SCOTTSDALE / PHOENIX, ARIZONA (USA). The Department of Laboratory Medicine/Pathology at Mayo Clinic in Arizona is seeking a recently trained diagnostic hematopathologist. The successful candidate will meet the following minimum criteria:
• M.D. or M.D. and Ph.D.
• Board-certified in anatomic and clinical pathology
• Completed an ACGME-approved hematopathology fellowship
• Board-certified/eligible in hematologic pathology
• Experienced in all aspects of diagnostic hematopathology practice including laboratory hematology, flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry, and molecular hematopathology
• Interested in an academically-oriented career and have a record of academic productivity
Preference will be given to those with specific training in molecular diagnostics, special interest in flow cytometry or laboratory hematology, and/or interest in pathology tissue core services.
Mayo Clinic is recognized nationally and internationally for outstanding achievements in patient care, research, and education. Our Hematologic Malignancies program offers expert patient care and research in all areas of hematology with emphasis on plasma cell disorders, myeloproliferative disorders, and stem cell transplantation. The Mayo Clinic Cancer Center (includes the Mayo Clinic locations in Arizona, Florida, and Minnesota) is ranked by the NCI as one of the top 10 cancer centers in the nation, and is the only national, multi-site center with the NCI’s Comprehensive Cancer Center designation.
Hematopathology includes three members who are responsible for the diagnostic evaluation of peripheral blood, bone marrow, and lymph node specimens from a primarily adult patient population. The section is growing, and a new molecular diagnostics laboratory is on the horizon.
Mayo Clinic offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits, including a relocation package. To learn more, visit http://www.mayoclinic.org/physician-jobs.
For consideration, please send letter, curriculum vitae, and a list of five professional references to: