Advanced research training at Indiana University School of Medicine provides postdoctoral scholars with the expertise and support needed to accomplish their professional goals. Faculty investigators throughout IU School of Medicine academic departments conduct a broad range of translational, clinical and basic research, and postdoctoral researchers benefit from this robust research environment. This training and working environment enables postdoctoral researchers to hone their research knowledge and skills for career advancement.
Benefits and Funding
The benefit plan a postdoctoral researcher receives at IU School of Medicine depends on the classification of the postdoctoral appointment. Two types of postdoctoral researchers train at IU School of Medicine: Postdoctoral Appointees and Postdoctoral Fellows. IU School of Medicine requires that all postdoctoral researchers be compensated at least the Year 0 NRSA minimum salary rate which adjusts every July 1st according to the rate set the previous calendar year or based on approval by the Executive Associate Dean for Research Affairs.