Permanent Academic Bone Marrow Transplant Physician Job in Kansas City (163083)
Kansas University Medical Center
Kansas City, KS, USA
February 10, 2020
February 10, 2020-February 10, 2021
Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City, Kansas has an opening for an Assistant or Associate Professor in the Hematologic Malignancies and Cellular Therapeutics Division of the KU Cancer Center. Preferred candidates will have 3 or more years of academic experience, be board certified in hematology or oncology and have completed a bone marrow transplant fellowship. The position provides medical care for both clinic and hospitalized patients as well as contributes to various research, educational and clinical initiatives related to areas of individual interest and expertise. Serves in a clinician educator role with responsibility for education of residents and medical students.
• Clinical or translational research.
• Clinical trial development.
• Expertise in high dose chemotherapy and management of patients undergoing autologous and allogeneic bone marrow and stem cell transplantation.
• Attend on the bone marrow transplant service 3 or 4 months a year.
• Supervise plan of care, procedures, tests and consultation ordering of Housestaff.
• Coordinate multidisciplinary approach including case manager, pharmacy, nursing, respiratory and social services.
• Share on call rotation 10-12 weekends per year.
• Establish outpatient clinics for bone marrow transplant patients.
• Attend hematology/oncology conferences, journal clubs, etc.
• Present teaching lectures to residents, medical students and fellows.
• Participate in clinical trials and other research as developed.
Walkable, tree-lined neighborhoods surround the KU Medical Center campus, which is within easy reach of the city's top destinations, including the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Country Club Plaza, a shopping district celebrated for its architecture and pedestrian-oriented design. The campus is less than five miles from downtown Kansas City, Missouri, which has been enhanced in recent years by the additions of an 18,000-seat arena, an entertainment district, a streetcar and a $326 million performing arts center.
In 2017, the Huffington Post named Kansas City "THE place to be." In 2015, Travel and Leisure magazine identified Kansas City as top 3 overall in its "America Favorite Cities" survey and No. 1 city for affordability.
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Please reference Position ID 163083 when responding.
About the Employer
Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City, Kansas has an opening for an Assistant or Associate Professor in the Hematologic Malignancies and Cellular Therapeutics Division of the KU Cancer Center.
4 City Place Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141 USA
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