Clinical Faculty Opportunities
Cedars‑Sinai is known internationally for providing high-quality, patient-centered care and developing innovative approaches to healthcare delivery and treatment. Our physicians deliver everything from primary care to specialized treatments for rare, complex and advanced illnesses. They work with the most innovative technology in the industry and lead the way in medical advancements. From utilizing stem cells to regrow heart tissue and cure disease to the nonsurgical replacement of damaged heart surgery, our clinicians are continuously on the forefront of medical breakthroughs, saving lives every day.
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Department of Medicine
- Cardiology – electrophysiology scientist
- Gastroenterology – bioinformatician
- General Internal Medicine – Health Services Research
- Director, HLA Laboratory
- Director, Hematologic Malignancies and Bone Marrow Transplantation
- Hematology – oncology, funded MD scientists in lung GI
- Hematology – oncology cancer prevention epidemiology
- Palliative Care, cardiac
- Hematology/Oncology – joint Cedars-Sinai and Tower Hematology Oncology position
Department of Nursing
- Nurse research scientist – Patient Care Outcomes and Population Health
Department of OB-GYN
- Maternal Fetal Medicine
Cedars-Sinai Chosen for Breast Cancer Study
Monica Mita, MD, associate professor of Medicine and co-director of the Experimental Therapeutics Program at the Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute, is the principal investigator for the portion of the clinical trial to be conducted at Cedars-Sinai. The two other sites for the multicenter study are Baylor Sammons Cancer Center – US Oncology Network, Dallas, and US Oncology Network, Tyler, Texas.
Obesity May be Linked to Microorganisms Living in the Gut
“This is the first large-scale human study to show an association between gas production and body weight, and this could prove to be another important factor in understanding one of the many causes of obesity,” said lead author Ruchi Mathur, MD, director of the Diabetes Outpatient Treatment and Education Center in the Cedars-Sinai Division of Endocrinology.
Blood Test Could Help Gastrointestinal Patients
For the first time, a simple blood test may be the best way to determine if a patient is suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, or another serious condition such as inflammatory bowel disease, according to Cedars-Sinai physician researcher Mark Pimentel, MD, lead author of a multicenter clinical trial.