Are you a postdoc interested in teaching?
Be a part of UCSF's innovative medical school curriculum
while gaining skills and building your resume!

Go from bench to classroom as a UCSF Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow!

In 2001, UCSF unveiled a dynamic interdisciplinary curriculum for students in the first 
eighteen months of medical school. At the same time, the Departments of Biochemistry & 
Biophysics and Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology launched the UCSF Postdoctoral Teaching 
Fellowship Program with the goal of providing teaching opportunities for postdoctoral scholars 
in this exciting curriculum. The departments are now calling for applicants for this year's program.

The UCSF Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship program provides training in the practice of
small group teaching, hands-on experience in facilitating small-group discussions, 
and an opportunity to be a part of an integrated medical school curriculum.
Teaching fellows are also exposed to innovative teaching modules. 
Each fellow receives an honorarium, structured mentoring, and formal evaluations.

Learn about UCSF's medical school curriculum

Teaching opportunities are available in the following courses:




Mechanisms, Methods and Malignancies (M3)

Metabolism & Nutrition (M&N)

How to apply:

(Application deadline is in June. Interviews take place in July.)

Questions? Contact Dr. Tracy Fulton (M&N), Dr. Katherine Hyland (M3) in the Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics or Dr. Marieke Kruidering-Hall (Prologue) in the Department of Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology.