The Department of Radiology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, a global leader in oncologic imaging, research and education, seeks to hire an Interventional Radiologist. This facility offers the highest standards of comprehensive cancer care in an environment designed to meet the unique needs of cancer patients and their families.
The candidates should be fellowship-trained in interventional radiology and board-eligible in interventional radiology. The candidates should have excellent clinical skills, research experience, and strong interpersonal skills. They must be eligible for medical licensure in New York, board-certified in radiology or be committed to achieving certification in a specified time period, and otherwise qualified for appointment to the MSKCC faculty.
The ideal candidate should possess a strong academic track record with significant prior publications, the ability to obtain research funding, and a commitment to research. The candidate should show superb clinical skills, a patient–centered approach, effective communication skills, and excellence in teaching.
Clinical appointments will be made within MSKCC and academic appointments at Weill Cornell Medical College, commensurate with experience and accomplishments. MSKCC offers a competitive salary and benefits.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and bibliography to:
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