The Division of Laboratory Medicine, Department of Pathology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, is immediately seeking a Hematopathologist with a board certification in AP/CP or AP or CP, for an open rank/open tenure-earning Asst/Assoc/Full Professor position, depending on the candidate’s qualifications. Applicants must have a MD or MD/PhD and completed a formal fellowship in hematopathology or a combined fellowship in hematopathology and molecular pathology with ABP board eligibility or certificate. Candidates must have special clinical proficiency in lymph node pathology, bone marrow interpretation and experience in interpretation of flow cytometric data. Candidates will be expected to lead the flow cytometry laboratory and take part in ongoing collaborative efforts by a multidisciplinary team of well-established investigators. Prospective faculty will be expected to provide diagnostic and consultation service and participate in resident and medical student education. Salary, rank and tenure-status are commensurate with experience and background.
The Division of Laboratory Medicine engages in clinical service, medical research, and teaching in pathology. It oversees the clinical operations including hematology, coagulation, clinical chemistry, immunology, toxicology, and clinical microbiology, as well as stem cell collection and therapeutic apheresis. Approximately 6 million tests are conducted annually for the UAB Health System. A new $6.8 million, automated lab at the Division of Laboratory Medicine has tremendously improved efficiency and quality of the diagnostic tests. The Division also offers outreach services to the UAB Health System Clinics, Baptist Hospitals in Montgomery, Regional Health Centers in Anniston, Gadsden, and Gardendale, as well as to referring physician offices. The Division has 17 full-time and part-time faculty members with MD and/or PhD degrees. It also offers a one-year Fellowship in Hematopathology, Blood Banking/Transfusion Medicine, and Hemostasis Research.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) is a research university and academic health center that discovers, teaches, and applies knowledge for the intellectual, cultural, social, and economic benefit of Birmingham, the state, and beyond. UAB is internationally renowned for its intensely collaborative culture that has — for more than five decades — produced breakthroughs in education, health care, research, and service. UAB was ranked #1 in the United States, and in the top 10 worldwide, in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, 2018 Young University Rankings.
UAB enrollment grew to more than 21,920 students in fall 2018, marking a third consecutive year of record enrollment. The university provides a collaborative learning experience to prepare diverse students for rewarding careers and lives that benefit society and our regional and global economy. In addition, UAB offers exceptional graduate and professional programs that prepare students to lead, teach, conduct research, provide professional services, become the prominent scholars and societal leaders of the future, and contribute to our region's and our nation’s prosperity. UAB offers 154 degree programs in nine schools and one college — the Collat School of Business, School of Dentistry, School of Education, School of Engineering, School of Health Professions, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Optometry, School of Public Health and the College of Arts and Sciences — as well as the Honors College and the Graduate School.
Spanning more than 100 city blocks, UAB is the state of Alabama’s largest single employer with some 25,000 employees and has an annual, state-wide economic impact exceeding $7.15 billion. U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 “America’s Best Graduate Schools” ranks 14 UAB graduate programs among the nation’s top 25 and 10 UAB specialties were ranked among the nation’s top 50 in the magazine’s 2018-2019 Best Hospitals report. UAB research grants and awards are at a record high, exceeding $527 million in FY18, including $320 million in NIH funding for FY18. UAB ranks 31st among all universities in federal research funding and 15th among public universities. UAB's NIH funding continues to grow among peer institutions in the Southeast and beyond, with the university ranking 20th among all universities in NIH funding and eighth among public universities. The UAB School of Medicine is ranked 21st among medical schools in NIH funding and eighth among public medical schools.
UAB Medicine is the third largest public academic medical center in the country, with more than 1,900 beds and almost 18,000 employees. UAB Hospital is the centerpiece of the UAB Health System and is the teaching hospital for the UAB School of Medicine. Situated among major research centers and clinics, UAB Hospital provides patients with a complete range of primary and specialty care services, as well as the most up-to-date treatments and innovations in health care. In addition to UAB Hospital, UAB Medicine includes The Kirklin Clinic of UAB Hospital, UAB Callahan Eye Hospital, as well as several primary and specialty care clinics, a dozen member and affiliate hospitals within Alabama, more than 10 cancer associates in the Southeast, and the Viva Health HMO.
Interested candidates should apply here: http://uab.peopleadmin.com/postings/5179
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and application packet including curriculum vitae, research interest/expertise, and the names of three references. Evaluation of applications will occur as they are received and will continue until the position is filled.
UAB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to fostering a diverse, equitable and family-friendly environment in which all faculty and staff can excel and achieve work/life balance irrespective of, race, national origin, age, genetic or family medical history, gender, faith, gender identity and expression as well as sexual orientation. UAB also encourages applications from individuals with disabilities and veterans.