The Urologic Oncology Branch, Center for Cancer Research, National Cancer Institute, is recruiting for a Urologic Surgeon Physician-Scientist focusing on development of better methods of diagnosis, management and treatment of bladder cancer.
The Urologic Oncology Branch at the National Cancer Institute has clinical and research programs in prostate, kidney and bladder cancer. Clinics, surgeries and inpatient facilities are in the Clinical Center Hospital of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. The Urologic Oncology Branch has an active surgical and clinical research program with a Society of Urologic Oncology Fellowship Program and residents rotating from area hospitals.
This is a position with a unique opportunity for independent resources, including support for clinical trials, laboratory investigations or both. Applicants may have a primary research interest in clinical trials, basic laboratory research or both. There is also the opportunity for the applicant to apply for a Lasker Clinical Research Scholars Program at the National Institutes of Health. The Lasker Clinical Research Scholars Program provides full salary and research support for up to 8 years.
Medical License in the United States
Board Eligible in Urologic Surgery
Internal Number: 000000
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