Transplant Surgeon (CHS)
Medical Degree required, with specialization in transplantation.
Completion of an approved residency program and an ASTS approved transplant fellowship preferred.
Candidates for Associate Professor (CHS) or Full Professor (CHS) rank must meet criteria for appointment at rank per UW School of Medicine and Public Health guidelines for appointment and promotion on the CHS track.
The Division of Transplant Surgery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is seeking an additional abdominal multi-organ transplant surgeon to join the faculty of a dynamic and growing division of nine faculty members. We perform, on average, 290+ kidney, 50+ pancreas, and 90+ liver transplants a year, in addition to vascular access and HPB surgery, at the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics (UWHC). The Transplant Program also has an established partnership with the Veterans Administration to perform liver transplants, and soon kidney transplants. There is also a partnership with the American Family Children’s Hospital to perform pediatric liver and kidney transplants.
The successful candidate will possess a strong interest in clinical activities, clinical research, and education. The clinical emphasis of interest is in adult kidney and pancreas transplantation, vascular access surgery, and living donor laparoscopic nephrectomy. Clinical research interests can include clinical trials and/or health services research, and the candidate will be expected to teach medical students, general surgery residents, and transplant surgery fellows. The successful candidate will also participate in professional, public, and university service.
The University of Wisconsin is an excellent choice for the candidate who is seeking a career in a world-class academic medical center. UWHC has been recently ranked by US News as the number 1 rated hospital in the State of Wisconsin.