Fellowship-Trained Urologic Oncologist | UF Urology
The Department of Urology at the University of Florida College of Medicine is seeking a BC/BE Fellowship-Trained Urologic Oncologist at the Assistant/Associate Professor level for a full-time faculty position.
- The University of Florida (UF) Department of Urology at UF Health Shands Hospital is a tertiary referral center that serves the population of north central Florida, southern Georgia and surrounding communities. The candidate would join a mature oncology practice within the department, which has 9 additional full-time urologists who support general, endourology, female, pediatric and reconstructive urologic surgery. The University of Florida is ranked 9th in the top public schools in the nation. UF College of Medicine is one of 16 colleges within the university and these additional colleges as well as the UF Cancer Center provide an environment rich in cross departmental collaborations.
- We are seeking a candidate with broad experience in all aspects of open, minimally invasive (laparoscopic/da Vinci robotic) and endoscopic treatments as applied to urologic oncology conditions. While experience in treating all genitourinary malignancies is required, we are primarily seeking candidates whose clinical focus is bladder and kidney cancer. The candidate would join a robust Multidisciplinary Genitourinary Oncology Team of physicians including fellowship-trained medical and radiation oncologist, pathologist and radiologist. Additionally, the candidate will have the opportunity to serve as a mentor and teacher for UF urology fellows, residents and medical students from UF Health Shands Hospital at the UF College of Medicine. Additional resources including four daVinci robotics, UroNav MRI-US fusion prostate biopsy technology, urologic oncology nurse navigator as well as four shared mid-level providers to support the candidate’s clinical practice.
- For those candidates with a keen interest in pursuing research as part of their academic career, the UF College of Medicine is a superb location to practice as it offers excellent intramural funding opportunities in addition to traditional government funding mechanisms. In 2017, NIH funding at the UF College of Medicine exceeded $100M. Protected time for research is available for qualified candidates who receive research funding. Mentorship from experienced faculty members will be provide for candidates without prior independent research experience and/or funding. Strong interest and participation in clinical trials is required and will be conducted in conjunction with the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute and UF Cancer Center.
How to Apply:
- All applicants are encouraged to seek application assistance by emailing your CV to the Physician Recruiter. In addition, candidates are encouraged to express their interest and obtain additional information about the position by contacting Daniel Faron, Operations Manager at 352-273-7834 or Daniel.Faron@urology.ufl.edu.