Mohs Surgeon - The University of Missouri - Columbia School of Medicine Department of Dermatology is seeking full time board eligible/certified, fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon for position as an Assistant/Associate/ Professor (all tracks). The successful candidate will provide student/resident education in Mohs surgery. This position is general clinical dermatology with responsibility for educating trainees from medical students through fellows; a full spectrum dermatologic oncology procedures; and opportunities to participate in research. The practice will include some general dermatologic care until further growth of the Mohs service is realized. Live and work in a vibrant university mid-sized community with easy access to the cultural amenities of larger cities. Join a supportive dynamic department.
Board eligible / Certified Dermatologists fellowship-trained in Mohs Surgery
Apply using the online application. Be prepared to upload current CV. Questions regarding the position may be sent to the Dermatology Search Committee in care of: Karen Edison, MD, University of Missouri Columbia, Department of Dermatology, One Hospital Drive, Room MA111, Columbia, MO 65212
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