Anatomic Pathologist With Expertise in Transplant/Renal PathologyJob ID 193138BR Date posted 12/14/2022
- Phoenix, Arizona
- Full Time
- Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
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The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic in Arizona is seeking an academic renal pathologist with a commitment to clinical service and proven research track-record to work in a large group practice setting. As a Clinician Engaged in Research (CER), this position requires active engagement in scholarly work, with an emphasis on renal transplant and/or immune tolerance research activities. Outstanding diagnostic and communication skills, as well as a commitment to service excellence are necessary. The ideal candidate will have expertise in renal pathology (interpretation of transplant and medical renal biopsies, including electron microscopy and immunofluorescence) and an exceptional track record of publishing high quality, peer-reviewed research and acquiring research-related funding. Additional interest/skill in other surgical pathology subspecialities is highly desirable.
The CER appointment is a 3-year commitment, with at least 30% protected research time. Development of an independent extramurally funded research program is preferred; and support for subsequent years of research funding will be determined based upon progress towards that goal. Synergy with our immunoengineering program is ideal.
Mayo Clinic in Arizona is the largest solid organ transplant program in the nation by number, with the Kidney Transplant program being the largest 2 years in a row. This increase in volume stems from our unique ability to evaluate and successfully utilize hard to place deceased donor offers and an increase in the number of transplants from living donors. Anatomic Pathology has been a key partner in this growth through review of preimplantation biopsies as well as the posttransplant surveillance and for-cause biopsies.
The selected candidate will join a group of 19 anatomic pathologists in a department of over 30 physicians and scientists. This position includes an academic appointment with the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. Applicants from any academic rank are encouraged to apply. The selected candidate will be expected to share call coverage and to contribute to clinical case sign-out.
License or certification
- Board Eligible or Board Certified in Anatomic Pathology
- Fellowship training in Renal Pathology or its equivalent
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