Job Opportunity: Assistant Professor / Medical Renal Pathologist
Posted by: Baylor College of Medicine, Houston
Date: 11 Sept 2018
Our program at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston is looking to hire a medical renal pathologist with additional skills in transplant pathology and general surgical pathology.
|Location:||Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX|
|Faculty Job Category:||Clinical Faculty, Hot Job|
Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) is seeking a medical renal/general surgical pathologist at the assistant/associate professor level. The position will be based at the Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center, the premier private adult teaching hospital of BCM. The successful candidate will join the lead medical renal pathologist on this service.
Biopsy volume is presently 300 per year with significant growth opportunities. Additional subspecialty expertise is desired and experience in all aspects of transplant pathology would be a plus.
REQUIRED: Board certification in anatomic pathologic and the ability to obtain a Texas Medical license. Salary and benefits are very competitive and will be commensurate with experience.
BCM is an equal opportunity employer.
In addition to completing the formal application, interested candidates should contact: Sadhna Dhingra, MD Associate Professor of Pathology & Immunology email@example.com
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