ESP JOB Center

The ESP Job Center is a page dedicated to international Pathology job opportunities and vacancies. To post your Pathologist / PhD job offers or open residency slot, please email the advert, your logo (optional) and your contact information to info@esp-pathology.org


Recent job offers

Professor of Pathology / Consultant Histopathologist - University College Cork & Cork University Hospital, Cork, Ireland

We are carrying out a search to identify a Professor of Pathology / Consultant Histopathologist for University College Cork (UCC) and Cork University Hospital (CUH). 

About UCC:
UCC has 20,000 full time students, including 4000 postgraduates, 3000 international students from over 100 countries and 2700 staff. The College of Medicine & Health provides world-class, student-centred education across Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing and many other health disciplines. The College is the primary academic partner for the nine Hospitals in the South of Ireland. The Pathology Lab at CUH is the biggest in Ireland, dealing with over 58,000 specimens per annum. 

Duties:
Reporting into the Dean of the Medical School, the role is responsible for:
• Teaching and Curriculum Development
• Leading on research and grant funding
• Collaborating with UCC research centres (Cork Cancer Research Centre, Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre, Anu Research Cenre, Vasular Pathology Centre.)
• Clinical duties as a Consultant Histopathologist at CUH, one of 13 Consultants in Pathology (10 Histopathology, 2 Neuropathology, 1 Cytopathologist) and 7 non-consultant Doctors.


Application pack:
A full information pack is available from Duncan Gruselle, InterSearch, Tel + 353 90 643 4012, duncan@intersearch.ie      
Closing date: Monday 6th March 2017

Un Médecin spécialiste FMH (ou titre équivalent) en Anatomopathologie/Cytologie (100%)

Unilabs recherche pour un de ses laboratoires de Pathologie situé près de Lausanne:
Un Médecin spécialiste FMH (ou titre équivalent) en Anatomopathologie/Cytologie (100%)

Pour plus d'information, rendez-vous sur: http://www.unilabs.ch/

Contact: HR.CHF@UNILABS.COM

Chair in Neuropathology

Luxembourg is recruiting a Chair in Neuropathology. With this recruitment Luxembourg strengthens its national strategy by providing specialized pathology services as well as complementing ongoing strategic research efforts in Personalised Medicine, the National Centre of Excellence in Parkinson’s disease (www.NCER-PD.lu) and the National Cancer Plan (plancancer.lu).

The candidate will be hosted at the Laboratoire National de Santé (LNS, www.lns.lu), the centralized diagnostic center of Luxembourg. He/she will be affiliated with the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH; www.lih.lu) and the University of Luxembourg (www.uni.lu). The position is endowed with FNR PEARL funding (www.fnr.lu/pearl) and an invited professorship at the University of Luxembourg. 

With the substantial funding provided, he/she will be able to develop his/her own research programs in Luxembourg and establish a novel Center for Translational Neuropathology. He/she will contribute to ongoing research efforts in the fields of neuro-oncology and neurodegenerative diseases (NCER-PD). The Neuropathologist-researcher will be responsible for the processing of all neurological biopsies, surgical specimens and autopsies collected in Luxembourg for both diagnostic and research purposes. He/she supervises neurological biospecimen collection in close cooperation with the LNS and the Integrated Biobank of Luxembourg (IBBL, www.ibbl.lu).

Requirements:

  • Strong research track record in neurosciences with experience in digital imaging, electron microscopy and good understanding of molecular pathology
  • MD degree specialized with Board Certification in Pathology (sub-specialty Neuro-Pathology) and/or in Neuro-Pathology
  • Language skills: Fluent in English and French (oral and written), additional fluency in German would be an asset. 

Applications should by send in by May 13st 2016 and should include:

  • Motivation letter
  • Detailed CV
  • Description of past research achievements and future research directions, also addressing how this research line will contribute to ongoing initiatives in Luxembourg (5-10 pages)


Addressed to:
Laboratoire national de santé
Service des ressources humaines
1, rue Louis Rech L-3555 Dudelange
LUXEMBOURG

Call for Application: Editor-in- Chief, Virchows Archiv

The European Society of Pathology (ESP) is seeking new Editor-in-Chief for its influential journal, Virchows Archiv (VA).

The editorship will be assumed on January 1, 2017 and is normally held for a renewable term of three years. The ESP Council Board represented by the ESP President, Prof. Pierre Bedossa, is appointing a Search and Selection Committee, which will generate a shortlist of candidates for consideration by the Council Board of the ESP.

Established in 1847, Virchows Archiv is currently published 12 times a year by Springer, with copyright retained by the European Society of Pathology. The Editor in Chief is responsible for Editorial policy, in close collaboration with the Executive Committee of the ESP and the Editorial Committee (of 7 associate editors), monitor the peer review process, liaise with the Publisher and assume appointed by the ESP under a contract with the publisher (Springer). 

Candidates should be certified pathologist, active member of the ESP, fluent in English (spoken and in writing) and dispose of ample editorial experience.
For more information concerning Virchows Archiv and its editorship, see the Virchows Archiv information sheet at www.springer.com.

Applications should be submitted by June 1, 2016, will contain a full CV (listing notably editorial experience) and a letter of interest. 
Applications should be sent to Dr. Raed Al Dieri, ESP scientific director at (r.aldieri@esp-pathology.org).
Potential candidates may also wish to consult the current Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Fred Bosman (Fred.Bosman@chuv.ch)

L'INSTITUT UNIVERSITAIRE DE PATHOLOGIE

DE LAUSANNE cherche

un (e) CHEF(FE) de CLINIQUE 
avec titre de spécialiste en
ANATOMO-PATHOLOGIE

Les postes sont dédiés à une activité diagnostique en pathologie chirurgicale en tournus dans différentes sous-spécialités, à minimum 50%. Une compétence ou un intérêt en cytopathologie ou en pathologie moléculaire est souhaité pour une activité à temps partiel dans ces domaines, avec possibilité d’obtenir un diplôme de formation approfondie. L’activité comporte la supervision et l’encadrement de médecins assistants en formation. Nous offrons un cadre de travail agréable dans un institut moderne, la possibilité de s'engager dans une activité de recherche, et une formation postgraduée bien structurée.

Le médecin candidat devra être en possession d'un diplôme en anatomie pathologique suisse ou équivalent, capable de travailler en équipe et désireux de développer ses compétences dans les domaines précités. Le poste nécessite des compétences cliniques confirmées, une maîtrise de la langue française et un intérêt pour l'enseignement et la recherche. Les postes sont disponibles dès le 1er mai 2016, pour deux années, avec possibilité de reconduction. Les médecins intéressés sont invités à envoyer un dossier de candidature avec lettre de motivation, curriculum vitae, copies des diplômes et certificats, et références professionnelles à:


Prof. Laurence de Leval
Cheffe de service pathologie clinique 
Institut universitaire de pathologie/CHUV 
Bugnon 25 CH–1011 Lausanne 
Tel: +41-21 314 7194 
Fax: +41-21 314 7205 
Laurence.deLeval@chuv.ch