The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis recruits up to three postdoctoral scholars each spring for the Heather M. Young Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. Scholars with research interests in family caregiving, development of technology to promote healthy aging as well as community-based approaches to improving quality of life, and care for older adults are especially sought.
The fellowship program is sponsored by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation in recognition of the school’s founding dean, Heather M. Young, and her career-long commitment to promote healthy aging. The fellowship was created to further advance the school’s ongoing healthy aging research and prepare future faculty to teach and continue research in healthy aging.
All fellowships are for one year with possible renewal for a second year. Scholars receive an annual salary based on the National Institutes for Health postdoctoral salary scale, University of California benefits and additional support funds for research and professional development.
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The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis seeks multiple tenure- or tenure-track faculty at the rank of assistant, associate or full professor. The school also invites applications from research teams of two or more faculty with productive, collaborative research programs.
We seek applications from candidates with productive programs of science and commitment to scholarship that aligns with the School of Nursing mission and research priorities:
- healthy aging and family caregiving across the life span
- health equity, social justice and health promotion in diverse populations
- healthy systems and enabling technologies
We invite applications from scholars with research programs that intersect with more than one of these areas.
In addition to conducting research, successful candidates teach in one or more of the school’s four programs: Master’s Entry Program in Nursing, Physician Assistant Master of Health Services, Doctor of Nursing Practice—Family Nurse Practitioner and the Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership Doctor of Philosophy programs. The school especially seeks candidates with experience teaching qualitative research methods or health informatics.
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Please review the full position description, which provides guidance on the application requirements and recommendations to strengthen your application at nursing.ucdavis.edu/ourteam/join.
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