Assistant or Associate Professor in the field of clinical pathology- University of Wisconsin- Madison

The Department of Pathobiological Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin–Madison
is seeking candidates for a clinical- or tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant or Associate Professor
level in the field of clinical pathology. The candidate will join departmental faculty with expertise in infectious
diseases (immunology, parasitology, bacteriology, virology, epidemiology, and public health) and comparative
pathology (anatomic and clinical) and strong interactions with oncology, internal medicine, emergency and
critical care, special species medicine, and the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. The campus
culture of collaboration and collegiality and the exceptional lifestyle offered by Madison provide an
outstanding environment for an academic career. Minimum requirements include a DVM or equivalent, ACVP
or ECVCP board certification or eligibility, and licensure or eligibility for licensure in Wisconsin. Two to three
years of post-residency experience in diagnostic clinical pathology and a PhD are preferred but not required.
The selected individual will support UW Veterinary Care through performance of clinical pathology service. He
or she will participate in training clinical pathology residents, contribute to the professional veterinary student
instructional program, and also may contribute to other courses in the veterinary medical, undergraduate, or
graduate student curricula. In addition to clinical service and instruction, the selected individual will be
expected to develop an active scholarly program. For an individual on the clinical track, this could include
advancing the discipline of clinical pathology through creation and dissemination of new knowledge and
participating in collaborative research by providing expertise to clinical and translational research or basic
science animal-based research conducted by faculty who would benefit from the insights and expertise of a
clinical pathologist. If the individual has sufficient research training and credentials to be appointed on the
tenure rack, it is expected he or she will develop an extramurally funded research program resulting in peerreviewed
publications. The campus offers rich collaborations with the Schools of Medicine and Public Health,
Nursing, and Pharmacy, the NCI-recognized Carbone Cancer Center, the Wisconsin National Primate Research
Center, and the CTSA-funded Institute for Clinical and Translational Research. Finally, participation in
departmental and university service and a commitment to fostering a diverse academic environment are
expected. Interested applicants should apply at the appropriate online application site: (clinical track) (tenure track)

You will be asked to provide: 1) a cover letter with a brief description of your experience in the field and your
career goals, 2) a detailed curriculum vitae, and 3) the names and contact information for three references. In
addition, please request that each of your three referees send a letter of recommendation directly to the
Search Committee at Every attempt will be made to ensure confidentiality until
finalists for the position are selected.

For full consideration, the complete application, including reference letters, should be received by December
15, 2018. For specific questions regarding this position, contact: Dr. Karen Young, Search Committee Chair, at For information on the School and Department please visit

The University of Wisconsin is an AA/EOE. All qualified applicants, especially women and underrepresented
minority candidates, are encouraged to apply.