How to Apply


This training grant supports 3 postdoctoral and 5 predoctoral positions. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents. 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.



Postdoctoral Trainees

child in fMRI simulatorPosition: Appointments are normally for two years, conditional on satisfactory progress after the first year. Decisions regarding renewal are based on progress reports written by the trainee, mentor evaluations, and records of achievement (publications, presentations at conferences and meetings, awards). Stipend levels are set by NIH and based on levels of experience.




To apply: Submit a vitae, statement of research interests (indicate at least 2 laboratories of interest), preprints or publications and three letters of recommendation via email (chwoznia@indiana.edu) or mail to: Multidisciplinary Training in Developmental Process, c/o Charlotte Wozniak, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University, 1101 E. Tenth St., Bloomington, Indiana 47405.


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Predoctoral Trainees

child and predoc with stimuliPosition: Appointments are normally for two years, conditional on satisfactory progress after the first year. Decisions regarding renewal are based on progress reports written by the trainee, mentor evaluations, and records of achievement (publications, presentations at conferences and meetings, awards). Stipend levels for all predoctoral trainees are set by NIH.



To apply: Contact your "home" department for an application to their Ph.D. program. When completing your application, be sure that you state that you are interested in the Multidisciplinary Training in Developmental Process, c/o Charlotte Wozniak, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana 47405.



If you have additional questions, feel free to contact our grant manager, Charlotte Wozniak, chwoznia@indiana.edu or call 812-855-8256.


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