|Advertised Title||Associate Professor/Professor - SmartState Chair for Primary Cancer Prevention and Disparities|
|Campus||School of Medicine Columbia|
|College/Division||School of Medicine Columbia|
|Department||SOMC Family and Preventive Medicine|
|Advertised Salary Range||Salary commensurate with qualifications.|
|Location of Vacancy|
|Part/Full Time||Full Time|
|Hours per Week|
|Position Category||Full-time Equivalent (FTE)|
|Job Search Category||Faculty-Tenured Track/Tenured|
|Advertised Job Summary||
The Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine is seeking a mid-senior level academic physician engaged in primary cancer prevention/screening with an emphasis on reaching underserved patient populations. This position will be for a tenure/tenure track associate/full professor in Family and Preventive Medicine with joint appointments available in the USC School of Public Health or other appropriate affiliate. Moreover this position will entail an appointment at the WJB Dorn VA (5/8ths) for providing primary cancer screening and establishing a research initiative in this thematic area and in keeping with the VA mission. This high level position will be supported by a South Carolina SmartState Chair Endowment, Family and Preventive Medicine within the School of Medicine, and the VA Medical Center.
|Required Education and Experience||
The candidate should have an MD degree with appropriate board certification and be eligible for licensing in South Carolina and credentialing within the VA healthcare system. Physician Scientist active in the area of cancer screening/prevention/disparities. A strong track record of past and current federal/peer review funding essential.
|Desired Start Date||09/01/2017|
|Job Open Date||08/25/2017|
|Job Close Date|
|Open Until Filled||Yes|
|Special Instructions to Applicant|
|Quicklink for Posting||http://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/17003|
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