Diversity, Equity + Inclusion

Our Quantitative and Chemical Biology (QCB) program offers cross-disciplinary training to doctoral students from programs in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Cell, Molecular and Cancer Biology, Neuroscience, and Physics on the IU campus. Our program is founded on the principle that integration of the culture of multiple disciplines inherently strengthens the scientific enterprise and leads to solutions not found through any one discipline alone.  It is within this framework that the QCB program commits to recruit and engage young scientists from a wide range of cultures, races, ethnicities, religions, socioeconomic backgrounds, gender identifications and sexual orientations.  The QCB leadership, training faculty, and all of our trainees share a common goal of empowering scientists early in their careers to leverage their unique perspectives and life experiences to address our most pressing scientific challenges in human health and medicine.

Indiana University Resources:
The University Graduate School Disability Services
UGS Formal Leave Policies
Center for Veteran and Military Students
Assistive Technology & Accessibility Centers
Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning
Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community
Gender and Women’s Affairs
Asian Culture Center
First Nations Educational & Cultural Center
La Casa Latino Culture Center
LGBTQ+ Culture Center
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center
Bias Indicent Reporting

Other Resources:
American Chemical Society Chemists with Disabilities Committee
Coalition for Disability Access in Health Sciences and Medical Education
Monroe County Public Library AccessAbility Program