Augusta University - Center for Blood Disorders
Hematology Faculty Position
The Center For Blood Disorders at August University (AU), a part of the Georgia Cancer Center and the Medical College of Georgia (Divison of Hematology/Oncology in the Department of Medicine) invites applications for a faculty position at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor. Individuals with a specific interest in benign hematology are requested to apply.
Board certification in Internal Medicine and Hematology is required. The desired candidate will participate in patient care, teaching, and research and is expected to work collaboratively and develop and participate in clinical trials. The Center for Blood Disorders is involved in patient care and research for adult patients with inherited blood disorders including sickle cell disease, hemophilia and other bleeding disorders, and thrombosis. The Center has a well-funded infrastructure, which includes a clinical care team and a clinical research program, as well as an in-house laboratory that specializes in molecular diagnostics of blood disorders, including hemoglobinopathies, myeloproliferative neoplasms, and bleeding disorders. The AU Center for Blood Disorders has been involved in a large number of NIH- and industry-funded clinical trials and has been successful in maintaining long-term, uninterrupted extramural funding
Interested applicants, submit CV to Abdullah Kutlar, MD, Professor of Medicine, Director, AU Center for Blood Disorders, c/o Leigh Wells, MSN, Clinical and Research Manager, at [email protected].