Massachusetts Institute of Technology Comparative Pathologist in Cambridge, Massachusetts
COMPARATIVE PATHOLOGIST, Division of Comparative Medicine (DCM), to assume a primary role in DCM's research, diagnostic, and training activities. Will team up with the chief of comparative pathology in fulfilling the diagnostic and research pathology needs of the institution; provide diagnostic anatomic pathology support covering a broad range of laboratory animal species maintained within the institution; collaborate and publish with highly cited researchers within and outside DCM; and assist with training postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, and summer research interns. Self-directed research will also be supported and encouraged.
This is a non-faculty senior academic staff position that is ideally suited for a candidate with up to three years of work experience post residency training and seeking opportunities to establish a career in comparative pathology.
DCM provides animal husbandry and clinical care for all research animals on the MIT campus. It conducts externally-funded research and has an NIH-funded training program for veterinarians specializing in biomedical research. Regional academic institutions and neighboring biotechnology/pharmaceutical companies offer advantages for continuing education and collaboration opportunities.
REQURED: a DVM/VMD from an AVMA-accredited or equivalent institution; residency training in a veterinary anatomic pathology, and board certification or board eligibility by the American College of Veterinary Pathologist (ACVP); highly effective verbal and written communication skills and a good command of English; and the ability to work independently and be an effective team player. Ph.D. in pathobiology, microbiology, toxicology or related discipline is highly preferred. Demonstrated research ability and hands-on skills with molecular and imaging techniques are desired. Familiarity with animal (particularly rodent) models of human disease is a plus. Job #14909
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Job Number: 14909
Functional Area: Research - Scientific
Department: Division of Comparative Medicine
School Area: VP Research
Employment Type: Full-Time
Employment Category: Exempt
Visa Sponsorship Available: Yes