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The Comparative Medicine department at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is seeking applicants for a full-time veterinary anatomic pathologist.
The pathologist will participate in our missions of pathology diagnostic service, research collaboration, and education. Responsibilities include:
Mice account for the majority of the work with a small percentage of other laboratory animals making up the remainder. Establishing internal and external research collaborations and publishing are strongly encouraged.
Applicants must possess a DVM/VMD from an AVMA-accredited or equivalent institution and be certified by the American or European College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP or ECVP) or be board-eligible. A doctoral degree in a related discipline is preferred, though not required. Further qualifications include, ability to communicate effectively in English, in written and oral formats, strong interpersonal skills, strong organizational skills, able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, statement of career goals, and the names (with complete mailing address, phone, and email) of at least three individuals from whom letters of reference may be solicited.