The Cognitive Evolution group is excited to announce an opening for a postdoctoral fellowship in chimpanzee cognition and behavior. This is part of an NSF-funded collaborative project on the evolution of leadership in chimpanzees, led by Dr. Alexandra Rosati at Michigan, Dr. Zarin Machanda at Tufts University, and Dr. Melissa Emery Thompson and Dr. Martin Muller at the University of New Mexico. A second postdoctoral position based with Dr. Machanda at Tufts working at the Kibale Chimpanzee Project is also open as part of this project. Both postdoctoral appointments will be for one year initially, with the possibility of renewal for up to two subsequent years dependent on performance. Please see here for more information about both positions and how to apply.