold a primary appointment in the Department of Medicine, with a joint appointment in the appropriate basic research department. Expertise in molecular and cell biology, electrophysiology and use of advanced animal models is an advantage. To achieve a goal of building a concerted research program, the applicant must have excellent communication skills, publication in high-impact journals and a proven track record of extramural funding. The opportunity to mentor graduate students is possible through a joint appointment with the graduate school.

RPCI, one of the world’s oldest cancer center established in 1898, is known for numerous seminal basic science and translational discoveries in oncology. It is the only NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center in New York State outside of the New York City metropolitan area. Under the umbrella of its Cancer Center Support Grant, RPCI runs multidisciplinary research combining multiple programs aimed at understanding, preventing and curing cancer. It has state-of-the-art research infrastructure enabling all aspects of modern biomedical research – from discovery work towards clinical validation – and provides a highly stimulating academic and clinical environment. Learn more at www.roswellpark.org.

Interested individuals should email a CV and letter describing programmatic and research interests to: Angela Gunther, MBA, PHR, Senior Faculty Recruitment Administrator, angela.gunther@ roswellpark.org.

 

Roswell Park Cancer Institute is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer