As seen in the 21 January issue of Science :|
HOLLINGS CANCER CENTER
A National Cancer Institute
Designated Cancer Center
Program Leader in
and Genome Sciences
The Hollings Cancer Center and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) are excited to announce an opening for a senior level faculty leader to develop and lead a new Program of Cancer Genetics and Genome Sciences. As Program leader this individual will have a significant leadership role in the Hollings Cancer Center, and also be expected to promote a campus wide genetics program, involving multiple other disciplines. Resources will be provided for additional recruitments into newly constructed laboratory space. Candidates should have a national reputation in cancer genetics; a solid record of collaborative, peer-reviewed funded research; and evidence of leadership ability.
In 2009, The Hollings Cancer Center received designation by the National Cancer Institute; and with its state-of-the-art clinical; research; and shared resource facilities; including new research space to house the genetics faculty, it has a strong culture of promoting translational research.
Charleston, South Carolina, located along the Atlantic coast, is a jewel of a city rich in history, culture and arts, and access to beaches and outdoor recreational opportunities. The region offers a superb, family-friendly quality of life.
Interested individuals should email their CV, a summary of future research plans, and three references to:
Dr. Andrew Kraft or Dr. Dennis Watson
Hollings Cancer Center
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, SC 29425
MUSC is an Equal Opportunity Employer,
promoting workplace diversity.
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