GU/ENT/Endocrine Surgical Pathologist

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is recruiting for an academic surgical pathologist with subspecialty fellowship training in genitourinary/endocrine and/or head and neck/endocrine pathology. Candidates must possess an MD or MD/PhD degree, be board certified in anatomic pathology or AP/CP, and be qualified for unrestricted licensure for the practice of medicine in Wisconsin.

The successful candidate will be appointed as a member of the department at the Assistant/Associate/Professor level (non-tenure, academic (CHS) track) and will have responsibilities in surgical pathology. In addition to routine surgical pathology work, the appointees will be given the opportunity to work closely with multi-specialty UW Comprehensive Cancer Center groups on collaborative clinical and translational research projects and to teach a variety of learners. The laboratory processes approximately 60,000 surgical specimens per year. The University of Wisconsin Medical Center is a tertiary care center with comprehensive programs in cancer and transplantation.

The department emphasizes a healthy work-life balance and strives to provide a supportive work environment. It is committed to the growth and advancement of its members and offers nationally recognized faculty involved in a robust mentoring program and a wide variety of professional development opportunities

Successful candidates will be expected to contribute to the mission of the department via active participation in the research and teaching programs, training of residents, fellows, and medical students, mentoring of trainees and participation in continuing medical education programs.

For complete details and TO APPLY, please go to the Jobs at UW portal https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/503541/surgical-pathologist. Application materials must include a cover letter referencing PVL 101306, a current CV, and contact information for 3 references. Direct any questions to hr@pathology.wisc.edu.