Duke Health, Division of Hematology/Department of Medicine
Non-Malignant Hematology Faculty, Junior to Mid-Career: Multiple Positions Available
Duke's Division of Hematology within the Department of Medicine has a primary focus on non-malignant Hematologic disease. Our clinical sites and research programs are expanding, and we are actively seeking additional junior to mid-career faculty members interested in being part of Duke’s vibrant Hematology Division. Key clinical and research strengths within Duke Hematology include programs in Hemostasis & Thrombosis, Cytopenias, Myeloproliferative Neoplasms, Apheresis, and Sickle Cell Disease.
We are seeking faculty members with a focus on clinical practice. Hired physicians can choose to see patients on Duke’s main academic campus, or else in our thriving community-based Hematology-Oncology practice in highly-desired Raleigh, NC. With either setting, physicians with a passion for clinical, educational and/or research are encouraged to apply. Teaching opportunities are available across the spectrum of learners, including Hematology/Oncology fellows, interns, Internal Medicine residents and medical students.
Several unique opportunities are available within the Division, if so desired:
- Ability to grow current clinical and translational research programs to complement the basic science research programs
- Participation in the apheresis service; a robust clinical research program
- Involvement with the clinical laboratory services (Coagulation and Platelet Antibody Laboratories, and the Transfusion Service)
- Access to the Hemostasis & Thrombosis Core Laboratory in support of research efforts interfacing with Pediatrics and other interdisciplinary collaborations, including a transition clinic with pediatrics for patients with sickle cell disease, a shared clinic with maternal fetal medicine
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Interested candidates can upload their CV and letter of interest HERE. Alternatively, they can email their CV and inquiry to [email protected].
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