Now hiring: Breast Pathology Fellowship

The BC Cancer Agency (BCCA) is committed to reducing the incidence of cancer, reducing the mortality from cancer, and improving the quality of life of those living with cancer.

Breast Pathology Fellowship
BC Cancer Agency
Providence Health Care, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

One Year Term (beginning July 1, 2016 – with potential for extension)

This unique fellowship is comprised of both clinical and research components in equal parts and provides an opportunity to gain research experience as a fellow. Fellows will divide their time between BC Cancer Agency (BCCA), Mount Saint Joseph and St. Paul’s Hospitals and rotate through the clinical pathology laboratory and the research laboratory at BCCA. Fellows work closely with the breast multidisciplinary team, actively participating in rounds and providing service and consultation to clinicians in matter relating to breast diseases. It is expected that the fellow participates in collaborative research, with an option to conduct individual research, all under the guidance of a faculty member and/or pathologist]. This includes research proposals, submitting abstracts to scientific meetings and preparing manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed journals.

Candidates with the following qualifications/experience are preferred:

  • Canadian citizenship or permanent residency.
  • MSc or PhD.
  • Research experience, especially molecular biology.

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

To apply for this rewarding career development opportunity, please forward (1) a letter of application outlining your areas of interest, (2) a copy of your current CV, and (3) names and contact information of three references, to:

Carol Jeffs
Senior Advisor, PHSA Talent Acquisition
cjeffs@phsa.ca
 

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

PHSA, Providence Health Care and UBC are committed to employment equity and hires on the basis of merit. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals, including Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.