Postdoctoral Opportunities

  • Through its NIA-funded T32 (NIA T32AG000029), the Duke Aging Center offers 3 postdoctoral research training fellowship positions each academic year. Appointments are for a duration of two-years. We are currently accepting applications for the 2024-2025 academic year (start date: 7/1/2024)The priority application deadline for this cohort is October 1, 2023.

  • The Specialized Training Program in the Demography and Economics of Aging at the University of Chicago, funded by the National Institute of Aging (T32 AG000243), trains doctoral recipients interested in the fields of demography and economics of aging through the development of basic and applied research and policy-making and analysis. This training program is administered by the University of Chicago’s Center for Health and Social Sciences (CHeSS) and is affiliated with the Center on Healthy Aging Behaviors and Longitudinal Investigations (CHABLIS) at the University of Chicago. The training program offers three postdoctoral fellowships per year. The goal of these postdoctoral fellowships is to train recent doctoral recipients interested in the demographic and economic analysis of aging through the development of basic methodological tools, applied research, policy-making and analysis, and professional development. We are currently accepting applications to begin in Spring/Summer 2023. Applications are being reviewed and will be accepted until the positions are filled.

  • The Population Research Institute at Penn State is delighted to announce an opening for a Postdoctoral position in its T32-funded program in Social Environments and Population Health. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in demography, sociology, family studies, anthropology, health policy and administration, or a related discipline by the starting date. A strong background in quantitative analysis of social science data is desirable. We seek applicants with an interest in deepening their substantive and methodological expertise in both demography and social environments and population health. Postdoctoral scholars devote most of their time to research collaborations with faculty mentors, independent research, and research grant proposal writing, but they may also audit selected courses to increase their disciplinary expertise.  For more information and to submit an application, visit this link.

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