The University of Wisconsin-Madison is a world-class academic institution with an international reputation for basic, applied and cross-disciplinary research. It attracts scholars and students at all levels from around the world. Nationally, UW-Madison ranks fourth among all U.S. universities for research and development expenditures, exceeding $950 million annually. The University has a deep culture of collaborative interdisciplinary research, reflected recently by major grants such as the $150 million DOE Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center award (2007) and the $50 million NIH Translational Medicine award (2007). Interdisciplinary and translational centers that are positioning UW at the forefront of collaborative research include the Microbial Sciences Building (2007), the School of Medicine and Public Health's Interdisciplinary Research Complex (2008), and the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery (2010).
UW-Madion is an equal opportunity/affirmative action emplyer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.