Opportunity Details

Department of Medicine

IM - Hematology Division


Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor or Instructor - Research, Department of Hematology

The Hematology Division of the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis invites applications for a physician scientist at the level of Assistant Professor on the tenure track or Associate Professor with tenure. Candidates should have an M.D. degree or combined M.D./Ph.D. The successful applicant will establish an independent, laboratory-based basic research program and will participate in the in-patient and consult services at Barnes-Jewish Hospital; establishment of an outpatient clinic will be optional. The hematology service sees a broad range of patients with classical hematological problems, including sickle cell anemia and other hemoglobinopathies, bleeding and thrombotic disorders, myeloproliferative neoplasms, bone marrow failure syndromes, and autoimmune hematologic diseases. The hematology service does not treat patients with lymphoma or acute leukemia or perform bone marrow transplantation, although there are close collaborations with clinicians that perform these services as part of the joint Hematology/Oncology fellowship program. Current Hematology Division faculty members conduct a wide range of biomedical and basic science research (see http://hematology.wustl.edu/). The successful candidate will receive a generous start-up package, excellent laboratory space, and guaranteed protected time to perform research. Faculty members have access to state-of-the-art clinical and basic science core facilities, including microarray, proteomics and mass spectrometry, cyTOF and mass cytometry, biomedical informatics, and mouse transgenics. Access to tissue banking at the Siteman Cancer Center, genome engineering at the Genome Engineering & iPSC Center, and sequence analysis at the world renowned Genome Institute are additional assets.


Stephen Oh, MD,


(314) 362-8814




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