Join the team of world-class clinicians and researchers in the heart of the southwest at the University of New Mexico Cancer Center. One of 47 NCI designated comprehensive cancer centers, our 130 board-certified oncology physicians and more than 130 research scientists treat multiethnic patients throughout New Mexico who have striking patterns of cancer incidence, mortality and disparity. Our vibrant team of basic, clinical and translational scientists are supported by almost $60 million in annual research funding.
For additional information about the UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center, download our recruitment packet. Submit an application online at https://unmjobs.unm.edu or use the links below each job title below. The UNM Jobs Application site also lists complete descriptions, minimum requirements and preferences, and application requirements.
(Note: if you are looking for postdoctoral positions, please visit our Postdoctoral Opportunities page)
Applications are invited from mid-career physicians or physician-scientists with expertise in clinical care and in clinical and translational laboratory or clinical trials-focused research in thoracic oncology. The successful applicant will provide leadership of the UNMCCC Lung and Aerodigestive Cancer Clinical and Clinical/Translational Research Programs and will foster interactions between laboratory and clinical investigators, and lead and participate in multidisciplinary clinical trial teams focused on development and conduct of therapeutic and non-therapeutic interventional clinical trials, including investigator-initiated and early-phase clinical trials. Applicants should have a strong track record of academic accomplishment and funding support. Numerous collaborative research opportunities are available at UNMCCC and with The Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute. Search Chair: Olivier Rixe, MD, PhD.
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