The Nuclear Medicine Section of the Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology of the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center is seeking a Chief. Candidates must be experienced Board–Certified, Fellowship-trained Nuclear Medicine Physicians. Candidates should have extensive clinical and research experience, interest in nuclear oncology, and thorough grounding in multi-probe PET/CT and image-guided radionuclide therapy. Prior practice experience at a tertiary oncology center preferred. Innovative approaches to the treatment of malignancy are emphasized. Additional background and Board Certification in Radiology, Medicine, Surgery, or Pathology is a plus. Prior leadership experience is preferred. Beyond oversight of performance of medical and technical staff and ensuring safe and efficient service delivery, responsibilities include the teaching of residents, fellows, and graduate students at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and Graduate Division of the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, University at Buffalo State University of New York.
Our Nuclear Medicine Department is located on the second floor in the main hospital, is state-of-the-art, and presently staffed by three full time nuclear medicine physicians. A satellite imaging facility includes a second PET/CT scanner as well as SPECT/CT. Roswell Park is committed to developing a premier Theranostic program including the build out of a dedicated infusion center within Nuclear Medicine to facilitate the expansion of radiopharmaceutical therapies. The nuclear medicine team works collaboratively with surgical and medical oncologists, radiation medicine physicians, and pathologists to provide multidisciplinary care to our patients as well as with RPCCC outreach programs to increase services in our local community.
Roswell Park is a NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center (one of only two in New York State) and a State University of New York at Buffalo affiliate, with academic appointments for staff.
Roswell Park is in the heart of a thriving medical corridor in Buffalo, NY, a city that has undergone major transformation, building on its waterfront on the shores of Lake Erie, historic architecture, affordable, charming, tree-lined neighborhoods, and proximity to Canada and the Toronto metropolitan area. Additional features include a world-renowned symphony orchestra, superlative art gallery, and dozens of universities and colleges, with national and international connections facilitated through the Buffalo Niagara International Airport.
Salary and rank are commensurate with experience and qualifications, and excellent fringe benefits are offered. Interested candidates should forward CV and names of three references to: