Department of Dermatology, University of Utah School of Medicine
The Department of Dermatology at the University of Utah is seeking a specialist in Pediatric Dermatology at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level. The successful candidate will be board-certified in Dermatology, have completed a fellowship in Pediatric Dermatology, and be board-certified/board-eligible in Pediatric Dermatology.
Clinical facilities include Primary Children’s Hospital and University of Utah Medical Center in Salt Lake City, UT, Primary Children’s Outpatient Services in Riverton, UT, and The University of Utah Department of Dermatology Midvalley Building in Murray, UT. Primary Children’s Hospital is the children’s hospital for Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, and Montana. Our hospital is equipped to treat children with complex illness and injury and is recognized as one of the top children’s hospitals in the United States.
Opportunities include: direct patient care in the outpatient and inpatient settings, laser and other surgical services, clinical research and scholarly activity, and teaching medical students, Family Practice, Pediatrics, and Dermatology residents, and Pediatric Dermatology Fellows. There will be opportunities for collaborative clinical or laboratory research with the University of Utah Centers of Excellence including the Clinical and Translational Science Award, the Huntsman Cancer Institute and the Utah Genome Project if the candidate desires.
Proposed starting date is the summer of 2017. Salary is commensurate with skills and experience. The University of Utah offers a full benefits package. Applicants must submit the following items:
1) A cover letter detailing why their skills and experience meet the minimum and preferred qualifications of the position.
2) A current CV/resume that includes dates of employment.
3) The names, addresses, daytime telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses for three professional references.
University of Utah Department of Dermatology, 30 N 1900 E, 4A330 SOM
Salt Lake City, Utah 84132
Sheryll L. Vanderhooft, MD
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