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April Job Postings: New Career Opportunities and Fellowship Listings

2021    Supportive Care Clinical and Research Positions - APRIL: Seidman Cancer Center, Mayo Clinic, Cancer Support Community Research and Training Institute.

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Job Postings: New Career Opportunities and Fellowship Listings

2021    MASCC Career Opportunities and Fellowship Listings

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MASCC Career Opportunities and Fellowship Listings

2020    MASCC Career Opportunities and Fellowship Listings: Post-Doctoral Fellowship Opportunity, Palliative Medicine Physician

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New Job Posting: Fellowship T32 Clinical and Translational Cancer Control Research Training Program

2020    University of Rochester’s Wilmot Cancer Institute Seeks Candidates for Post-Doctoral Fellowships Beginning Summer 2021.  Now in its 17th year, the NCI-funded T32 Clinical and Translational Cancer Control Research Training Program at the University of Rochester and Wilmot Cancer Institute is seeking outstanding candidates for its upcoming group of post-doctoral fellows starting in summer, 2021. For a detailed overview of the program, check out their new video. The program seeks highly motivated individuals with doctorates (Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent) who are committed to developing a successful research career in cancer control as independent investigators.

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New Job Posting: LCI – Palliative Medicine Physician

2020    The Section of Oncology Palliative Medicine at Levine Cancer Institute (LCI) within Atrium Health currently seeks a board-certified Palliative Medicine Physician to join their team with 7 BC Physicians and 3 Advanced Practice Providers in The Center for Supportive Oncology in Charlotte, NC.

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New Job Posting: Outpatient Psychologist with Levine Cancer Center, Department of Psycho-Oncology Location: Charlotte, NC

2020    The Levine Cancer Institute (LCI) section of Psycho-Oncology, is searching for a full-time, outpatient Psychologist to join their team in Charlotte, NC.  This opportunity includes a combination of clinical, academic, and research responsibilities in an integrated psycho-oncology section within a thriving outpatient, world class oncology service line.  Schedule is Monday through Friday, 8 am -5 pm with no weekends, nights, or call. Candidates must hold a PhD or PsyD degree in Clinical Psychology. Post-doctoral fellowship in Psycho-Oncology is preferred.

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MASCC Career Opportunities Listings

2020    MASCC now offers Career Opportunities listings where employers can list job and fellowship postings. For a nominal fee, employers can share their open positions directly with MASCC members and our supportive care community, a highly skilled group of top-notch potential employees. Our listing service ensures that your position is seen by some of supportive cancer care’s most accomplished professionals. You’ll be connected with highly qualified candidates. The positions can be shared in our monthly newsletter, on our website, shared on social media, and listed on the MASCC website. For more information about this career service and related fees to post, please contact our office at [email protected]. To review all current job and fellowship listings, click here.

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Post-doctoral Fellowship in Cancer Survivorship at Stanford University

2020    Stanford University is seeking to recruit a highly motivated individual with a doctoral degree in psychology (e.g., clinical, counseling, social, educational), epidemiology, public health, medicine, nursing, or a related social science field with an interest in developing expertise in conducting cancer-related behavioral intervention trials. Individuals from underrepresented racial or ethnic groups are encouraged to apply. Prior research experience or training in behavioral sleep medicine is a plus, but is not essential.  A major focus of the lab is to understand the association between sleep and cancer treatment outcomes. The successful candidate will work as a member of a large, multi-site research team that will evaluate the impact of a behavioral intervention on sleep and be involved in studies evaluating neurocognitive impairment in cancer patients.

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Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Oral Medicine - Atrium Health, Charlotte, North Carolina

2020    The Oral Medicine Research Laboratory at Atrium Health, North Carolina, has an opening for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. This individual will conduct basic and clinical translational research for genomics related biomarker discovery for oral and systemic diseases, using molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, and microbiology investigation methodologies. Responsibilities include all aspects of research, including protocol and experimental design, study implementation in the laboratory, data analysis and interpretation, grant writing, abstract and manuscript preparation, and presentation at meetings. For further information about essential functions and responsibilities, see Postdoctoral and Research Fellowships. Or contact Dr. Jean-Luc Mougeot (Tel. 1-704-355-4279).

Funding Opportunity for Oncology Nurses

2020    Do you have a great idea to improve oncology care? Together with the Oncology Nursing Society, Johnson & Johnson announces the Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge in Oncology. Nurses worldwide are invited to submit their innovative ideas aimed at improving oncology care — novel concepts, protocols, treatment approaches, and device ideas that may have the power to profoundly change human health. The nurse innovators with the best idea(s) will receive up to $100,000 in grant funding and access to mentoring and coaching from experts across the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies to help bring their ideas to life.

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University of Rochester Post-Doc Position: Cancer Control and Prevention

2019    The NCI-Supported Clinical Research Training in Cancer Control Program at the University of Rochester provides post-doctoral MD or PhD researchers with knowledge and experience to establish careers as outstanding independent investigators in cancer control and prevention research. For more information, see Or contact Program Directors, Drs. Michelle Janelsins and Gary Morrow, or Program Director Kate Kessler, at [email protected].  A description is also listed at Supportive Care Clinical and Research Positions.