Translational Research Program
The Translational Research Program in the Division of Public Health Sciences at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (FHCRC) invites applications from laboratory-based scientists for the position of Assistant or Associate Faculty Member (equivalent, respectively, to Assistant or Associate Professor at a university). Faculty rank will be dependent on qualifications and experience. Opportunities exist for a joint (secondary) appointment in the Divisions of Clinical Research, Human Biology, Basic Sciences, or Vaccine and Infectious Disease at the Center, as well as an affiliate appointment at the University of Washington depending on mutual interest.
The successful candidate will enter an active and dynamic research environment with many opportunities to collaborate with scientists across a diverse range of disciplines. We are seeking applicants with translational interests that include the development and utilization of molecular, genomic, computational and/or other innovative laboratory approaches with direct relevance to the etiology, prevention, detection, and/or treatment of solid tumors consistent with the Translational Research Program’s goal to advance our understanding of the biological basis of cancer and to translate findings to the clinic. We will consider PhD, MD/PhD, or MD scientists interested in a broad range of disciplines including, but not limited to cancer/tumor biology, pathology (including board certified pathologists), cancer genomics, and proteomics.
If you have questions about the application process, please contact Teri Martinez at email@example.com.
The applicant review process begins as applications arrive, but any application received by February 1, 2013 will be guaranteed consideration for the position. Applications that arrive after that date will be considered as long as the position remains open.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the University of Washington are equal opportunity/affirmative action employers. The two institutions are building culturally diverse faculty and strongly encourage applications from female and minority candidates.