Infusion, Radiation Oncology Establish Recruitment Programs
Pharmacy, Home Infusion,
Radiation Oncology Establish Recruitment Programs
Likewise with a three-year commitment and satisfactory performance in the Department of Radiation Oncology, eligible fulltime radiation therapists who apply will be given a choice of either a sign-on bonus of $5,000 or participating in a $6,000 Loan Forgiveness Program if they can document outstanding student loans.
Lists of qualified vacancies in Pharmacy, Home Infusion
and Radiation Oncology are maintained in the employment office and can
be found by:
For more information about these bonus programs, please contact Mary Legner, Placement Specialist, at 215-503-2733 or Linda Mitchell, Employment Manager, at 215-503-6169.
JHS Senior Health Institute
to Benefit from CHP's $539,000 NIH Grant; Grant-writing Workshop Set for
The Geriatric Academic Career Leadership Award is a research development grant that will help further aging research and educational activities of the Senior Health Institute, says Laura N. Gitlin, PhD, the Institute's Director of Research and the grant's principal investigator.
The Institute will be able to develop an infrastructure to advance aging research and educational activities in meaningful collaboration with the members of the Jefferson Health System, says Arnold Tiemeyer, Vice President, Senior Health, Jefferson Health System (JHS).
A portion of the grant will be used to support a grant-writing workshop designed for prospective investigators or individuals who want to enhance their grant writing expertise, especially with regard to the requirements of the NIH for the submission of grants related to aging.
The workshop will be held September 29, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Bluemle Life Sciences Building.
The registration fee is $19 for investigators from the JHS and Thomas Jefferson University and $79 for participants from other institutions.
To register, call 215-503-3131.
Please encourage your African-American friends and co-workers to donate blood for a sickle cell patient at Jefferson University Hospital. Consider doing so yourself if you belong to this ethnic group. The Hospital's Blood Donor Center is located at 8230 Gibbon Building. To make an appointment, potential donors can call 215-955-7791. September is National Sickle Cell Awareness Month.