Are you driven by personal and professional growth?
The University of Wisconsin–Madison Department of Dermatology is seeking dermatologists who lead in the discovery of new knowledge, expertly care for patients, and embrace learning, inclusion and personal growth. Join a growing and inclusive department housed within a powerhouse biomedical university with more than $1.19B in annual research expenditures!
Continue your journey of lifelong learning with us!
Specific interests and qualifications include:
- General Dermatology
- Inpatient Complex Dermatology
We welcome diverse applicants as we strive to serve a more diverse patient population.
We seek Diversity as it is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation for UW–Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respect the profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience, status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university community.
For more information
Please contact Department Chair Dr. Beth Drolet (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information on current openings.
Applications are processed through the Jobs@UW system:
- CT-Track General Dermatology (for dermatologists interested in adult/pediatric practice with a teaching component): ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE, OR FULL PROFESSOR (CT) at UW–Madison (wisc.edu)
- CHS-Track General Dermatology (for dermatologists interested in adult/pediatric practice with a teaching component): ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE, OR FULL PROFESSOR (CHS) at UW–Madison (wisc.edu)
- CT- Track Dermatopathology: ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE CLINICAL PROFESSOR at UW–Madison (wisc.edu)
- CHS- Track Dermatopathology: ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (CHS) at UW–Madison (wisc.edu)
What’s it like to live in Madison, WI
The capital of America’s Dariyland is a growing hot-spot for high-tech businesses and information technology and is consistently rated one of the best (Happiest, Livable, Work-Life Balance) US cities to live in.
Perched on an isthmus between two lakes, Madisonians swim, bike, and run through the city’s parks, while sports fans head down to Camp Randall and the Kohl Center for Big Ten football and Basketball. With more than 150 miles of off-street bike paths, it’s obvious why Madison is one of five Platinum Bike Cities in the US.
From award-winning chefs to pioneering research, from international theatre productions to a quiet stroll down a forested path, Madison has the breadth of big-city life with the charm of a small town.
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Arts and Culture
Art Fair on the (Capitol) Square. Chazen Museum of Art‘s permanent collection. Madison Museum of Contemporary Art‘s rotating exhibitions. Off-Broadway, Shakespeare, Madison Symphony Orchestra, and local productions at the Overture Center for the Arts, the Broom Street Theater, and The Bartell. Discover local artists in the Williamson Street neighborhood, or listen to the Madison Chamber Orchestra and Madison Opera perform under an open summer sky. Madison has long been a center for visual and performing arts, a small city where you can find a surprising array of things to move you.
Madison parks offer encompass conservancies, family fun, winter and summer sports, water activities, and dog parks, while a range of state parks and forests offer a range of outdoor activities within a couple hours’ drive of the city. Flanked by Lakes Mendota and Monona, residents of the city enjoy summer and winter water activities year round. Meanwhile, the amateur athlete can compete in Madison’s Marathon, Triathlon and Ironman events–along with a slew of lower-intensity walks, runs, swims, and bike races–while the athletic spectator can make a trip to Camp Randall or the Kohl Center–home to the Wisconsin Badgers–for the sporting experience of a lifetime.
Cuisine and Nightlife
Livability.com put Madison in the Top Ten for food in the US in 2013, and with good reason. The refined palate can sample a smorgasbord of farm-to-table and gourmet restaurants, while the more democratic tongue can catch quick tastes of any number of national cuisines and greasy spoons on State Street and at the food carts on the Library Mall and Capitol Square. After dinner enjoy a local beer at any one of Madison’s many craft breweries, an old fashioned–Wisconsin’s signature cocktail–at the Old Fashioned, or a cup of tea from one the coffee shops that punctuate the Square. Then close out the night by catching a show at The Majestic or The Orpheum–two of many venues that helped win Madison a spot in Livability’s 2012 Top Ten Cities for Music.
Bicycling in Madison
It’s pretty clear why the American League of Bicyclists granted both Madison and the University of Wisconsin-Madison their Platinum Award, and why USA Today ranked the city in the top 5 for cyclists. With dedicated bike lanes, more than 150 miles of off-street bike paths, local and national bike shops, Trek’s national headquarters, a police force dedicated to shared streets, cycling and triathlon races, a growing bike share program–Madison encourages the beginner, accommodates the commuter, and challenges the athletic cyclist.
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