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Assistant / Associate Professor - Nevada Cancer Institute

Dimulai oleh reborn, Maret 02, 2007, 10:38:17 PM

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Nevada Cancer Institute (NVCI) Assistant / Associate Professor

has an opening for an

Assistant/Associate Professor

level candidate in Stem Cell Transplant in our Department of Hematological Malignancies

The Candidates

Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant candidates must have strong skills in the clinical care of allogeneic and autologous blood and marrow transplant patients. The ability to develop a clinical/translational research program with emphasis in stem cell transplantation is a must. The incoming physician will work in a collaborative, state-of-the-art environment using novel chemotherapeutic agents in transplant setting, innovative biologic therapies and other original approaches to stem cell transplantation.

The Institute

Designated by the state legislature as the official cancer institute for the State of Nevada, NVCI is a collaborative, statewide effort involving concerned citizens, the oncology community, academic leaders, legislators, corporations, healthcare advocates, and cancer patients and their families. NVCI is wholly committed to offering the residents of Nevada programs and services that will help to reduce the incidence and burden of cancer through the most current and most advanced cancer treatment options. The institute has a goal of being a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Housed in a state-of-the-art facility, NVCI began clinical and research operations in September 2005. The 142,000 square-foot research and care center is home to groundbreaking biomedical research, education, and technologically advanced, multi-disciplinary, sub-specialized patient care. This center is a hub where Nevadans and those from surrounding states can learn about cancer prevention, detection, and benefit from the latest in treatment options.

The City

As the fastest growing state in the equally fastest growing region in the nation, Nevada faces unique issues including the challenges of urban and rural health care. NVCI is located in Summerlin, one of the most renowned master planned communities in the country, and sits at the base of the Spring Mountain range at the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. The institute has expanded its footprint in the state in the last year with offices in Sparks, Fallon and Elko, and will continue to grow to meet the needs of Silver state residents. Las Vegas has been recognized by USA Today and Newsweek as one of the most dynamic and diverse city's in the nation. More than 50,000 new residents make Las Vegas home yearly. It will exceed two million inhabitants by 2010. The cost of living in Las Vegas is lower than in other comparable U.S. cities, in part because of the absence of any personal income tax. Outdoor recreation, entertainment and fine dining are among the assets Las Vegas has to offer, along with a growing art community. Life, health and bio-tech companies are increasingly starting or relocating to Las Vegas...

Interested candidates should fax their CV to: Nevada Cancer Institute, Corporate Recruiter
702-82-0056 (fax)