Duke University Hospital, Department of Pathology seeks Pathologists to fill a position in Cytopathology with a preferred surgical pathology subspecialty.
Applicants should be fellowship trained and board eligible/certified in cytopathology, with experience performing fine needle aspiration biopsies. Experience or interest in a surgical pathology subspecialty field is desirable. Preferred, but not required, surgical pathology fields of interest and/or training include gynecologic, gastrointestinal, bone and soft tissue, ENT, and breast pathology. Board certification in anatomic (+/- clinical) pathology and eligibility for licensure in the State of North Carolina are required.
Competitive candidates are those highly committed to patient care, a quality practice, and teaching with a team-building attitude and excellent organizational and interpersonal skills. They should seek to advance the field of pathology through original and collaborative scholarship. Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with training and experience.
Duke Cytopathology and Surgical Pathology Divisions: Diagnostic responsibilities in cytopathology include the full range of exfoliative cytology and fine needle aspiration biopsies, including pathologist-performed palpable and ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration biopsies as well as rapid on-site evaluations of endoscopic, bronchoscopic, and interventional radiology specimens. Other diagnostic responsibilities include covering general frozen sections and participation in our autopsy service. Duke has a large diagnostic pathology division, and this work is supported by state-of-the-art histology, biomarker testing, molecular diagnostics, and cytogenetics laboratories, along with world-class bioinformatics and core facilities. An excellent training program with fellows, residents, and medical students complements the clinical functions.
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