PATHOLOGY PROFESSOR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, AND ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Location
Saint Kitts & Nevis
Salary
Salary Not specified
Posted
Aug 14, 2020
Employment Level
Tenured/Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time

PATHOLOGY PROFESSOR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, AND ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

PATHOLOGY – BASIC SCIENCE PROGRAM

Location: University of Medicine & Sciences Campus in St. Kitts, West Indies

 

The university is looking for a full time experienced pathologist (preferably FCAP or equivalent) to join other full-time pathology faculty members in team teaching two pathology courses that incorporate material from general, anatomic, and clinical pathology disciplines. These didactic courses are taught three fifteen-week semesters a year.

 

The University of Medicine and Health Sciences is committed to educating uniquely skilled and diverse medical professionals eager to meet the need for physicians in various settings throughout the United States and the world. With a focus on quality patient care and utilizing the latest in advanced technological instruction and personalized education, our aim is to produce genuinely passionate physicians highly prepared for practice in a changing medical landscape.

 

The primary goal of our experienced and credentialed faculty is to ensure student success. We are unique in that we offer students a personalized approach to medical education in a small school environment.

 

We have a state of the art medical school that compares to many medical schools in the United States. Our faculty members are happy with the facilities, technology, and faculty resources, and in general, love living in a Caribbean paradise. Faculty salaries and benefits are competitive and comparable to U.S standards.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

* Develop and present course material for Pathology classes that include up to date pertinent materials that meet accreditation standards and allows students to excel on licensing examinations and the clinical practice of medicine.

* Integrate the pathology material presented in the courses with material in other courses
Develop examination materials for measuring students' comprehension of materials presented, using current USMLE formats for test questions.

* Prepare, supervise and grade examinations in coordination with other faculty.
Serve on committees as necessary to allow proper function of the department and the school of medicine.

* Work with faculty of other departments as needed to enhance education.
Be available to students outside of scheduled lecture times. 


QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Medical Degree from an accredited United States school of medicine or equivalent is necessary.

Training in a formal anatomic pathology and/or clinical pathology residency program recognized by the American Board of Pathology or equivalent European board is required.

  • Appropriate experience in the multiple disciplines of Pathology that allows proper development of lectures and course syllabus for Medical Students in the areas of Pathology is necessary.
  • Strong experience in public speaking to small and large groups and lecture skills are needed in order to motivate and facilitate student's comprehension of subjects in Pathology.
  • The position also requires use of multiple computer applications and the ability to evaluate students understanding of the subjects presented.

  

For your convenience, the course description of Pathology I and II follow:

 

PATHOLOGY I (9 CREDITS)

Pathology introduces students to the cellular system of each organ and traces the morphological changes in a cell that are responsible for a disease in an organ. As cells undergo alteration, their change in function is studied in respect to its deviation from the "normal" state.

 

Course presentation includes the response of cells, tissues and organs to disease and injury; the normal and adapted cell; degeneration and necrosis, inflammation, fluid and hemodynamic derangements; neoplasia; immune-pathology; systemic, environmental and nutritional disease. Lecture discussions are supplemented by a study of gross and microscopic specimens

 

PATHOLOGY II (12 CREDITS)

Pathology II applies the basic concepts learned in Pathology I to continue the study of pathologic basis of disease using a physiologic system, or organ-based approach. This course covers red and white cell diseases, male and female genital tracts, and kidney and liver systems.

 

Course presentations include etiology, pathogenesis and morphologic changes in diseases according to organ system. Appropriate use of the laboratory is stressed in the diagnosis of disease while case presentations further emphasize the clinical aspects of the pathologic processes. 

Please forward a copy of your CV and three references to Dr. Jerry Thornton, Executive Vice President jthornton@umhs-sk.net and a copy to hr@umhs-sk.net

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