Thoracic Surgeon (tenure)
Please send resume and cover letter referring to Position Vacancy Listing #85451 to primary contact listed above. MD specializing in thoracic surgery
Graduate of certified residency program in thoracic surgery. Training and expertise in lung cancer surgery preferred. Appointment as Associate Professor or full Professor will require candidate’s credentials to meet criteria for tenure and rank at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The Department of Surgery, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery is seeking an exceptional board eligible or certified thoracic surgeon to join a dynamic and growing division. The candidate must be academically-oriented with an interest in establishing a scholarly clinical and/or basic science research program, training medical students, residents, fellows, and providing high quality patient care. Incumbent will receive protected time and support from the department’s robust infrastructure of services including administrative support, accounting and finances, human resources, research administration, laboratory resources, etc. This surgeon will be expected to play an active role in the training and education of medical students, residents, and fellows.. In addition, the incumbent will have the opportunity to instruct within a two year fellowship following a General Surgery Residency in which residents become CT surgeons. This position is expected to work with colleagues in the Department of Surgery and throughout the Medical School and University to develop productive research relationships which result in national presentations and publications.
The successful candidate will also participate in professional, public, and university service appropriate to the faculty rank.
Madison is the lakeside state capitol and is repeatedly cited as one of the best cities in which to live, offering an excellent environment for families and a wide variety of cultural and recreational opportunities. Competitive salary and fringe benefit package is provided, as well as generous academic support.