Head, Personalized Medicine Radiation Oncology | Department of Radiation Oncology

University of Maryland School of Medicine

  • Location: Baltimore, MD

The personalized medicine radiation oncology position is at the University of Maryland School of MedicineEstablished in 1807, The School of Medicine is the first public and the fifth oldest medical school in the United States, and the first to institute a residency-training program. The School of Medicine was the founding school of the University of Maryland and today is an integral part of the 11-campus University System of Maryland. On the University of Maryland’s Baltimore campus, the School of Medicine serves as the anchor for a large academic health center which aims to provide the best medical education, conduct the most innovative biomedical research and provide the best patient care and community service to Maryland and beyond. While its tradition of excellence remains constant, the School of Medicine and its reputation for academic achievement continue to grow.

Position Overview

The Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine pursues excellence in advances in clinical care, translational radiation research, and medical physics. These activities are well integrated under the Department’s three divisions and through ongoing collaborations with colleagues in the UM Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center, other clinical disciplines, and a broad range of basic sciences. The Chair and Executive Research Council are looking forward at trends in radiation oncology to leverage new targeted agents, systemic therapies, and genomic and other personalized information to decrease the number of patients who undergo surgery. Molecular biology and genomics present a key opportunity to advance this goal. As a scientist with experience in radiation biology and a track record of excellence in exploring molecular biology, genomics, proteomics, and radiation effects, the Head of Personalized Medicine, Radiation Oncology will strengthen our presence in radiobiology and work in research across the department’s three divisions as well as with the Institute for Genome Sciences, pathology, and basic science groups within the School of Medicine.


  • A Ph.D. or equivalent is required.
  • Strong history of federal grant support, including funding through NIH.
  • Accomplished academic record sufficient to fulfill the University of Maryland criteria for a senior level faculty appointment.

The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.