We seek outstanding postdoctoral students who have a strong desire to pursue research in conjunction with CTRD faculty mentors in the subjects related to the evolution, development and expression of sex and gender, with a special emphasis on parental effects on development.
How to Apply
For Postdoctoral Trainees
We offer a 2-year NIH traineeship (assuming satisfactory performance and award renewal by NIH) in integrative research in sexuality, sexual behavior, reproduction and development, with attention given to a wide variety of species, including humans.
A Ph.D. in psychology, anthropology, gender studies, evolutionary biology, neuroscience, or a related field is required. The funding is from NIH T32 training grant, “Common Themes in Reproductive Diversity."
For more information, make initial contact with one of the training faculty who might serve as your primary mentor.
For all Trainees
The criteria for selection for postdoctoral positions will include GREs, academic record, letters of recommendation, and evidence of productive research experience, which may include presentations at scientific meetings, publications, and research grants. In addition, we will consider a brief plan of research.
All trainees will be expected to participate in the core elements of the program. Examples are enrollment in core courses, pursuing training in research ethics, spending time with visiting lecturers, presenting at the Animal Behavior Research Conference, serving as models for younger students, and participating in a common forum for discussion. We will expect regular attendance at CTRD events, which will occur in collaboration with CISAB, Kinsey Institute, and other participating departments/programs.
All applicants will be given equal consideration regardless of race, gender, or ethnicity. In addition, special efforts will be made to increase the diversity of our trainees. Trainees must be citizens, non-citizen nationals or permanent residents of the US. For more about our commitment to diversity, please visit our diversity statement.
Not yet an IU grad student? You’ll need to apply to IU.
Prospective graduate students not currently enrolled at Indiana University must apply for admission to the university through the graduate program of their choice. An online application system is available through the University Graduate School. Select Admissions from the menu on the graduate school page and follow the link for applying online.
Additional information about graduate applications is available from the primary degree-granting units associated with this training grant.