The Vanderbilt Memory & Alzheimer’s Center is committed to training the next generation of professionals to conduct innovative research on memory and Alzheimer's disease and provide cutting edge and unparalleled care to patients and their families. Training opportunities are available at all levels:

From time to time, we also have professional opportunities for individuals interested in contributing to research and clinical care of older adults with memory loss and Alzheimer's disease. If you would like to train with any one of the Vanderbilt Memory & Alzheimer’s Center Core faculty or if you are interested in joining our team, please contact us (vmac@vanderbilt.edu).

Current Opportunities

Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Neurology

The Vanderbilt University Department of Neurology and the Vanderbilt Memory & Alzheimer’s Center is seeking applicants for an early career cognitive or behavioral neurologist with clinical expertise in mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease. The position is intended for a physician/clinician scientist who, in addition to providing clinical care in our outpatient Memory Clinic, will also be provided with protected time to develop an independent research career in mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease. Click here for more details, including how to apply.

 

Imaging Genetics Postdoctoral Fellowship

The Vanderbilt Memory & Alzheimer’s Center and Vanderbilt Genetics Institute is pleased to announce an opening for a full-time post-doctoral fellow to carry out imaging genetics research with a focus on Alzheimer’s disease. The fellow will be involved in an active, NIH-funded clinical research program, leveraging data from the Alzheimer’s Disease Genetics Consortium (ADGC) and multiple longitudinal cohort studies of Alzheimer's disease. The research portfolio emphasizes sex differences in the genetics predictors of Alzhimer's disease, and “asymptomatic” Alzheimer's disease in which participants present with all the neuropathological features of AD but without cognitive impairment. Click here for more details, including how to apply.