The Division of Dermatology in the Department of Medicine at the University of Washington (UW) is recruiting for a physician scientist. The selected candidate will be proposed for appointment to the full-time faculty as an Assistant Professor (without tenure due to funding), commensurate with experience. This position will have an annual service period of 12 months [July 1-June 30]. Though this position will primarily focus on conducting research in skin biology, other duties include patient care and teaching of medical students, residents and fellows while on clinical service. University of Washington faculty will be expected to engage in teaching, research and service. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The anticipated start date would be July 2021.
Acting Instructor/ Acting Assistant Professor
The Division of Dermatology, in the Department of Medicine, is currently accepting online applications. The four open positions are 12-month, annual appointments with a service period of July 1 - June 30, and will be at the Instructor level (Acting Instructor) or Assistant Professor level (Acting Assistant Professor) in the Division of Dermatology, Department of Medicine. Anticipated start date July 1, 2021.
These positions have the potential to be full or part time and will be based at the University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC) at the Roosevelt Dermatology Clinic and/or at the UWMC Eastside Specialties Clinic in Bellevue and/or at the Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System (VAPSHCS).
University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research, and service. The successful applicant will have clinical responsibilities including the outpatient dermatology clinic and/or inpatient attending service, as well as, the opportunity to gain expertise in a specific academic/research area of Dermatology and to develop a unique impactful recognizable national presence.
Clinical Research Fellow
The University of Washington Division of Dermatology Medical Dermatology Clinical Research Fellowship (non-ACGME) is a 1-year, full time, paid fellowship position (July 1 – June 30) awarded to a candidate who has demonstrated a strong interest in dermatology and is a competitive candidate for dermatology residency.
The primary role of the Medical Dermatology Clinical Research Fellow is to conduct clinical research, including presenting and writing about research findings. Research will focus on projects around complex medical dermatology, including cutaneous oncology (particularly cutaneous lymphoma), dermatology-rheumatology, inpatient consultative dermatology, and hidradenitis suppuritiva.
The research fellow will receive clinical research training, regularly interact with faculty researchers and dermatologists, and have regular mentorship meetings focused on the development of research and clinical skills, and career development.
The Dermatology Division has an outstanding opportunity for a Communications Specialist to join our team. We are looking for someone who has the skills and passion to communicate the depth, breadth and impact of our innovative research, exceptional teaching and specialized clinical work that is improving health care locally, nationally and around the world. This position is responsible for helping implement a division-wide, comprehensive communication strategy to increase external awareness, strengthen internal communications and ensure consistent and coordinated communication of University, UW Medicine and division messaging. This is a full-time position reporting to the Manager of Strategy, Finance and Clinical Programs.
Grant and Contract Analyst
The Division of Dermatology in the Department of Medicine has an outstanding opportunity for a full-time Grant and Contract Analyst. The purpose of this position is to administer operations and analysis for the Dermatologic Melanoma Research Programs in the Division of Dermatology. The Dermatologic Melanoma Research Program focuses on many aspects of the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of skin cancers such as melanoma, Merkel cell carcinoma, and cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. The Dermatologic Melanoma Research Program is committed to the priorities and goals of the Division, Department and School of Medicine to conduct research associated with skin cancer. This position will work to support these research goals and efforts and directly impacts the financial health and stability of the program through strategic and proactive operational and financial analysis and oversight.