Physician Scientist in Pathology (tenure track)

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is recruiting for an academic pathologist on the tenure track. Qualified candidates should possess an MD or MD/PhD degree and be board-certified/eligible in clinical pathology or anatomic pathology or AP/CP and be eligible for unrestricted State of Wisconsin medical license. Candidates will possess a record of scholarly achievement in the study of human disease mechanisms in an area including infectious disease/microbiology, immunology (including tumor immunology or immunotherapy), stem cell biology or cancer biology appropriate to the rank of Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (tenure track).

The UW-Madison is one of the leading research universities in the country. The successful applicant will be expected to develop and sustain a research program commensurate with a tenure track appointment and to mentor graduate students and other trainees. Graduate student training opportunities are available in the department-based Cellular & Molecular Pathology program as well as other programs on campus.

The UW Medical Center is a tertiary care center with state-of-the-art clinical programs in cancer, cell-based therapy and transplantation. The successful applicant will possess expertise to contribute to the clinical department mission preferably in clinical pathology/laboratory medicine and will also contribute actively to the teaching of residents, fellows and medical students and participate in continuing medical education programs.

The UW-Madison is located in what is regularly rated among the most livable cities in the nation ( UW-Madison is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer that fulfills its public mission by creating a welcoming and inclusive community for people from every background.

For complete details and TO APPLY, please go to the Jobs at UW portal ( ). Application materials must include a cover letter referencing PVL 219153, a current CV, and contact information for 3 references. Direct questions to