Associate Professor Term (Open Rank) – Academic Breast Pathologist

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Louisville, KY

Job ID: 40386

Location: Pathology

Position Description

The Department of Pathology at the University of Louisville is experiencing a robust phase of growth and expansion and is seeking a full time Surgical Pathologist with expertise in women’s health, particularly in breast pathology. The candidates should have a strong interest in promoting the academic mission including maintaining scholarly activities and participating in graduate and undergraduate medical education.  Applicants should have a breast pathology fellowship or a strong and proven interest in breast pathology. The position requires some general surgical pathology signout; therefore, interest in other areas like gynecologic, thoracic, or dermatologic pathology is highly desirable but not required.

A track record of publications demonstrating clinical and scientific accomplishments is desirable.  The selected candidate will be part of a leading multidisciplinary breast cancer team at the University of Louisville Hospital, Jewish Hospital and the Brown Cancer Center.  The applicants should be board certified in anatomic or combined anatomic and clinical pathology and be qualified for an unrestricted medical license in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.  The academic rank, tenure and salary will be based upon level of qualifications, experience, and scholarly accomplishments.

The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is supported by several state-of-the-art research and diagnostic laboratories, including strong core instrument facilities with modern molecular diagnostics capabilities.

Louisville, home of the Kentucky Derby, is a city on the move, with major amenities like world-class performing arts and cultural amenities, great sports, a thriving downtown, an abundance of parks and recreational areas, and an incredible food and dining culture.  Yet Louisville also offers hospitality, warmth, and smaller-city advantages like shorter commutes and a lower cost of living.

Applicants should submit, as one document, curriculum vitae, a brief statement of research interests, career goals, and names of four references.

Equal Employment Opportunity

The University of Louisville is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, sex, age, color, national origin, ethnicity, creed, religion, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, pregnancy, or veteran status. If you are unable to use our online application process due to an impairment or disability, please contact the Employment team at [email protected] or 502.852.6258.

How to apply

Apply online. You must answer all required fields and submit your application by clicking the “Submit” button.  Detailed instructions are available at louisville.edu/jobs in the “My Career Tools” section.  Vacancies are routinely removed from the jobs portal around 7:00PM on the deadline date.  If the posting description requested that you follow up and mail or email other documents, your application will not be considered complete until those have been received by the department.

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Only ONE attachment can be uploaded per application. If you wish to include a cover letter or other documents, please combine them as one document with your resume/cv, save the document with a simple short title that contains only letters, spaces, or numbers, and then upload.

Computers are available for application submission at the Human Resources Department located at 1980 Arthur Street – Louisville, Kentucky 40208.

If you require assistance or accommodation with our online application process, you may schedule an appointment at (502) 852-6258 with Employment Services at the Human Resources office located at 1980 Arthur Street, Louisville, KY 40208.

The University of Louisville is a state supported research university located in Kentucky's largest metropolitan area. It was a municipally supported public institution for many decades prior to joining the university system in 1970. The University has three campuses.