- Our UF Health Proton Therapy Institute in Jacksonville, FL is seeking Clinical Assistant/Associate Full Professor knowledgeable in all aspects of radiotherapy and patient care, including both proton and photon-based therapy, adult or pediatric patients. Faculty will be involved with institutional and collaborative trial design. Faculty will also be active in the education of radiation oncology residents and the proton fellows. More details are available at the UF Careers website.
- The Department of Radiation Oncology is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator II. This position participates as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the planning and implementation of treatment and follow-up care for patients with oncology diseases that are enrolled on Radiation Oncology research protocols. The Coordinator will also be responsible for data management related to the treatment and clinical follow-up of these patients. Although this position is located in Gainesville, this individual provides support to Radiation Oncology physicians on both the Gainesville and Jacksonville campuses. More details and an online application are available on the UF Careers site.
- The Department of Radiation Oncology is currently seeking two qualified applicants to fill open positions as a Clinical Assistant Professor. This position will be located at the University of Florida Davis Cancer Pavilion in Gainesville, FL. The ideal candidate should have a strong focus on clinical research, multidisciplinary care of cancer patients and residency education. Learn more online at the UF Careers site.
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