This T32 has 2 open positions for 2-year NIH traineeships to support broadly integrative training in the areas of sexual reproduction and development. Training will focus on behavior in both humans and other animals and will address key questions in three related themes: (1) genetic, epigenetic, environmental, and parental contributions to reproductive and social behavior; (2) the origins and expression of differences among the sexes; and (3) sex and immunity in health and disease. Indiana University’s excellent support for research and its globally recognized strengths in animal behavior, endocrinology, human sexual health, and evolution of development will ensure high quality training. PhD in anthropology, biology, gender studies, neuroscience, psychology or a related field is required. Funding is from NIH T32 training grant, “Common Themes in Reproductive Diversity.” For more information, make initial contact with one or more of the training faculty who might serve as primary mentors. Positions begin as early as June 2016. Evaluations will begin as early as March 15, 2016, but positions will remain open until filled. Please check back for updates on timing.