Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor
Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor in the area of Geriatrics (Ageing/Dementia)
Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
National University of Singapore
The Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS, invites applications for faculty appointment in Geriatrics (Ageing/Dementia).
The candidate should be an outstanding Clinician Scientist at Professor level (tenured) who will drive research in the field of ageing and related diseases such as dementia, sarcopenia and frailty, as well as strategies for prevention and therapy. The candidate shall be a leading academic geriatrician who provides strong thought leadership in geriatrics, as well as mentors junior clinician scientists. A Centre for Healthy Ageing is being set up to develop and coordinate research in ageing and population health, including biological discovery, translation and the development of new clinical programmes to integrate care and to improve health outcomes. The candidate would have a prominent role in clinical aspects of the program.
The candidate should be:
- A Clinician Scientist with a good research track record in Geriatrics (Ageing/Dementia)
2. Assistant Professor/Associate Professor
The candidate should be an outstanding Scientist/Clinician Scientist who pursues independent research in the field of ageing and related diseases such as dementia, sarcopenia and frailty, as well as strategies for prevention and therapy. The candidate shall be part of the leading academic geriatrician at the Centre for Healthy Ageing to integrate care and to improve health outcomes
The candidate should be:
- A Scientist/Clinician Scientist with a good research track record in Geriatrics (Ageing/Dementia)
(Only shortlisted candidates will be notified)
About NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
Established in 1905, the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine is the first institution of higher learning in Singapore and the genesis of the National University of Singapore.
The School offers one of the finest undergraduate medical programmes in the Asia Pacific region and commands international recognition and respect. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016 by subject and Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings by Subject 2017 list NUS Medicine as a leading medical school in Asia.
It admits 300 students to the MBBS degree programme annually and its principal missions are to educate and train the next generation of healthcare professionals, and foster research that will help to advance the practice of medicine.
The 18 NUS Medicine departments in the basic sciences and clinical specialties work closely with the Centre for Medical Education, the Centre for Biomedical Ethics, the Centre for Healthcare Simulation as well as the restructured public hospitals to ensure that teaching and research are aligned and relevant to Singapore’s healthcare needs. The School is a founding institutional member of the National University Health System.
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