Associate/Full Professor of
Radiation Oncology, Tenure-Track
Candidates with evidence of signifcant extramural funding and a strong
publication record in any area of Tumor or Radiation Biology are encouraged to apply. We are particularly interested in individuals with research
interests in normal tissue radiobiology, tumor microenvironment or tumor
stem cells. The Division of Radiation Research is comprised of 14 faculty
engaged in innovative, translational research with a focus on the study
of the tumor microenvironment, radiation response modifers, photodynamic therapy and proton therapy. Research in the Division is supported
by multiple grants from the NIH, DoD, NASA, private foundations and
industry. Faculty in the Division can have cross-appointments to other
Departments and can belong to different graduate groups such as Cell
and Molecular Biology and Pharmacology. The majority of the Division
faculty are located in new, contiguous laboratory space in the Smilow
Center for Translational Research Building (SCTR), in very close proximity to the clinic. State-of-the- art shared instrumentation includes a
3-D conformal irradiator for small animals, live cell microscopy, hypoxia
chambers, multiple PDT lasers, etc. The SCTR building has its own barrier and non-barrier animal facility and small animal imaging facilities
which include optical, MR and CT imaging.
Acompetitive start-up package and laboratory space will be provided. For
more information about the Department of Radiation Oncology, and the
Division of Radiation Research please visit:
Interested candidates should send a curriculum vitae, a one page summary
of their future research goals and the names of three references, preferably
in a single pdf, via the online form.
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