The University of Florida College of Nursing is seeking a PhD-prepared faculty member with a background in the following areas: data science to improve patient outcomes; improving quality of life in individuals and populations experiencing health disparities; biological mechanisms for improving treatment outcomes and health-related quality of life; and, genomic and multi-‘omic influences on personalized health strategies.
We are interested in creative and highly motivated individuals looking to advance their academic career at the University of Florida. The candidate is expected to implement a program of research leading to external funding; contribute to the organizational development of a community of scholars; and, participate in all aspects of educational delivery including teaching across programs. This is a tenure-track position.
This position is located on the Gainesville, FL campus and is not a remote or online position.
The University of Florida College of Nursing is dedicated to high-quality programs of education, research, patient care and public service. As part of the flagship university in Florida, the College of Nursing joins the university in its commitment to being a preeminent university that serves its students and citizens across the globe. The College of Nursing has innovative education programs including nationally accredited baccalaureate (traditional and accelerated), a RN to BSN program, a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program, as well as the state’s oldest PhD in Nursing Science. The college uses online learning delivery for many of its programs.
As part of UF Health, the University of Florida academic health center, the College of Nursing collaborates with five other health-related colleges and the UF Health family of hospitals, as well as clinical partners across the state, such as the North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System.
Archer Family Health Care is the college’s comprehensive nurse-managed health care center. Faculty members provide primary care and psychiatric/mental health services to underserved adults, children and families in Alachua County and surrounding areas. The College’s active faculty practice offers opportunities for interdisciplinary work and leadership in other nurse-managed practices as well.
Faculty members have opportunities for collaborations in research and scholarship with 16 colleges, 34 institutes and 115 centers across the University of Florida as well as collaborations within our clinical health system. The College is also a partner in UF’s Center for Translational Science Institute (CTSI).
Come join our team of faculty members who set a standard for excellence when it comes to innovative education, dynamic research and quality patient care.