ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY INSTRUCTOR
2022 – 2023
Applications are invited for Anatomic Pathology Instructor positions in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. The successful candidates will join a subspecialized anatomic pathology division supporting the clinical and academic missions of an internationally recognized department. One year of prior fellowship training in surgical pathology or a surgical pathology subspecialty is preferred (senior residents with an outstanding record of excellent diagnostic skills will also be considered). Eligibility for California licensure and for appointment to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Staff is required.
Positions are one year in duration (consideration may be given to a second year), with independent sign-out after an initial brief period of supervision and proctoring, coupled with active role in resident education on a daily basis (through scope, gross room and various didactics/ conferences), responsibilities in an active intraoperative consultation service and tumor board coverage, with availability of protected time on a weekly basis for preparation for educational responsibilities/ other duties as applicable. Instructors will rotate through core subspecialties, with room for emphasis on subspecialties of interest during the second half of the year. In addition, up to 4 weeks of elective service time are granted, which may be used for an additional subspecialty rotation in anatomic pathology of personal interest.
The instructor will have the unique opportunity to work with subspecialized pathologists with substantial expertise in their fields, providing both exceptional educational as well as practical experience, emerging with the confidence of independent and competent practicing surgical pathologists in either a community or academic setting, or enter and excel into further subspecialty fellowship training, within or outside our department.
Instructors are employed by Beverly Pathology, an independently contracted pathology group under the Cedars-Sinai Medical Foundation. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is a multi-specialty academic health science center in Los Angeles and a recognized leader among the nation’s most respected organizations, considered the largest private not-for-profit provider of health care on the West Coast, treating more cancer patients than any other medical center in Southern California. The Division of Anatomic Pathology processes over 70,000 surgical and 25,000 cytologic cases annually (both neoplastic and non-neoplastic).
Interested applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, letter of interest, and three Letters of Recommendation with contact information to:
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