Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity: Effects of Social Policies on Cardiovascular Health and Aging

Researchers at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) are seeking an individual to conduct innovative research to examine the effects of social policies (such as school racial segregation, poverty alleviation policies) on cardiovascular health and aging.

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 Dr. Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo to develop and disseminate original research that supports the group’s research agenda and enhances the capabilities of the CVD Policy Model.

Fellows Advancement Skills Training in Clinical Research (FAST-CaR)

The goals of the Fellows Advancement Skills Training in Clinical Research (FAST-CaR) program are to help clinical research fellows at UCSF to have a tighter-knit community and to have structured career development activities and ongoing research project feedback.

K-Grant Writing Workshop

Workshop series three times per year for approximately 4-8 UCSF clinical research scholars (fellows or early junior faculty), who are planning to apply for a K-series grant in patient-oriented research.

Postdoctoral Fellow at the San Francisco Coordinating Center

This program offers one or two fellowships for two to three years in the epidemiology of aging or the biological basis and biomarkers for healthy aging.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Policy Research on Neighborhoods and Health

This project involves analyzing large Danish register data to examine the effects of neighborhood deprivation on dementia and its vascular risk factors among a cohort of immigrants to Denmark. UCSF offers a fellowship to conduct policy research to examine the effects of neighborhood socioeconomic deprivation on health.

Training for Research on Aging and Chronic Disease (NIA T32)

This program emphasizes the 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, musculoskeletal and cardiometabolic disorders.

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.

CTSI TL1 Postdoctoral Fellowship Training Program

Through advanced didactic training, mentorship in the conduct of their research and career development support, this program provides exceptional postdoctoral fellows with the methodologic, analytic, leadership and team science skills required to conduct transformative early translational research.