Heather M. Young Postdoctoral Fellowship
Expected start date September 2021
Open date: March 2021
Initial review date: April 2021
FInal review date: June 30, 2021
Applications received after the review date are considered if the positions were not filled by the initial applicants.
The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis seeks scholars for the Heather M. Young Postdoctoral Fellowship. The school especially seeks 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. Up to three fellows will be admitted each year (2019-2023) based on alignment with a research mentor and focus. All fellowships are for one year with possible renewal for a second year. The school plans to award 10 fellowships over five years. The fellowship program is sponsored by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation in recognition of the school’s founding dean, Heather M. Young (2008-2018), and her career-long commitment to healthy aging. The fellowship was created to further advance the school’s ongoing healthy aging research and also prepare future faculty to teach and continue research in healthy aging. Scholars receive an annual salary based on the National Institutes for Health postdoctoral salary scale, University of California benefits and supplemental funding for professional development. The primary work location is the UC Davis Sacramento campus. This is not an H1-B opportunity.
Diversity, equity and inclusion
All individuals in the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing are accountable for maintaining and fostering a culture of inclusion, as outlined in the school’s diversity and inclusion web page.
All candidates are also evaluated on their contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Scholars are required to have a doctorate in nursing or a related field. The school especially seeks scholars with research interests related to older adults or family caregivers that also align with those of faculty in the school. Successful candidates are paired with faculty mentors based on area of focus and interest.
- Curriculum vitae
- Cover letter indicating your interest and qualifications as related to the priority topics of the fellowship and, if applicable, to the specific mentor focus areas.
- Statement of Contributions to Diversity: Diversity contributions documented in the application file will be used to evaluate applicants. Visit the Academic Affairs web page for guidelines about writing a diversity statement and why one is requested.
- Two letters of reference
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