The University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, invites applications for a full-time non-tenure track assistant teaching professor in Radiation Oncology. Details about position, MU and Columbia are posted online , job reference #36914

This appointment’s primary focus will be providing clinical instruction and service to our comprehensive oncology section in the Veterinary Health Center (VHC). As part of this appointment, the successful candidate will:

•Obtain and maintain license to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Missouri (faculty or regular licensure) within no more than 3 months of start date, then complete DEA registration and get BNDD certificate;
•Provide clinical instruction of students (professional), interns, and residents in radiation oncology and related fields.
•Contribute to the professional and graduate curriculum by participating in classroom and laboratory instruction. Opportunities for online instruction is possible.
•Represent the University, College, and VHC through outreach activities for animal-owning public, referring veterinarians, or other relevant stakeholders;
•Provide consultation to off-site university-operated clinics;
•Participate in the discovery process by participating in clinical, resident or house officer research;
•Participate in faculty governance activities.

Initial appointment will begin as soon as an acceptable candidate can be identified and hired.

Comprehensive Oncology Service:
The successful candidate will work with three additional boarded radiation oncology faculty members to enhance referral caseload at two veterinary radiation therapy facilities. Clinical duties will primarily be focused on the Veterinary Health Center (VHC) at our teaching hospital in Columbia, MO. In addition, the faculty member will contribute to planning and case management of cases seen at our satellite facility in Wentzville, MO. Teaching duties will include veterinary students and training of residents and interns. The Comparative Oncology, Radiobiology, and Epigenetics Laboratory (COREL) offers the opportunity for participating as a collaborator in basic, translational, and clinical research.

The University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine has a rich history of radiation oncology and radiopharmaceutical therapy. We utilize an Elekta Infinity HD linear accelerator capable of stereotactic radiation therapy, 4D cone beam CT, volumetric modulated arc therapy, and image guided radiation therapy. The linear accelerator is supported by the Mosaiq record-and-verify system, and Monaco treatment planning system. The University of Missouri also boasts unparalleled access to a radiopharmaceutical pipeline, and an advanced radiation isolation ward, which facilitates the use of yttrium-90, radioiodine, samarium-153, and various Positron Emission Tomography (PET) agents, while maximizing patient and personnel safety.

MU Radiation Oncology functions as part of a comprehensive oncology service that consists of 4 ACVIM medical oncologists, 3 ACVR radiation oncologists, and 2 ACVS, fellowship-trained surgical oncologists. The service also has six medical oncology residents and three radiation oncology residents in training.

In addition, The University of Missouri has a satellite veterinary clinic located in Wentzville, MO which services the greater St. Louis area. The veterinary services at this location include medical oncology, radiation oncology, dermatology, and clinical trials. The hospital features a Varian 21EX linear accelerator with 128 leaf MLC, portal-vision, and Mosaiq record and verify system, a radiography suite, a chemotherapy hood, and a Canon Aquilion 32-slice CT scanner.
The faculty member would have access to the COREL laboratory. This laboratory is equipped for a variety of basic science research in the fields of oncology, radiation biology, and epigenetics. This laboratory has equipment to support culture of human and canine cell lines, polymerase chain reaction, gel electrophoresis, and preparation of sequencing libraries. The laboratory also houses an automated live cell imaging suite including fluorescent and phase contrast microscopy.

The University of Missouri boasts the world’s largest University-based research nuclear reactor in the MURR. The reactor and the associated cyclotron provide the University of Missouri with a unique arsenal of radiopharmaceuticals for use in translational and clinical research. The College of Veterinary Medicine has a long history of collaboration with MURR.

The University of Missouri System and the University of Missouri – Columbia have made strong commitments to a Precision Health Initiative, which is designed to capitalize on the unique set of assets available at the University of Missouri. The College of Veterinary Medicine and the Comparative Oncology Program have been included as a key member of this initiative.

Minimum Qualifications
•DVM or equivalent degree; and,
•Diplomate status or eligibility for certification by the American College of Veterinary Radiology (Radiation Oncology) or completion of radiation oncology residency training by start date.

Applications must be submitted online: .
Interested candidates should be prepared to attach:
1.a letter stating professional interests and career goals;
2.professional academic transcript(s); information (including email addresses) for three references; and,
4.a curriculum vitae.

If you have questions about the online application process, please consult Human Resources web sites: email or call (573)882-7976.

Search Criteria
Candidates will be assessed based upon educational and professional achievement. Clinical experience, communication skills, a commitment to diversity and inclusion, and letters of reference will all be considered in selection of a candidate. The potential for the candidate to work within the framework of the VHC Surgery Service will also be assessed, as will specialty and/or research training and teaching experience. We are seeking a candidate with interest in practicing up-to-date medicine, a passion for teaching, and a desire for continual professional improvement.

Please contact Dr. Charles Maitz, if you have specific questions about the position. Applications will be reviewed until a suitable candidate is identified and hired.

Salary and Benefits
Salary will be commensurate with education, training and experience.

These positions are eligible for University benefits. The University offers a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental and vision plans, retirement, and educational fee discounts. For additional information on University benefits, please visit the Faculty & Staff Benefits website at

Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of Missouri is an equal access, equal opportunity, affirmative action employer that is fully committed to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. Equal Opportunity is and shall be provided for all employees and applicants for employment on the basis of their demonstrated ability and competence without unlawful discrimination on the basis of their race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status. For more information, call the Associate Vice Chancellor of Human Resource Services/Affirmative Action officer at 573-882-4256.

To request ADA accommodations, please call the Disability Inclusion and ADA Compliance Manager at 573-884-7278.

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Diversity Commitment
The University of Missouri is fully committed to achieving the goal of a diverse and inclusive academic community of faculty, staff and students. We seek individuals who are committed to this goal and our core campus values of respect, responsibility, discovery and excellence.

Our Campus and Our Community
MU’s Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital is a state-of-the-art teaching and medical services facility for companion animals as well as livestock. Columbia, MO is an ideal location for such a teaching hospital.
The population of central Missouri and reasonable proximity to St. Louis and Kansas City provide for a robust small animal emergency and referral caseload. Missouri is a strong agricultural state with large numbers of horses, cattle, hogs, and poultry.

MU is a nationally competitive, global university. Many states fund separate research and land-grant universities, but Missouri combines those roles at its flagship institution. MU is both a land-grant university with a statewide mission of service to citizens and Missouri’s largest public research university. Mizzou is one of only five universities nationwide that offers law, medicine, veterinary medicine and a nuclear research reactor on one campus.

MU is a national leader in comparative medicine, in which researchers collaborate by sharing discoveries, innovations and treatments for humans and animals. For more about the College of Veterinary Medicine and our impact on Missouri, the nation and the world, go to:

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Studies consistently rank Columbia as a top city in which to live for educational facilities, health care, technological savvy, economic growth, and cultural opportunities. The cost of living is still affordable, whether you prefer an apartment in the city, a farm on a country road or a family home near a top-notch school. With a population of 108,500, Columbia is located in the heart of Missouri on
Interstate 70.
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