HEAD, BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT UNIT

07/30/18   Italy   HEMATOLOGY UNIT, MONZA, ITALY  

Job description

 

The University of Milano Bicocca and the S. Gerardo Hospital in Monza are seeking applicants for a combined appointment in Bone Marrow Transplantation, at the rank of Senior physician/Associate professor position. Clinical focus will be in allogeneic transplant and other cellular therapies for patients with myeloid and lymphoid  malignancies.  Faculty  duties  include  the  establishment  and coordination of  a  focused  research and clinic practice,   and   attending   on   the   Inpatient   and   Outpatient   Transplant   Services.

Our present 4 Faculty perform over 100 transplants and approximately 40 cellular therapy procedures annually, while conducting basic, translational and clinical research. The BMT Unit has a very strong clinical and research partnership with the Department of Malignant Hematology at University of Milano Bicocca.  We look for an individual able to make this unit to growth, with a particular emphasis on scientific productivity and clinical trial activity.

Requirements

Qualified applicants will possess an M.D. degree, a medical license or eligibility in Italy, board eligibility/certification in Hematology, and BMT training.  Preference will be given to applicants with expertise in clinical and translational research in hematological  disorders  and  with the  ability  to  secure  peer-reviewed  funding.  The appointment will be initially hospital-based, but a double appointment for qualified individuals is  preferable; in such a case a research track record qualifying the individual for an Associate Professor position in Hematology (abilitazione) is also necessary.

 

How to apply

Interested applicants can send their CV and the names of 3 references to:

Carlo Gambacorti-Passerini, MD Head, Dept. of Hematology

University of Milano Bicocca

Via Cadore 48,

20900 Monza – Italy

Email  carlo.gambacorti@unimib.it

With whom this position can be confidentially discussed at +39.039.233-9553  (+39.039.233-3435 AM)