Faculty Job in Academic & University Clinicial Lecturer in Anatomic Pathology
Job Description Summary
This is a full-time, non-tenure track position and is subject to annual renewal. The successful candidate will join an interactive group
that includes five other faculty anatomic pathologists and three residents in anatomic pathology. The Clinical Lecturer will actively
participate on the surgical pathology and necropsy diagnostic services and will also be involved in the training of residents, the
instruction of veterinary students, and attendance and presentation in various journal clubs and multi-disciplinary case rounds. The
successful candidate also will be encouraged to become involved in diagnostic anatomic pathology-related research projects as time and
interest permit. A large portion of our surgical pathology service caseload is small animal oncology, and the successful candidate will have
a strong working knowledge of current grading/classification schemes for various neoplasms, as well as experience with the use of
immunohistochemical stains for tumor characterization.
Candidates must hold a DVM or equivalent degree and be ACVP or ECVP board-certified in anatomic pathology before starting this position. Essential to this position are excellent
written and verbal communication skills, with both pathology colleagues as well as clinicians.
An advanced graduate degree is desirable, but not required. Experience and interest in dermatopathology is also desirable.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Application. Please apply online at http://aufacultypositions.peopleadmin.com/postings/. Review of applications will begin June 9, 2017 and continue until a
candidate is appointed. Applicants should submit curriculum vitae, transcripts, letter of intent summarizing career goals, and names and
contact information for three references.
References required for this position?
If yes, minimum number requested
Auburn University is an affirmative action equal opportunity employer and equal opportunity educational institution.
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