Seeking Three Faculty Positions in PN

University of California, San Francisco
Department of Physiological Nursing

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Ladder Rank

DESCRIPTION:  Within the UCSF Department of Physiological Nursing, the successful candidate will teach, conduct research, and participate in service activities. Areas of interest include but are not limited to: symptom management, chronic disease management, transition in care, palliative care, informatics, epigenetics/genomic research, m/eHealth and health disparities specifically or related to one of the areas mentioned.

REQUIREMENTS:  Doctoral preparation in nursing or related health field; experience in academic teaching and research commensurate with level of recommended rank and series; commitment to participate in an academic environment with a strong faculty governance structure; and commitment to share in the UCSF mission to advance health worldwide.

One to two years of post-doctoral experience strongly preferred.

SUBMIT:  Curriculum vitae. 

  • Please send curriculum vitae to:
    Bradley Aouizerat, MAS, PhD, Associate Professor
    Chair, Search Committee
    Department of Physiological Nursing
    2 Koret Way, Box 0610
    San Francisco, CA  94143-0610
  • [email protected]

The University of California, San Francisco, is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. The University undertakes affirmative action to assure equal employment opportunity for underutilized minorities and women, for persons with disabilities, and for covered veterans. UCSF seeks candidates whose experience, teaching, research or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.

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