Open Positions in Pathology

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Posted on 11/28/2018:
College of Medicine/Health Sciences Education

The University of Illinois College of Medicine is undergoing a major renewal of its curriculum, and renovation of its distributed model of education. This position would start in the spring of 2019. Candidates will be responsible for developing and delivering teaching material on basic principles needed for the practice of clinical medicine in Pathology. The selected individual will also have administrative responsibilities including coordination with other courses, generation of appropriate evaluation tools, and inter-campus collaborations. The successful candidate must be interested in curriculum development and integration with the clinical sciences, working collaboratively with like-minded and talented individuals across the University of Illinois College of Medicine campuses which include Rockford, Chicago and Peoria.The University of Illinois College of Medicine is one of the largest medical schools in the United States and offers outstanding opportunities for development for its students, faculty and staff. The Rockford campus is located in a robust, mid-size metropolitan area in northern Illinois, 90-miles west of Chicago. The city has minor league baseball and hockey, three botanical gardens, an art museum, theatre, revitalized downtown, and several parks and a river walk for walking, hiking, bicycling, and cross-country skiing. Public and several private schools systems are available.

  • Develop pathology teaching material in an integrated medical curriculum with instructional delivery of basic principles needed for the practice of clinical medicine.
  • Participate in teaching, both through lectures and other learning activities.
  • Collaborate with other UICOM sites on course schedules, materials and exams.
  • Terminal degree with human pathology expertise is required.
  • Previous experience in teaching collegiate/medical school pathology or related courses is required.

Posted on 10/09/2018:

TITLE:  Asst/Assoc/Professor of Anatomic Pathology

JOB DESCRIPTION:  The Assistant/Associate/Professor of Anatomic Pathology for the Knoxville location shall have the primary responsibility for teaching pathology in accordance with LMU-DCOM approved curriculum and for scholarly activity. They shall be held accountable for these obligations as they contribute to the attainment of the mission of the University, the School, and the Department.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  *MD or DO *Must be board certified in Anatomic Pathology with an excellent scholarly record. *Experience teaching systematic pathology to second year medical students is preferred. Academic rank will be commensurate with training and experience.

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Posted on 10/09/2018:

Medical Educator for Pathology – Assistant, Associate or Full Professor

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine established in 2015 is located in the heart of the Rio
Grande Valley of Texas, a region known for its rich culture and growing urban environment. UTRGV is predominantly a
Hispanic-serving Institution dedicated to student success and building a diverse faculty committed to working in a
multicultural environment. The region boasts of multiple cities adjacent to each other, with excellent schools, safe
neighborhoods, and a vibrant economic environment, and yet is one of the most affordable places to live within the

The Department of Medical Education at the UTRGV SOM is located in Edinburg, TX, and seeks to fill an open position to
teach within the pre-clerkship curricular years of the MD program. This position is a full-time, non-tenure track, 12-
month appointment with the possibility of yearly renewal based on satisfactory performance. Recruitment rank is open
and will be awarded commensurate with qualifications and experience. The UTRGV SOM offers a competitive salary and
a highly comprehensive benefits package.

This is a wonderful opportunity for outstanding individuals who are enthusiastic about teaching and education to
contribute to a new and growing medical school with an extremely dynamic environment and culture.

Candidates should possess a Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent and should have demonstrable expertise in Pathology. While
discipline expertise is a must, the desire and flexibility to integrate instruction across basic science disciplines within a
fully integrated curriculum would be considered an asset. All candidates are strongly encouraged to apply; however,
prior teaching experience in an LCME-accredited medical school would be considered an asset. All positions have a full-
time instructional mandate and the recruited candidate must be committed to excellence in teaching and mentoring of
1st- and 2nd-year medical students, in addition to contributing to co-curricular activities, such as course development,
or the implementation of new and innovative pedagogies. The present curriculum is designed extensively around the
Problem Based Learning (PBL) modality, while also employing traditional lecture-based instruction. Given the extensive
role of PBL in the pre-clerkship curriculum, all departmental faculty members are expected to contribute to, and
facilitate, PBL sessions. In addition to their instructional responsibilities, faculty are encouraged to pursue scholarly
activities, especially those that may be related to medical education. All faculty are expected to contribute to the school
via participation in service-related activities.

Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications will continue to be accepted until all positions are filled. For
consideration, please send a cover letter (specifying area/s of disciplinary expertise), CV, statement of teaching
philosophy/experience, along with the names and contact details of three professional references to:
Kate Rader, Director SOM Faculty Recruitment at