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Join the front lines in the fight against cancer.
And come to the forefront of your profession.

Ready to make a real difference in people’s lives—and in your future? At MCI, you’ll have the opportunity to stand at the forefront of cancer research, treatment, detection and screening. We are always looking for more great minds to join our team, and are willing to compensate you for your greatness. Please contact us for more information.


What kind of difference can you make for the future?

At USA Mitchell Cancer Institute (MCI), you'll have the opportunity to stand at the forefront of cancer detection and screening. We are an expanding cancer research and treatment facility, combining a robust interactive and entrepreneurial research environment with enhanced diagnostic, prognostic and prevention treatments to battle cancer on all fronts-from "bench to bedside."


Faculty positions in oncologic sciences and interdisciplinary clinical oncology

The Opportunity: We seek established, well-funded faculty candidates to develop key programmatic basic/translational and/or clinical research programs aligned with the institutional mission. Successful candidates will receive generous and competitive start-up funding packages to expand the individual's research program and the institution's research grant funding base. Candidates are expected to be highly interactive with existing research groups focused on cancer biology, metastasis, drug discovery, cancer stem cells, cancer metabolism and biomarkers. An entrepreneurial spirit with a focus on translational outcomes is strongly encouraged.

State-of-the-art Facilities: USA Mitchell Cancer Institute provides a robust, interactive scientific environment with fully-equipped laboratories and access to core facilities including flow cytometry, tissue biobank, BL3 laboratory, genomics, laser microdissection, atomic absorption, high content screening and drug discovery, proteomics, metabolomics, advanced live cell imaging, and super-resolution and stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy.

Community Environment: Located in Mobile, Alabama, USA Mitchell Cancer Institute brings the best of the Gulf Coast to your doorstep. The area features many attractions, along with exciting outdoor adventures, fresh delicious seafood, Delta excursions, fascinating museums, twenty-one world-class golf courses, a thriving arts community, beautiful historic homes, and, of course, beautiful white sandy beaches. There's no place like the Mobile Bay area, the home of the original Mardi Gras!

Requirements: The successful candidate(s) must have a Ph.D., M.D., or M.D./Ph.D. degree and are expected to bring a well-funded and recognized program in basic/translational or clinical cancer research, exhibit strong leadership potential, and qualifications appropriate for appointment as Associate Professor or Full Professor.

Application Process: Applicants should send letter of interest and CV to Shelly Allen, Executive Assistant to the Director, 1660 Springhill Avenue, Mobile, Alabama 36604, or you may submit information via email.

Visit the University of South Alabama's website for Career Opportunities at the University of South Alabama.

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