Clinical Chemist - Clinical Pathologist - Case Western Reserve University & University Hospitals
September 18, 2018
The Department of Pathology of UHCMC/CWRU in Cleveland, Ohio, seeks an academic clinical pathologist or clinical chemist to serve as Assistant or Associate Director of Clinical Chemistry and to contribute to the clinical and academic missions of the UHCMC Division of Clinical Pathology. The faculty member will work closely with the Division Chief of Clinical Pathology and the Director of Clinical Chemistry to provide clinical and technical oversight for the Sections of Clinical Chemistry and Diagnostic Immunology including automated chemistry, toxicology, immunology, and specialized chemistry testing. The position requires experience and interest in a broad spectrum of analytic methods, test method development, and clinical application of methods. The successful candidate will be expected to develop diagnostic programs through collaboration with administrative and clinical staff, provide clinical consultation to healthcare providers regarding test selection, interpretation, and utilization, be actively involved in medical student and resident training, and demonstrate an aptitude for constructive engagement with clinical colleagues and laboratory staff to ensure high quality clinical care. Experience and interest in laboratory informatics or other areas of clinical pathology is highly desired as there may be additional directorship opportunities available. The department performs 16.5 million tests annually at UHCMC and ~30 million system-wide. It provides clinical laboratory services to UHCMC and more than a dozen acute care hospitals in the UH network including, Seidman Cancer Center, MacDonald Women’s Hospital, and Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. The Department of Pathology is in the top 10 nationally in NIH funding. Involvement in clinical, translational, or basic research will be encouraged and supported.
Candidates must hold an MD, DO, PhD, or MD-PhD degree. MD, DO and MD-PhD candidates must be board- certified/eligible in clinical pathology with specialty expertise in clinical chemistry and must be qualified for an unrestricted medical license in Ohio. PhD candidates in clinical chemistry must have completed a COMACC-accredited fellowship program and be ABCC board-certified/eligible. A record of scholarly contributions in clinical, translational, or basic research is preferred.
Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Send curriculum vitae, a statement of career goals and names of three references to Denise Davis at email@example.com.
University Hospitals and Case Western Reserve University are committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity. Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.