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Phoenix Children's
Phoenix, Arizona, United States (on-site)
3 days ago
Phoenix Children's
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
(on-site)
3 days ago
Job Function
Laboratory Medicine

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Faculty Position - Pediatric Stem Cell Transplantation

Phoenix Children’s and the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders seeks a faculty member to join the Pediatric Stem Cell Transplantation Program at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. The successful candidate should have completed a fellowship in Pediatric Hematology / Oncology and preferably an additional year in pediatric BMT.  Responsibilities include shared inpatient and night call responsibilities on the BMT service, managing outpatients in the clinic setting, and developing a clinical, translational, and/or laboratory research program in a field relevant to stem cell transplantation.   Teaching responsibilities may include medical students from the University of Arizona and Mayo Medical School, as well as Phoenix Children’s residents and Hem/Onc fellows.  Qualified candidates should have a strong interest in mentoring and program development, be academically productive, and must be board certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties in Pediatrics, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology subspecialty, and have additional training or experience in stem cell transplantation.

The pediatric BMT Program is jointly FACT accredited with the adult BMT program at Mayo Clinic Arizona and has been operational since 2003. Clinical pediatric care is provided at Phoenix Children’s in a state-of-the-art facility opened in 2009. The combined Mayo Clinic adult and PCH pediatric BMT program have ten allogeneic transplant faculty members, with five faculty members currently in Pediatrics. The pediatric program currently performs approximately 45 – 50 transplants annually, including autologous, related allogeneic, haplo, and alternative donor transplants, and manages an additional 8-10 CAR-T pre-B-cell ALL patients.  The combined adult and pediatric BMT program have excellent survival rates, with the program receiving a +1 rating from the CIBMTR for the outcomes reported over the last five years. The pediatric BMT program is a COG-approved transplant site and actively participates in cooperative group trials through the PBTCT, the PIDTC, and the Sickle Cell consortium, as well as running several institution investigator-initiated trials. The Pediatric BMT team is a multidisciplinary team committed to providing state-of-the-art care to the patients of the Southwest as well as to patients from out-of-state and international locations.

The research focus of the BMT Program includes acute leukemia, myeloproliferative disorders, transplant for hemoglobinopathies and immune deficiencies, chronic GVHD, survivorship, and cellular therapies. The Children’s Blood and Cancer Division at Phoenix Children’s sees over 370 new oncology patients per year, and has additional active clinical and laboratory research programs in oncology, neuro-oncology, survivorship, hemophilia, and phase I/phase II investigational drug development.

There is an ACMG-approved fellowship program in pediatric hematology/oncology, with affiliations with the Mayo Clinic, the Arizona Cancer Center, and the University of Arizona, as well as a BMT clinical fellowship.

Phoenix Children’s, the only freestanding Children’s Hospital in Arizona, houses a designated wing with 16 HEPA Filtered, positive-pressure rooms for particularly immune-deficient patients.

PCH is a comprehensive tertiary and quaternary care center that also serves as a primary pediatric teaching facility for the University of Arizona, and the Mayo Clinic Arizona medical students and has residency programs in Pediatrics and Medicine/Pediatrics.

Phoenix Children’s is an equal opportunity employer offering competitive salary and benefits in a setting supportive of individual and professional growth.  Academic appointments are encouraged through the Mayo Clinic and the University of Arizona.

This position offers competitive compensation, excellent benefits, including employer retirement contribution, generous vacation/meeting time, CME funds, health and dental benefits, disability, and life insurance.

Interested applicants are encouraged to submit a CV, with cover letter to our leadership. Letters of reference may be requested.

Raye Jean Becker                                        

Sr. Physician Talent Acquisition Partner

Phoenix Children's

rbecker@phoenixchildrens.com  

0 (602)933-1101 C (319)290-2906

Roberta H. Adams, M.D.                                                                        

Program Director, Blood and Marrow Transplant Program                                                                                      Phoenix Children's

radams@phoenixchildrens.com       



Job ID: 72006659

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