Hematopathologist/Hematopathology Fellowship Program Director
University of Michigan
Department of Pathology
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN (USA). The Department of Pathology at Michigan Medicine (University of Michigan Health System) is seeking an Academic Hematopathologist.
The successful candidate will direct the Hematopathology Fellowship Program and participate in the diagnostic hematopathology services, clinical and/or translational research efforts, and other departmental educational activities, including teaching medical students, pathology residents, and clinical fellows. The ideal candidate will have at least three years post-hematopathology fellowship experience, a demonstrated interest in developing into an educational program leader, and a proven ability to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team. Training in molecular genetic pathology is highly desired. The appointment will be at the Assistant or Associate Professor (Clinical Track) level, commensurate with experience, accomplishments, and track record of academic achievement.
Our team of seven hematopathologists support the University Hospitals and Comprehensive Cancer Center at Michigan Medicine, which provide general academic hospital services and specialized hematologic malignancy care (including autologous and allogeneic stem cell transplantation) for adult and pediatric patients. The diagnostic hematopathology service largely consists of bone marrow and lymph node biopsies originating from our local clinical programs, as well as from an established outside consultation service. The service is supported by high-quality flow cytometry, cytogenetics, molecular, and hematology laboratories.
The Michigan Medicine Department of Pathology is among the top pathology programs in the country, serving not only the world-class providers and patients of the University of Michigan Health System, but also numerous patients through the MLabs outreach division. With over 200 faculty members and extramural research support totaling over $34 million dollars, the Department is ranked 8th in NIH funding nationally. The departmental education programs include nine ACGME-accredited fellowships, multiple subspecialty fellowships, one of the most highly-ranked pathology residencies in the country, and over 1,000 contact hours at the University of Michigan Medical School.
Ann Arbor offers a quality of life and amenities found in few other comparably-sized communities. In 2018 alone, Ann Arbor was ranked as #6 on USAToday.com's list of the “25 Most Innovative Cities in the US”, and #4 on their list of the “30 Best Cities to Retire”, not to mention the #1 spot on Livability.com's list of “Top 100 Best Places to Live”. As one of the main attractions for the city, the University of Michigan is ranked by Time.com as #9 on their list of the “Best Colleges for your Money 2018”.
Interested candidates should submit their curriculum vitae, a cover letter detailing experience and professional goals, and the names and addresses of three individuals who could provide letters of recommendation to: