Allegheny Health network is recruiting a second Neuro-Oncologist for further expansion of their rapidly growing Neuro-Oncology program and needs. The successful candidate will be a team member in the Neuro-Oncology Interdisciplinary Program that includes the full spectrum of sub-specialties and support services. The candidate is expected to develop a strong clinical program and research trials for brain metastases. The position is a member of the Section of Hematology/Oncology and fulfills clinical, educational, and research missions at Allegheny Health Network. An interest in metastatic disease is strongly desired. Our Goal is to develop a strong brain metastases program and the second Neuro-Oncologist should act as a bridge between the local Oncologists and Neuro-Oncology team for better patient care and survival. An experience in translational research would complement the current program.
The ideal candidate should have:
Demonstrated commitment to providing the high quality and cost-efficient cancer care to patients with a Neuro-Oncology diagnosis or neurologic complications of cancer and therapy.
Demonstrated keen interest in the development of brain metastases program.
Demonstrated commitment to education and a record of good scholarly accomplishment as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications, extramural research funding, or clinical research trials.
Excellent interpersonal, clinical, and teaching skills.
BC/BE in Neurology or Oncology with fellowship in Neuro-Oncology
Eligible for State of Pennsylvania medical license
Eligible for Federal DEA Registration
We welcome applications from board certified Neurologists with specialization in Neuro-Oncology or board certified Oncologists with specialization in Neuro-Oncology.
About Allegheny Health Network
Allegheny Health Network (AHN) – a subsidiary of Highmark Health, the third largest integrated health care delivery and financing system in the nation – is an integrated delivery network focused on preserving health care choice and providing affordable, high-quality care to the people in our communities. With more than 14,000 employees including 7,400 health care professionals, nearly 200 primary care and specialty care practices, Allegheny Health Network includes seven hospitals in Pennsylvania (1 in New York) with nearly 2,400 licensed beds.