California Dementia Epidemiology Postdoctoral Training Program
This is a unique postdoctoral training opportunity with openings at any of four University of California campuses (with primary mentorship from Dr. Elizabeth Rose Mayeda-UCLA; Dr. Rachel Whitmer-UC Davis; Maria Glymour-UCSF; or Dr. Maria Corrada-UC Irvine). Deadline is Sept. 15, 2018. More information about this opportunity is available here. Contact: Victoria Mansour or one of the PIs listed above.
Cardiovascular Disease Policy Model Research Group
The Cardiovascular Disease Policy Model research group, seeks a highly motivated scholar to join our multidisciplinary team for a 2-3 year postdoctoral fellowship. The fellow will collaborate closely with Drs. Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo and Dhruv Kazi to develop and disseminate original research that supports the group’s research agenda and enhances the capabilities of the CVD Policy Model. Additional details are available here
IMPACT is a new K12 program to train junior faculty in the science of improving the delivery of interventions proven to improve heart and lung health.
This program emphasizes integration of evidence from populations to translational applications in practice and policy. It focuses on chronic diseases and aging, including Alzheimer's disease and related disorders, cancer, muculoskeletal and cardiometabolic disorders. Read more here.
Postdoctoral Fellow at the San Francisco Coordinating Center
This program offers one or two fellowships for 2 to 3 years in the epidemiology of aging or the biological basis and biomarkers for healthy aging. Read more here.
Postdoctoral training in the Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology of Cancer
This program offers a set of instructional and research opportunities to exceptional postdoctoral candidates in order to promote their careers as independent researchers in the interdisciplinary “field” of genetic and molecular epidemiology of cancer. The program blends together in a highly interactive fashion a group of mentors and trainees from cancer research, molecular biology, genetics, epidemiology, and biostatistics. The program is defined by three main components: 1) a specialized core curriculum that covers the key disciplines and their intersections; 2) additional educational experiences to complement their research and educational background and interest; and 3) focused research projects with multiple mentors. Each trainee will also be required to extend their research experience by writing a mock NIH proposal. Individuals trained in this program will have the skills vital to deciphering the causes of cancer, ultimately providing valuable knowledge regarding the prevention and treatment of this complex disease. Interested candidates should send a CV and names of three references to John Witte ([email protected]).
The UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health (COE) is dedicated to developing a cadre of well-trained researchers dedicated to issues in women's health. To achieve this goal, the UCSF Women's Health Clinical Research Center (WHCRC) is offering a new fellowship program that meets the long-term goals of increasing both the amount and quality of multidisciplinary research conducted on women's health and the number of individuals with successful research careers.
This fellowship program builds on the research success of UCSF, the institution's commitment to women's health, and the availability of an extensive array of ongoing research projects in women's health. Nationally and internationally renowned women's health scholars can be identified in almost every school, department, and research unit. This breadth of expertise is supported by a nationally recognized clinical program in women's health. UCSF is one of the original six National Centers of Excellence in Women's Health designated by the Office of Women's Health in the Department of Health and Human Services.