The College of Veterinary Medicine, Oklahoma State University is seeking applications for a tenure track position in Oncology/Cancer Biology (Open-rank) to join our growing oncology team. Responsibilities of the position will include research and clinical care of oncology patients in the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Service on departmental and college committees typically does not exceed 10% of the individuals' effort. The precise breakdown of the appointment will be determined in consultation with the candidate based upon their primary interests. The ideal candidate will hold a DVM (or equivalent), and will be board-certified or board eligible in Veterinary Oncology; in addition, a PhD is highly desirable but not required. The incumbent will be expected to develop an independent or collaborative research program with other members of the team in any aspect of cancer of humans and animals. The Department of Physiological Sciences encompasses the disciplines of pharmacology, physiology, anatomical sciences, and toxicology. Departmental faculty members are funded by the NIH, including a recent COBRE center grant for respiratory diseases, the Department of Defense, USDA, American Heart Association, and other extramural agencies. We wish to expand our developing strength and impact in oncology in the department which currently focuses on novel treatments for cancer utilizing nanoparticles, lasers, and thermal energy modalities for enhanced chemo-, immuno- and radio-therapeutic outcomes, and which has funding from several agencies. Substantial opportunities exist and the incumbent will be expected to collaborate with faculty in other departments of the college and other entities within the region through our recently developed INTERACT program, which is intended to foster interdepartmental and interdisciplinary emerging and translational research in a collaborative, team-based approach. The faculty positions will be supported by a generous start-up package, and dedicated lab and clinical trials space.
Further information concerning the Department, Center for Veterinary Health Sciences and the city of Stillwater is available at the CVHS website (http://www.cvm.okstate.edu.). To apply for this position go to: http://jobs.okstate.edu. Review of applications will continue until suitable candidates are identified.
D.V.M. Oncology Board Certified or board eligible in Veterinary Oncology
Must be able to lift 25 lbs.
Ph.D./Ed.D. in Oncology, with a focus on novel treatments for cancer utilizing nanoparticles, lasers, and thermal energy modalities for enhanced chemo-, immuno- and radio-therapeutic outcomes, and which has funding from several agencies.
Internal Number: Req 8197
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