Post-doctoral fellow-Reproductive Diversity-USA
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An NIH T32 training grant to Indiana University has an open line for a post-doctoral fellow and invites applications.
Research conducted by the participants addresses key questions in the development and expression of sex differences, as
well as maternal and paternal effects on morphological, sexual, and social development.
Indiana University's excellent support for research and its
globally recognized strengths in animal behavior, endocrinology, human sexual health, and evolution of development ensure high quality training.
Fellowships include a competitive salary based on current NIH pay scale commensurate with experience and funds to support research and travel.
The successful applicant will help foster collaborations among faculty and serve as a professional model for pre-doctoral trainees.
Ph.D in biology, psychology, neuroscience, chemistry, gender studies or related field required.
Candidates are invited to make initial contacts with training
Please e-mail your completed application to Dee Verostko at
dverostk [at] indiana.edu or send to 1001 East Third Street, Bloomington, IN 47405.
The email subject line should read: Postdoc-Ketterson.
For full consideration, applications should arrive by 15 August but later applications will be considered.
Please note that the traineeship must begin in April.
Trainees must be citizens, non-citizen nationals,
or permanent residents of the US.
The search will continue until the position is filled.
Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative
Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.
To apply, click on: Post doctoral fellow Reproductive Diversity, USA
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