The Department of Dermatology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine is actively looking to expand its team by hiring Academic Faculty, Clinical Adjunct Faculty, and Health Network Dermatologists. This strategic hiring initiative aims to enhance the department's expertise, research capabilities, and clinical services, furthering its commitment to providing exceptional dermatological care and advancing medical knowledge. Joining the team offers a unique opportunity to contribute to cutting-edge research, mentor medical students and residents, and deliver comprehensive dermatological care to patients in a collaborative and innovative environment.
• Fellowship trained
• Successful record of clinical and service excellence
• North Carolina licensure or eligible
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When faculty members join Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist, they are welcomed into an inclusive culture that celebrates and respects the contributions a diverse team can make together. If you are passionate about advancing the field of Dermatology and contributing to the growth of a prestigious academic institution, contact Jackie Aubert at
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