Are you interested in new research methods to increase our understanding of sex, gender and reproduction? Would you like further training that will help you beco me an independent researcher? This 2 year traineeship (assuming satisfactory performance) offers the opportunity to be immersed with colleagues (pre, postdoc and faculty) from human sexual and reproductive health, gender studies, animal behavior, endocrinology, and the evolution of development to ensure high quality and broad spectrum training. Access and interaction with faculty of different specializations is built into the training experience.

Funding is through an NIH T32 training grant, ‘Common Themes in Reproductive Diversity.

We offer broadly integrative training in the areas of sexuality, sexual behavior, reproduction and development, with attention given to a wide variety of species, including humans. We are especially inviting applicants interested in humans and who seek cross-disciplinary training that will enrich and deepen their work. A Ph.D. in psychology, anthropology, gender studies, biology, neuroscience, chemistry, or a related field is required.

If you are interested, find out more by visiting: http://www.indiana.edu/~reprodiv/themes.htm

and do make initial contacts with one of the training faculty who might serve as primary mentorshttp://www.indiana.edu/%7Ereprodiv/faculty.htm.

Please e-mail your completed application to Linda Summers at lisummer@indiana.edu with the email subject line: CTRD Post-doc Application.

For full consideration, applications should arrive by February 15, 2013. Minority applicants are especially encouraged to apply. Trainees must be citizens, non-citizen nationals, or permanent residents of the US. Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.