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DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE
ACADEMIC ANATOMIC / SURGICAL PATHOLOGIST
The Emory University Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine has a full-time academic faculty position available in Anatomic Pathology. We seek a non-tenure track Anatomic Pathologist at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or full Professor who will contribute to the academic mission of the department by providing excellent clinical care, educating our residents and fellows, and performing original and collaborative research in a supportive environment. The successful candidate will join an interactive, collegial group of faculty who evaluate a wide variety of surgical pathology and cytopathology specimens in a fully subspecialized setting. With one of the largest AP/CP residencies in the country, 13 accredited subspecialty fellowships, advanced molecular diagnostic capabilities, and close ties to Emory's NCI-designated Winship Cancer Institute, the opportunities for clinical and translational scholarship and teaching are abundant (see www.pathology.emory.edu).
Candidates must be board-certified or eligible in Anatomic Pathology and be eligible for medical licensure in Georgia. Fellowship training in one or more subspecialties, particularly head and neck, thyroid, gynecologic, thoracic, breast and/or bone and soft tissue pathology, is preferred. Candidates with expertise in other anatomic pathology subspecialties, cytopathology, hematopathology, and/or molecular anatomic pathology are also encouraged to apply. Compensation and faculty rank will be commensurate with qualifications.
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