The Faculty of Medicine and Diagnostic Services of Manitoba Inc. (DSM) invite applications for the joint position of Head of the Department of Pathology, (Position Number: AAS 608), Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba and Discipline Director for Anatomic Pathology, DSM. This position is a five-year term commencing November 1, 2004. The appointment will be geographical full-time and tenured at the rank of Professor. Position Number: AJZ 069.
Candidates should have a substantial record of achievement in Pathology and extensive experience in teaching, research, administrative experience and leadership ability appropriate for the scope and challenge of this senior position.
As Head of the University
Department, the successful candidate will lead a department with a significant
research program (grant support in excess of $5 million in 2003) with
emphasis on developing brain, breast cancer, graft-versus-host disease,
cancer metastasis and pulmonary cell biology. The Department is responsible
for a fully-accredited postgraduate training program in Anatomical and
General Pathology, a M.Sc. Thesis program, and has launched an innovative
Master’s degree program for Pathologist Assistants. The Department
is responsible for the delivery of undergraduate medical and medical rehabilitation
teaching within the Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba. The department
consists of 20 GFT pathologists, 16 non-GFT
The department will relate closely to the newly-formed DSM, which is responsible for the operation of all public sector laboratory services in the Province and all rural diagnostic imaging services. As DSM Discipline Medical Director, Anatomic Pathology the individual will be responsible for providing leadership in the delivery of standardized, efficient, and cost effective pathology services for all public sector laboratories in Manitoba. The Director will provide leadership in the translation of scientific information into clinical services. Significant emphasis in the pursuit of a quality system to meet customer requirements; in design of the processes; in the reliability and efficiency of the production environment; and in monitoring and evaluation of performance indicators, will be required.
Candidates must have senior specialty qualifications in Pathology in the country of current practice and must be eligible for registration with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba. Certification in Pathology by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada is preferred. The University of Manitoba offers good working conditions, a competitive salary and an attractive benefit package.
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