The Massachusetts General Hospital seeks a full-time Director of the Blood Transfusion Service. The successful academically-oriented candidate should qualify for an academic appointment at Harvard Medical School as a Professor or Associate Professor of Pathology, and will combine administrative leadership, clinical care and teaching activities with a research program in a field relevant to transfusion medicine, hematology or hemostasis.
The MGH Blood Transfusion Service encompasses a donor center, therapeutic apheresis, outpatient transfusion/infusion clinic, transfusion service, and stem cell collection and processing. Service and teaching responsibilities are shared with three other full and part-time staff physicians. The Blood Transfusion Service is part of an active residency training program in Pathology and supports fellowship training as part of the Harvard Joint Program in Transfusion Medicine. All clinical aspects of Transfusion Medicine are served, and ample opportunity for research collaboration exists within MGH, Harvard University and the Boston biomedical community. The donor center, outpatient area, and laboratory are adjacent and have recently been fully renovated. The service enjoys close collaboration with on-site laboratories in HLA, special coagulation, flow cytometry, clinical informatics and molecular diagnostics.
Candidates must be board-certified in Transfusion Medicine, with primary training in either Pathology or Hematology/Oncology (adult or pediatrics), and must have or be eligible for Massachusetts Medical License. A minimum of 10 years of experience in academic Transfusion Medicine is strongly preferred. Academic rank and salary will be based on experience and accomplishments.
Interested candidates should send a curriculum vitae and a description of interest to: Dennis Sgroi, MD c/o Ms. Joanne Schiavo at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions regarding the position can also be directed to Dr Sgroi c/o Ms. Schiavo.
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