The Department of Radiation Oncology and the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University, invite applications for the position of Radiation Oncologist at Assistant or Associate Professor rank. The applicants should be ABR board certified/eligible in Radiation Oncology. The successful candidate will provide clinical services in Pediatric, CNS, Head and Neck, GI or other sites. They are encouraged to perform clinical and translation researches, develop clinical trials, participate in NRG and other national and internal trials. Qualified candidates may also take a leadership role in clinical operation, education, and research within the Department of Radiation Oncology and the Cancer Center.
Georgia Cancer Center houses extensive state-of-the-art core facilities, with a focus on genomics, proteomics and molecular medicine. Cancer research focus is in the areas of molecular oncology and biomarkers, signaling and angiogenesis, cancer immunotherapy, inflammation and tolerance cancer prevention and control. Clinical research is conducted through the excellent Cancer Center translational research infrastructure that includes the minority based NCORP grant, cooperative group trials, investigator-initiated trials, and the Phase I and II clinical research programs. Opportunities for research collaboration with basic and clinical researchers are available.
The Georgia Cancer Center Radiation Therapy facility houses four linear accelerators, including an Edge SRT/SBRT unit, a new Tomotherapy Unit and a HDR Brachytherapy Suite. GAMMA Knife Radiosurgery is also available on campus.
Augusta, Georgia is the second largest city in Georgia, and is home to the annual Masters Golf Tournament. Augusta has been ranked among the top cities for economic performance and for families.
How to apply:
To be considered as an applicant for this position, you must apply online (click the link below) and you must include a current CV or resume.
Augusta University is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action, and Equal Access Employer. Augusta University has a strong interest in promoting diversity in its faculty. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
Required Education- M.D., completed 4-year residency in Radiation Oncology
Discipline: Radiation Oncology
The applicants should be ABR board certified/eligible in Radiation Oncology
Georgia Medical License and DEA
Internal Number: 224200
About Augusta University
The Medical College of Georgia Department of Radiation Oncology is devoted to providing superior patient care in an atmosphere of compassion and professionalism. It is our goal to provide accurate and precise radiation therapy treatment in an effective and compassionate manner doing our best to maintain our patient's dignity and self-respect. We are committed to fostering a safe, professional and caring environment for our patient, their families and our co-workers.
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