The successful candidate will join one of the largest and well-established pediatric pathology and laboratory medicine departments in the United States, with experienced staff of approximately 23 anatomic pathologists, clinical pathologists and doctoral scientists, two-ACGME accredited Pediatric Pathology fellowship positions, as well as 90 support personnel. The Division of Pathology was founded in 1953 and currently provides state of the art, full service anatomic diagnostic support for all clinical, general and subspecialty programs. The division processes 15,000 surgical specimens, over 1000 outside consultations and approximately 125 autopsies each year. Highly specialized clinical programs and services supported by Pathology include transplantation programs in bone marrow, liver, kidney, heart, small bowel, lung and fetal surgery.
The Director will lead a Division that is currently thriving, with superb clinical anatomical pathology professional services, as well as laboratory services, including AP laboratory, viral PCR laboratory, state-of-the-art mass spectrometry laboratory, NMR facility and a growing NIH-funded research program. The Division of Pathology laboratories have an annual volume of >100,000 tests per year.
A successful candidate must be board certified in Anatomic Pathology or Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and be board eligible for unrestricted medical license in Ohio. Subspecialty board certification in Pediatric Pathology is highly desired.
CCHMC has ranked number 3 children’s hospitals on U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Children’s Hospitals Honor Roll” for seven consecutive years, including 2017-18. CCHMC and Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation are internationally recognized as one of the nation’s top pediatric care and research institutions. The Research Foundation ranks second nationally in NIH funding to full-service children’s hospitals. There are several NIH-funded centers of excellence, including Immunobiology, Developmental Biology, Cardiovascular Biology, Pulmonary Biology, Cancer/Experimental Hematology, and Respiratory and Kidney Disease Centers. The Foundation also has the prestigious NIDDK-funded Silvio O. Conte Digestive Disease Research Core Center, which features a state-of-the-art Integrated Morphology Core. Multiple cores support basic and translational research including, but not limited to, pathology, metabolomics, lipidomics, NMR, genomics, high-density data informatics/systems biology, mouse models of cancer and stem cell and gene/viral vector therapy.
Cincinnati is a friendly, pleasant, affordable city with a great quality of life, including many musical and theatrical programs, professional sports and nearby recreational opportunities.
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae and statement of scientific interests to: Dr. Jorge Bezerra (Jorge.firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Stella Davies (email@example.com)