Current opening for a postdoctoral fellow supported by the NIMH T32 training grant: Full description here
Current opening for a postdoctoral associate working with Andrew Grotzinger researching the genetic underpinnings of cognitive aging over time.
Postdoctoral Fellowships at the Institute
The Institute has three federally funded training programs. One training grant, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, supports one postdoctoral fellow and four predoctoral students. A second training grant, funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, supports two postdoctoral fellows and four predoctoral students. A third, jointly with the Institute of Behavioral Sciences and funded by the National Institute on Aging, currently supports two postdoctoral fellows and two predoctoral students. Individuals interested in applying for a postdoctoral fellowship should initially contact a Faculty Fellow with whom they would wish to work.
Individual faculty at the Institute are routinely hiring talented postdoctoral researchers to contribute to the various programs of research at IBG. If you are interested in working with an IBG faculty member, please contact them.
Prospective students should visit Students at IBG for more information.
Student Employment and Temporary Researcher Opportunities
The Institute for Behavioral Genetics and associated research laboratories hire students and temporary researchers on an as-needed basis throughout the year. If you are interested in working in a research laboratory, please contact the lab or the professor directly to inquire about any openings. Student Assistant and Temporary Researcher positions typically start from $15.00 to $30.00 per hour depending on experience, education level, or other factors.
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