Assistant, Associate or Full Professor (Pathology)
University of Hawaii - Honolulu, HI

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To begin approximately August 2013; appointment is dependent on position clearance and availability of funds; continuation is contingent upon satisfactory performance and availability of funds. Assistant Professor Duties and Responsibilities
  • Teach and mentor medical students, residents, and graduate students, which includes providing advisement for research projects.
  • Provide autopsy and anatomy instruction.
  • Serve as a resource person in the area of Pathology
  • Give lectures or conferences/colloquia on clinical skills, laboratories, and problem-based learning (PBL).
  • Facilitate student/resident/fellow-centered learning.
  • Supervise medical students, residents and fellows in clinical care settings.
  • Organize and administer educational or training experiences for medical students, residents, or fellows.
  • Develop and conduct research scholarship in the areas affecting human health, patient care, or methods and techniques of medical education.
  • Collaborate with affiliated organizations and specialized groups.
  • Serve on University committees.
  • Perform other scholarly activities as assigned.
  • Associate Professor Duties and Responsibilities
  • Teach and mentor medical students, residents, and graduate students, which includes providing advisement for research projects.
  • Provide autopsy and anatomy instruction.
  • Serve as a resource person in the area of Pathology
  • Give lectures or conferences/colloquia on clinical skills, laboratories, and problem-based learning (PBL).
  • Facilitate student/resident/fellow-centered learning.
  • Supervise medical students, residents and fellows in clinical care settings.
  • Organize and administer educational or training experiences for medical students, residents, or fellows.
  • Develop and conduct research scholarship in the areas affecting human health, patient care, or methods and techniques of medical education.
  • Collaborate with affiliated organizations and specialized groups.
  • Serve on University committees.
  • Perform other scholarly activities as assigned.
  • Professor Duties and Responsibilities
  • In addition to the duties and responsibilities for the Assistant/Associate Professor rank, assume major responsibilities for teaching and related planning and development duties in teaching Pathology to medical students and residents.
  • Participate in continuing medical education programs.
  • Conduct significant research in the field of Pathology.
  • Serve as an outstanding liaison to the medical community of Hawaii.
  • Perform other scholarly activities as assigned.
  • Assistant Professor Minimum Qualifications
  • MD degree or equivalent medical degree from a medical school of recognized standing.
  • Board certification (within 7 years) or qualified to become certified (or the equivalent) is required.
  • Must have current Hawaii medical license or be able to apply.
  • Demonstrated ability in teaching and patient care.
  • Evidence of effective research, scholarly activity or clinical administration.
  • Poise and good address for meeting and conferring with others.
  • Associate Professor Minimum Qualifications
  • MD degree or equivalent medical degree from a medical school of recognized standing.
  • A minimum of four years in the rank of Assistant Professor or one year at the rank of Associate Professor at another Medical School of recognized standing.
  • Board certified with the American Board of Pathology and recertified as required.
  • Proven ability in teaching and program administration.
  • Evidence of effective research, scholarly activity or clinical administration.
  • Recognition for having made a significant scholarly contribution to the clinical specialty.
  • Ability to serve as a role model for students, residents and junior colleagues.
  • Professor Minimum Qualifications
  • MD degree or equivalent medical degree from a medical school of recognized standing.
  • A minimum of four years in the rank of Associate Professor or one year at the rank of Professor at another Medical School of recognized standing.
  • Board certified with the American Board of Pathology and recertified as required.
  • Proven ability in teaching and program administration.
  • Recognition for having made a significant scholarly contribution to the clinical specialty.
  • Proven capacity for leadership in the professional and scholarly community.
  • Ability to serve as a role model for students, residents and junior colleagues.

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