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Associate Professor or Professor - Director of Can

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SIU Medicine
Physical Address
825 North Rutledge Street
Springfield, IL 62702
Job Description

The Director of Cancer Epidemiology is responsible for developing, promoting and coordination the programmatic aspects of a cancer epidemiology program for Simmons Cancer Institute. The individual will be expected to develop a vigorous, eternally funded research program and to collaborate with other members of the Department, the Cancer Institute, Population Science and Policy, and the School as appropriate. The teaching responsibilities will include participation in the curriculum for undergraduate medical students as well as in the Molecular Biology, Microbiology and Biochemistry Graduate program as appropriate. The mentoring of graduate students in pursuit of the M.S. and Ph.D. degree and postdoctoral fellows is expected.

  • Ph.D. or MD/PhD in a relevant biomedical field with demonstrated expertise in cancer epidemiology.
  • Experience commensurate with the ability to excel as an independent investigator. Appointments at the Associate/Full professor level requires significant (eight to ten years
  • ) experience with credentials that would allow appointment as an Associate/Full Professor.
  • Evidence of research capabilities demonstrated by a sustained record of publications in high quality peer-reviewed specialty journals.
  • Experience performing and leading research teams as evidenced by principal investigator status on federally funded grant (s). Demonstrated experience in developing and mentoring basic, clinical, educational, or population based research programs is required.
  • Evidence of sustained funding capabilities as demonstrated by secured grant monies through public and private sources.
  • Sensitive to the needs of underrepresented minority populations.
  • Demonstrated leadership and significant practical experience in teaching, research, scholarship, creative professional achievement and development of research programs.
  • Record of innovative and effective administration and fiscal leadership.
  • Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.


Health, vision, dental and life insurance offered on Day 1 of employment

13 paid holidays per year

Choice of retirement plans

Generous vacation time

Tuition Reimbursement and Tuition Waivers

Discount Programs

and MORE!


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