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Faculty Positions

Open Rank Clinical Faculty Medical Dermatology Position

  • Currently recruiting 5 part-time or full-time clinical faculty 
  • Application deadline: Open until filled 


Administrative & Research Staff Positions

Paid Undergraduate Research Assistant Position in Skin Cancer Research (2 positions) 

  • Part-time, In-person position 
  • Sophomores or freshmen, students who plan to go into healthcare or biomedical research will be prioritized 
  • Prior research or clinical experience is advantageous but not required

The Nghiem Lab has an outstanding opportunity for two paid undergraduate research assistants! We are seeking motivated, enthusiastic undergraduates to assist with general lab duties and translational/clinical studies. Many of the projects involve contact with patients and other healthcare providers. There may also be the opportunity to work under other UW Dermatology faculty members to support their research projects.  

Application closes Feb. 26, 2024


Postdoctoral Fellow (Simpson Lab)

  • Fulltime, in-person position
  • Location: Simpson Lab, located on the UW Medicine research campus in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood
  • Application deadline: Open until filled

UW Dermatology has an outstanding opportunity for a Postdoctoral Fellow in the laboratory of Cory Simpson, MD, PhD, FAAD. The Simpson Lab is a wet lab at the University of Washington specializing in skin regeneration, repair and imaging. The Simpson Lab is located at the UW Medicine South Lake Union (SLU) campus.




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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or protected veteran status.


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In the Department of Dermatology, we value and honor diversity and believe it is integral to providing excellent patient care and an optimal environment to work and learn. We are committed to increasing opportunity and promoting diversity through recruitment and advancement of diverse faculty, trainees, and staff. We strive to cultivate a respectful, safe, and inclusive environment for all. 


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