Pathology

Faculty Positions Available

Academic Cytopathologist/Surgical Pathologist

The Department of Pathology is seeking a full-time, tenure track, academic surgical/cytopathologist. The successful candidate will share primary clinical responsibilities at UTMC with four other surgical/cytopathologists. Teaching of residents and medical students is a critical part of this position, and the successful applicant must have exemplary teaching skills. Excellent opportunities are available for independent or collaborative research, and the candidate is expected to develop a strong publication resume.  Applicants must possess an M.D. or equivalent degree, must be AP or AP/CP Board certified or eligible, and must be eligible for licensure in Ohio. Training in cytopathology is essential, and expertise in some other specialty area of surgical pathology is desirable. Evidence of excellence in teaching and evidence of significant scholarly activity are also essential. Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with training, experience, and academic record.  The University of Toledo is an Equal Opportunity employer. Electronic applications are welcome, and may be sent to:

Robert Mrak, MD, PhD; Chairman of Pathology
c/o Jillian Kubacki, Jillian.Kindler@utoledo.edu
3000 Arlington Ave, MS #1090
2280 Dowling Hall
Toledo, OH 43528

Toledo and the Western Lake Erie area

Toledo is a vibrant mid-sized city located at the western tip of Lake Erie, with excellent area public schools, a low cost of living, and thousands of acres of city parks.  Toledo is a national leader in the area of emerging green technologies.  The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo Symphony, and Toledo Zoo have all received national recognition.  Toledo was recently ranked as one of the three most livable cities of its size worldwide (along with Malmo, Sweden, and Lyon, France) in the international Liveable Community Awards.

Last Updated: 2/10/16