University of WI School of Medicine and Public Health
Location: Madison, Wisconsin
Type: Full Time
Preferred Education: MD/DO
Academic / Research
Academic Medical Group
Internal Number: 92099-FA
The Division of Allergy, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine has an opening for an Assistant/Associate Professor with focus on research in asthma or related areas. We are seeking a highly motivated individuals to join our world-renowned team, furthering our research activities. We value diversity and respect the many differences and similarities in the workplace, including the varied perspectives, approaches, and competencies of coworkers and populations that we serve. As such, we strongly encourage applications from candidates who foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion.
Principle duties: •Conduct research in asthma/related areas, both independently and collaboratively with other SMPH faculty. •Participate in clinical patient care, clinical teaching of residents, medical students and fellows. •Clinical service assignments will be dependent on candidates' training. •The successful candidate will also participate in professional, public, and university service appropriate to the faculty rank. •Candidates must meet the criteria for rank and track as per UW tenure guidelines.
The ideal candidate will have research interest/experience one of these areas: •informatics and system biology •microbiome •mucosal immunology •Candidates with expertise in other asthma-related areas are encouraged to apply (basic, clinical, translational, health service research)
Requirements: •MD or MD/PhD; MDs must be Board Eligible or Board Certified in Internal Medicine as well asAllergy/Immunology or Pulmonary Medicine. Candidates with PhD with established research programs may beconsidered. •Eligible for WI medical license, (waived for PhD candidates) •Research interest with a focus area complimentary to current studies. Ideal candidate will have a successfulrecord of research productivity.
About University of WI School of Medicine and Public Health
Since our founding in 1924, members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Medicine have worked together to heal patients, discover ways to advance care and train the next generation of doctors.
We focus on internal medicine: the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and nonsurgical treatment of diseases in adults.
With 11 divisions and over 400 full-time faculty members, we are the largest academic department in the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and in the University of Wisconsin system.
Our clinical faculty and staff are affiliated with UW Health, the integrated health system of UW-Madison. They provide adult primary and specialty care in hospitals, clinics and outreach locations throughout Dane County, Wisconsin and the region.
Our researchers conduct laboratory-based biomedical studies to better understand the cellular and molecular underpinnings of disease, carry out clinical studies to yield new tests and therapies and lead health services research to improve the effectiveness of health care systems.
Our faculty lead nationally-recognized, innovative medical education programs for every career stage: under...graduate, medical school, residency, fellowship and continuing medical education.
We are committed to collaboration, professionalism, compassion and innovation—and we invite you to learn more about us.