Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Phi Delta Epsilon Pre-Medical Fraternity Informational Session

Want to learn about Phi Delta Epsilon, the ONLY pre-medical fraternity on campus? Join us in Ballantine Hall 244 thisThursday, April 17th at 7PM to learn about fall recruitment and enjoy free pizza! If you have any questions concerning recruitment or would like to learn more but cannot attend the information session, please email

Friday, April 11, 2014

Available Position

Applications are invited for a full-time position as Senior Research Technician in a neuroendocrine and biobehavioral laboratory in the Department of Medicine.  The candidate will conduct research aimed at identifying and characterizing new medications for the treatment of alcohol abuse and alcohol relapse.  Studies involve assessing pharmacologic and neuroendocrine factors that influence the development of alcoholism using a rodent model of alcoholism.  Responsibilities include executing experimental protocols, data collection and analysis, and literary tasks.  The candidate will be encouraged to take advantage of the tuition remission program available to Indiana University School of Medicine employees.
Minimum requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Psychology, Neuroscience, or a related academic area.  Experience with animal research and statistical analyses desirable.
Interested individuals should send a resume, via email, that includes academic training, research experience, and contact information for three references to:
Dr. J.C. Froehlich, Ph.D.
Chancellor’s Professor of Medicine
    Professor of Cellular and Integrative Physiology
    and Medical Neurobiology
Indiana University School of Medicine

For further information contact Stephen Fischer in Dr. Froehlich’s laboratory at (317) 274-1368 or  Applications will be accepted until this position is filled.  Indiana University Medical School is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

UAID-Indiana University and Indiana Memorial Union Board are excited to invite members of the Bloomington community and IU campus to stop by the University Public Health Fair on April 10th from 4-8pm!

Come celebrate National Public Health week at Dunn Meadow! There will be interactive demonstrations from a number of organizations in the community and some FREE food and music!

Some organizations to highlight:
IU Health Center
HIV/Positive Link
Monroe County Health Department
Health Now more!

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Undergraduate Research Opportunity

Dear PBS majors:
The Cognition and Action Neuroimaging (CAN) Lab is currently seeking applications for research assistants for the summer and fall semesters. All students will be considered, but freshmen and sophomore students are especially encouraged to apply. Students can find an application through the lab website:
The CAN Lab is always looking for motivated undergraduate students who are interested in gaining experience in developmental psychology and developmental cognitive neuroscience. Previous experience working with children and/or working in a lab is preferred but not required. Students must be able to commit to working in the lab 10 hrs/week. Working in a lab is a great opportunity for those students who may be interested in going to graduate school.
Questions? Contact Jeanne Heeb, Lab Manager, at

Monday, February 10, 2014

2014 Summer Camp Jobs Fair

The Indiana University School of Public Health is pleased to invite you to attend the 2014 SUMMER CAMP JOBS FAIR on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12th, 2014, in Alumni Hall (IMU). The fair will connect you with summer camp employers from various locations through the country.

Please see the attached flyer for more information.

PBS Advising Team

Chrissy Brown, Academic Advisor
Pauline Campbell, Academic Advisor
Sara M. Gibson, Academic Advisor
J. Meryl Krieger, Academic Advisor
Valerie Puiatti, Academic Advisor

Psychological and Brain Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences
Indiana University Bloomington