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POSITIONS in HAEMATOLOGY

 

Expression of Interest

 

Fellow in Haematology 2019

Royal Perth Hospital (RPH)
Expressions of Interest Close: 14 September 2019

A position has arisen at Royal Perth Hospital (RPH) for a Fellow/ Senior Registrar position in clinical and laboratory haematology in 2019.

The position is suitable for trainees who have completed RACP and RCPA joint training and wish to develop further expertise in clinical research.

The main role of the position is to coordinate and manage the haematology department clinical trials. The department is involved with clinical trials across the spectrum of haematology malignancies with a focus on acute myeloid leukaemia, myeloma and lymphoma

Cell and Tissue Therapies WA (CTTWA) facility is on site at RPH. The haematology department works closely with CTTWA. CTTWA is currently running trials assessing the immunomodulatory effects of mesenchymal stem cells in myelodysplasia, inflammatory bowel disease, organ transplant rejection and cellular therapy approaches to supportive care related to AML induction.

CTTWA is also actively involved with a CAR-T cell therapy developmental program which is expected to transfer from the laboratory to phase 1 clinical studies in the next 6 months.

The successful applicant will interface closely between the haematology department and CTTWA in the development and management of these trials.

Other responsibilities will include laboratory results reporting, consultation and ward duties, and an on call commitment.

For more information and to apply:
Download the flyer.

 

 


 

Haematologist, Waikato DHB, Hamilton, NZ

Our friendly team need a Haematologists for a new position. Could this be you?

Full-time haematologist, approximately 50:50laboratory and clinical thrombosis-haemostasis
(WAI05585,http://adhbrac.taleo.net/careersection/.wai_ext/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=WAI05585).

Informal enquiries welcome to:
Dr Hugh Goodman (hugh.goodman@waikatodhb.health.nz) or
Dr Helen Moore (helen.moore@waikatodhb.health.nz).

 Closes: OPEN

 

 


 

Haematology Malignancy Fellow


Department of Haematology
Flinders Medical Centre (FMC), Adelaide SA
Applications Close: 21 September 2018

The Department of Haematology at Flinders Medical Centre (FMC), Adelaide SA, has created a new and exciting position for a Haematology Malignancy Fellow. 

As part of a busy tertiary referral University teaching hospital, the Department of Haematology at FMC sees patients with a diverse range of blood cancers and has streams dedicated to myeloid and lymphoid malignancies, the latter divided primarily into CLL, lymphomas and multiple myeloma. 

A rapidly growing clinical research unit has been established which undertakes collaborative group (ALLG and AMaRC) and pharma sponsored clinical trials relating to the major clinical streams. The strength of the department lies in its link with the academic and research activities of Flinders University and other South Australian Universities. Basic and translational pre-clinical research programs exist in CLL and myeloma which directly link with both actively recruiting clinical trials and routine clinical care. 

The Haematology Malignancy Fellow will assist in outpatient clinic consultations, clinical trial unit activities including running one of more clinical trials, and if interested, a translational research project relating to one of the research programs. Dedicated research time will be provided if a research project is undertaken. Supervision of junior medical staff and students may also be required. 

Applicants must have a medical degree or equivalent qualification recognised by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registrable with the Medical Board of Australia and either be a haematology JSAC Advanced Trainee or have completed training for the awards of FRACP and FRCPA.

For more information contact
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Consultant Haematologist

  • Dunedin Hospital, New Zealand
  • Permanent, full time

Dunedin Hospital, part of the Southern DHB are seeking a specialist in Haematology, you will join the team of 5 Haematologists, 5 Medical Oncologists and 4 Radiation Oncologists working within the Southern Blood and Cancer Service in the lower South Island of New Zealand. You will contribute to the provision of safe, best practice, cost effective clinical services to patients of, and referred to the Clinical and Laboratory Haematology Department...

...You must hold a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent, with Fellowship of Royal Australasian College of Physicians with advanced training in Clinical Haematology or equivalent. You must have or be eligible for vocational and / or Locum Tenens registration in Internal Medicine and Pathology with the Medical Council of New Zealand (www.mcnz.org.nz). The position offers an attractive remuneration package, relocation assistance and CME package. 

Job description and contact details
To Apply: <https://www.southerndhb.govt.nz/careers/view-vacancy/?jobCategory=&job_id=8158>
Closing date: open

 


 

 

The James Drewry Stewart Fellowship in Multiple Myeloma and Malignant Hematology

The James Drewry Stewart Fellowship in Multiple Myeloma and Malignant Hematology will provide financial assistance in the form of fellowship grants to oncology trainees at St. Michael’s Hospital who have completed their core training in oncology and are seeking additional clinical training in myeloma and other blood cancers.

Terms of Reference:

The Fellowship Award:

The James Drewry Stewart Fellowship in Multiple Myeloma and Malignant Hematology” will offer trainees a minimum stipend of $80,000 per year.  It is expected that Fellows will earn additional income per year through direct OHIP billing during their “on-call” periods.  The fellowship will also include a minimum of $2,500 per year to cover travel and registration expenses to enable the Stewart Fellow to attend at least one major international conference in myeloma during their fellowship year.

An initial survey of Oncology trainees across Canada indicates a high level of interest in this type of training.  In addition to meeting a clinical need for patients, it is anticipated that The James Drewry Stewart Fellowship in Multiple Myeloma and Malignant Hematology”will make trainees more competitive for clinical oncology positions, and help them successfully compete for the relatively small number of full-time oncology positions available in Canada.

Application Procedure:

Applicant must submit the following:

  1. Completed James Drewry Stewart Fellowship in Multiple Myeloma and Malignant Hematology form
  2. CV
  3. Statement of intent
  4. Applications will be reviewed by the Stewart Fellowship Committee

James Drewry Stewart Fellowship Application details

 

 

 

EDUCATION

 

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Re-posted: 27 November 2017

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Last Updated: 18 January 2018