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 Director of Computational Pathology
Boston, MA
Posted: 03/16/19

Department of Pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital
Instructor/Assistant/Associate Professor
at Harvard Medical School

The Department of Pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital seeks outstanding candidates for a full-time faculty position to direct the Computational Pathology Division, with operational oversight of this growing area of the department encompassing bioinformatics, digital imaging, and machine learning/artificial intelligence. The academic rank at Harvard Medical School is to be determined in accordance with the successful candidate’s experience and productivity (rank: Instructor/ Assistant/ Associate Professor).

The successful candidate is expected to command a broad range of computational and medical knowledge, as the position will encompass clinical, research, administrative, and teaching components. The clinical role of the position will include full clinical- and assay development support for the Center for Integrated Diagnostics. In this role the team develops and maintains the computational infrastructure to generate, analyze, and report genomic findings for MGH patients, and to integrate genomics results with laboratory data. The Director will lead a pathology team consisting of bioinformaticists, web developers, software engineers, data-base managers, and machine-learning experts. The candidate will also direct continuing technology development, especially in the areas of digital imaging and machine learning, and is expected to have experience with computational approaches to incorporate data from multiple sources of raw data, extract biologically and clinically relevant information and use mathematical models to generate diagnostic inferences and predictions. Expert-level knowledge of computational and compute resources, infrastructure requirements for big-data and cloud computing are required. Candidates applying multidisciplinary approaches to answer clinically-relevant questions in computational pathology are strongly encouraged to apply.

Candidates should have an M.D., Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degree, with a significant record of discovery and a record of publishing in peer-reviewed journals. The position will be based at or near the MGH main campus. Salary offered will be consistent with fair market rate and commensurate with experience.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law.

Chief Technology Officer - Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
Stony Brook, NY
Posted: 03/09/19

The Stony Brook University Department of Biomedical Informatics seeks a Chief Technology Officer to evaluate new technologies and lead the effort to leverage recent dramatic advances in data analytic tools and capabilities for use in Stony Brook Medicine, the Stony Brook Network and the emerging collection of affiliated hospitals and practices. The successful candidate will focus on development of systems architectures needed to 1) integrate clinical, operational, financial information, carry out analyses and to interface with transactional systems and 2) leverage data streams to carry out near real-time analyses and decision support in a variety of care settings. A key challenge will be to integrate state of the art data analytics methods and tools with existing vendor electronic patient record systems, financial systems and PACS systems.

The Chief Technology Officer will work with multi-disciplinary teams in collaborative projects. In addition to leading evaluation, deployment and integration of data analytic technologies, the successful candidate is expected to engage the external technical community through publication and presentation of results in peer-reviewed journals and conferences.

Required Qualifications: PhD degree in computer science, electrical and computer engineering or similar field. Significant research or enterprise experience in systems software development, data analytics and information management. Excellent problem-solving skills. Candidates should be analytical thinkers. Excellent skills in computer programming and databases including experience with JavaScript, Python, C/C++, Java, SQL and NoSQL databases. Ability to implement scripts and programs to automate tasks for data access and data processing. Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills are necessary. Able to multi task and work independently.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience with deep learning and other machine learning methods and frameworks, with micro services architectures, and with Cloud computing frameworks. Experience in development and/or use of data streaming and in-transit computation tools and methods. Strong track record of working with real world data analytics problems in application settings. Experience with semantic modeling, reporting tools, SAS, R.

The Department of Biomedical Informatics (BMI) is a “cross-campus” department bridging the School of Medicine and the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Established in late 2013 with the recruitment of BMI’s inaugural chair, BMI already hosts a growing portfolio of federal funding, PhD and MS degree programs, and a Clinical Informatics Subspecialty Fellowship program. This highly interdisciplinary collaborative group consists of faculty trained in Biomedical Informatics, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics and in many areas of clinical and research medicine. Visit BMI at .

Home to many highly ranked graduate research programs, Stony Brook University is located 50 miles from New York City on Long Island’s scenic North Shore. Stony Brook University is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU) and co-manager of nearby Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), a Department of Energy multidisciplinary research laboratory. Both departments benefit from collaborations with the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) and the Institute of Advanced Computational Science (IACS).

Stony Brook University/SUNY is an affirmative action, equal opportunity educator and employer.

Associate Director, Pathology Informatics
Houston, TX
Posted: 11/01/18

The Department of Pathology at Texas Children’s Hospital in conjunction with the Baylor College of Medicine Department of Pathology & Immunology invites applications for a full-time, tenure track, faculty position.

Required Credential & Skills: M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degrees as well as Board certification or active candidate status for Anatomic and/or Clinical Pathology through the American Board of Pathology. A candidate should be Board-certified or Board-eligible in Clinical Informatics, or should be pursuing Board eligibility via the practice pathway. Given the role excellent interpersonal, communication, and administrative skills are essential.

Role & Responsibilities: The Associate Director will assist the Director with oversight for the Pathology informatics program at Texas Children’s. Responsibilities will include participation in development and implementation of a strategic plan for a progressive informatics program that addresses service objectives defined by the department and the health care system. In addition, the role will include development of guidelines and protocols with respect to orders and results and other sources of laboratory data managed by Pathology. Participation in protocol and guideline development will extend to external systems such as city, state and federal health care agencies and other entities duly authorized to receive clinical data. The Associate Director is responsible for reviewing compliance with internal policies and external regulatory guidelines with regard to Pathology data management.

The Associate Director will assist in providing and fostering training and education for Pathology residents and fellows in informatics, computational pathology and related aspects of management, including assisting in developing and participating in an ACGME-accredited Clinical Informatics program.

The Associate Director will work collaboratively with the Director of Informatics, Division Chiefs in Pathology and Service Chiefs in other clinical departments to facilitate delivery of informatics solutions in the Texas Children’s health care system. The Associate Director will also work with the Director of Informatics to advance the educational and research missions of the Department of Pathology and the Texas Children’s health care system.

Additionally, the Associate Director will assist in promoting and sustaining optimal utilization of Pathology and Laboratory services throughout the system via development and improvement of decision support tools and other technology that will facilitate provider access, ordering communication, and review and collation of diagnostic information. This role will include opportunities to develop novel strategies for mining clinical data, harnessing imaging modalities, and informing medical decision-making via the tools of artificial intelligence and digital pathology.

The Associate Director will report to the Director of Pathology Informatics and will serve as a representative for Pathology on system-wide committees, workgroups and other ad hoc project-focused efforts relating to informatics as needed. The Associate Director will also be expected to participate, at least on a part-time basis, in a service role consistent with their training and experience in the practice of Pathology.