Cleveland Clinic Director-of-Immunopathology in Cleveland, Ohio

Director of Immunopathology

The Cleveland Clinic is seeking a Medical Director of Immunopathology within the Department of Laboratory Medicine, Robert J. Tomsich Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Institute. Located in Cleveland, OH, Cleveland Clinic is a world-renowned multispecialty national referral center with a mission of putting “patients first” combined with excellence in teaching and research.

The applicant must have an MD and/or PhD and be board-certified in either Clinical Chemistry (American Board of Clinical Chemistry) or Clinical Pathology and a minimum of 5 years’ experience directing a clinical immunology laboratory. Knowledge of CLIA regulations and compliance is required. Experience in interpretive services such as serum/urine protein electrophoresis, and immunofluorescence assays is essential. Certification by American Board of Medical Laboratory Immunology is desired but not required. The successful candidate must have strong medical knowledge, excellent communication skills, and be able to function in a matrixed work environment. Responsibilities include clinical service, teaching and research in the Section of Clinical Biochemistry. Oversight of an immunopathology laboratory that performs a broad menu of tests in the areas of cellular and humoral immunology, serology, tumor markers, prenatal, and other esoteric immunoassays is under the purview of this position. Teaching of residents, medical technologists and medical technology students is expected and a research interest in an immunology related area is highly desired. An academic appointment in the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University is available and will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Dr. Eric D. Hsi, Chair, Department of Laboratory Medicine, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Institute

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