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Neuro Disease/Gladstone Postdoc Fellowship Program at UCSF

Posted by on Tuesday, May 21, 2024 in Announcements, Path to Career Resources .

Applications are now open for the NOMIS–Gladstone Fellowship Program at the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease (GIND).

This interdisciplinary training and research program offers exceptional postdoctoral scientists the freedom to address big unanswered questions at the intersection of two or more scientific disciplines.

Gladstone provides an ideal environment for training in integrative neuroscience with dedicated mentorship by world-class investigators.

Collaborations with the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) further expand the opportunities for professional and career development. NOMIS–Gladstone Fellows will be appointed as scientists at GIND and will have an affiliation with UCSF’s Department of Neurology.


  • Access to state-of-the-art facilities and resources at Gladstone and UCSF
  • Freedom to explore high-risk concepts
  • Fully funded two-year positions with support for research and travel
  • Opportunity to acquire interdisciplinary research skills through co-mentorship
  • Highly collaborative environment
  • Scientific leadership training and career development support
  • Integration into outstanding Gladstone, UCSF, and NOMIS Foundation networks of pioneering researchers
  • Annual salary of $94,000 plus benefits, and an annual $10,000 housing supplement

Eligibility Requirements

  • Ph.D. or M.D.
  • Strong interest in interdisciplinary neuroscience training
  • Genuine commitment to developing an independent academic career
  • Outstanding records of relevant achievements and creativity
  • Evidence for high levels of curiosity, imagination and perseverance

Application Materials

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Statement of research interests (up to two pages) reflecting commitment to leading-edge interdisciplinary neuroscientific/biomedical research and indicating two potential co-mentors from the faculty of the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease
  • Description of long-term career goals (half a page)
  • Three letters of reference from current or former mentors

These materials should be submitted to:
Randi Mott
NOMIS–Gladstone Fellowship Program

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

The NOMIS Foundation and Gladstone Institutes are committed to equality and diversity.

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