GU Surgical Pathologist

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is recruiting for an academic surgical pathologist. An MD, DO or MD/PhD and board eligibility or certification in Anatomic Pathology or AP/CP are required. Surgical pathology subspecialty training in genitourinary pathology, or more than three years of sign-out experience in genitourinary pathology, is required. Expertise in other areas of surgical pathology, particularly head-and-neck and/or endocrine pathology is desirable.

Our surgical pathology division operates under a subspecialty model with shared call, and the laboratory processes approximately 60,000 surgical specimens per year. The successful candidate will have clinical responsibilities in genitourinary/ENT/endocrine service with a focus on GU pathology and will be appointed as a member of the department at the Assistant/Associate/Professor level (non-tenure, academic track). In addition, the appointee will be given the opportunity to teach medical students, residents and fellows, and to work closely with multi-specialty UW Comprehensive Cancer Center groups on collaborative clinical and translational research projects. The UW 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 committed to the growth and advancement of its members. The UW offers nationally recognized faculty involved in a robust mentoring program and a wide variety of professional development opportunities. Madison, built on an isthmus and surrounded by lakes, blends the city and campus, green spaces and urban areas, to create a place unlike anywhere else.

For details and to apply, please visit Jobs at UW: LINK. You will be asked to provide a cover letter, current CV and contact information for at least 3 references.

The Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine and the UW-Madison are committed to fostering diversity. We encourage applications from potential candidates of all identities, and also encourage applications from candidates who demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.