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Professorship of Oncological Pathology: Notice

The University hopes soon to be in a position to appoint a Professor of Oncological Pathology, based in the Department of Pathology, to take up appointment on 1 January 2001 or as soon as possible, to contribute a further source of leadership in academic pathology to the recent dramatic growth in oncology in Cambridge. Applicants must have fulfilled the requirements for inclusion in the Specialist Register in Morbid Anatomy and Histopathology. The successful applicant must be an outstanding medical scientist with expertise in some aspect of the study of the nature and origin of tumours, their diagnosis and response to treatment, and the factors that render individuals susceptible to them. Applications from those whose expertise lies in the field of haemato-oncological pathology will be particularly welcome, but candidature is open to all whose work falls within the field of the pathology of tumours. The appointment will be subject to the Statutes and Ordinances of the University.

The annual pensionable stipend for a Professor with clinical responsibility is £63,640.

Candidates for the Professorship should send one copy of their application, marked 'Confidential', together with the names of two referees, to the Acting Secretary General, from whom further information regarding the Professorship is available, at the General Board Division, University Offices, The Old Schools, Cambridge, CB2 1TT (e-mail IBISE@admin.cam.ac.uk), so as to reach him not later than Friday, 15 December 2000.

Informal enquiries may be made to the Head of Department, Professor Andrew H. Wyllie, FRS, Department of Pathology, Tennis Court Road, Cambridge, CB2 1QP (tel. + 44 (0)1223 333691, fax +44 (0)1223 339067, e-mail ahw21@cam.ac.uk).

The University is committed to equality of opportunity.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 22 November 2000
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