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The Department of Radiation Oncology at Memorial Sloan Cancer Center (MSKCC) is seeking a qualified Radiation Oncologist candidate for a clinician-researcher faculty role in our Manhattan or at one of the regional facilities.
The position involves treating one or two primary disease sites with a research focus. The position will involve approximately 60% clinical effort at a designated MSK facility and 40% dedicated research time. Clinical coverage is typically 2-3 days at a Memorial Sloan Kettering facility (site based on clinical need). For research, the candidate is expected to develop and lead either clinical or translational research, such as clinical trials, biospecimen studies, novel therapy combinations, and/or health services research including patient-reported outcomes measures.
The Department of Radiation Oncology at MSKCC treats approximately 12,300 patients across 7 locations, with 61 faculty members. Research collaboration opportunities are extensive. Graduating residents are welcome to apply.
The ideal candidate should have:
- from an accredited residency program in Radiation Oncology only.
If you have any questions about this job opportunity, please contact:
Daniel Gomez, MD
Please include a cover letter, brief statement of prior research experience and research interests, CV, and contact information for three references in your application submission.
Salary: $350,000- $555,000
Physician compensation is based on multiple variables. This range represents annual salary only and does not include supplemental performance-based pay or any one-time payments that eligible candidates may be offered at the time of hire.
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