How to contact Kim:
krosvall [AT] indiana [DOT] edu
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Indiana University, Department of Biology, 1001 E 3rd St., Jordan Hall Rm 142, Bloomington, IN 47405
Jordan Hall A318, (812) 856-2375
Jordan Hall A318, (812) 855-4555
Interested in Joining the Lab?
For potential postdocs: The Rosvall lab is looking for postdocs that are interested in questions about mechanisms of behavioral evolution and plasticity. There are many fellowship options for postdocs interested in my lab, and so, if you are interested in teaming up – contact me about your ideas and we can talk about putting together a proposal (NSF, NIH NRSA, etc.).
For prospective graduate students: IU’s EEB graduate program is a wonderful place for students interested in mechanisms of behavior, how they are shaped by the environment, and how they evolve. If you are interested in applying to my lab, read some of the lab’s recent publications, and send me an email. In your email, I’d love to hear about why you’re interested in my lab and what research you’ve done in the past. Please also include a CV that states GPA and GREs. I also strongly encourage you to think critically about your decision to pursue a Ph.D. Science is both extremely challenging and extremely rewarding.
For undergraduates: If you are interested in research in the lab, send an email to Kim and Seth, telling us why you’re interested in our research. Include relevant information about your year, major, and desired type/degree of involvement (volunteer, course credit, during the school year, summer, lab work, field work, etc.).